Over the course of the weekend of April 4-6, teams of Syracuse Architecture students, led by faculty members, worked together to develop a performative installation within a nine-square space frame in the atrium of Slocum Hall.
John Wallace had always had a general knowledge about the life of Harriet Tubman. But it was a course he took on his return to Syracuse University to finish his degree that made him see something much deeper about the courageous woman who led several hundred slaves to freedom.
In the St. Lawrence River watershed, the recovery of the Blanding’s turtle and the golden-winged warbler is an important indicator for researchers assessing the viability of public-private partnerships to restore wetlands. Their work is providing answers to ensure conservation efforts in this region—and possibly beyond.
It turns out that blacks don’t use alcohol that much compared to other groups. Previous research shows that they start drinking later, and then don’t drink as much as whites, for example.
The inauguration of Kent Syverud as the 12th Chancellor and President was a reflection of the University’s past, an examination of where it must go and a celebration of community and its greatest asset—its students.