John Wallace speaks to youngsters at the Saratoga Rec Center during a basketball camp. He often reaches out to inspire young people. Friday, April 18, 2014  

Former Student-Athletes Supported in Return to Academic Life

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. The ...

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The golden-winged warbler and the Blanding’s turtle can thrive in the shallow waters and adjacent dense vegetation typical of swampy marshes in restored wetlands. Thursday, April 17, 2014  

The Impacts of a Wetland Restored

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.

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Graduate student Jessica Desalu is working on a research project with Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology Aesoon Park that aims to provide some information about alcohol use among black college students. Tuesday, April 15, 2014  

Grad Student Aims to Find Research Answers on Alcohol for African Americans

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.

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Kent Syverud's inauguration as Syracuse University's 12th Chancellor and President captured all the grandeur of this historic event. Monday, April 14, 2014  

Into a New Era: Syracuse University Inaugurates 12th Chancellor and President Kent Syverud

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.

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“Fashion Without Limits” promotes the creation of size 12+ designs in the junior year through a special competition. Thursday, April 10, 2014  

VPA, Emme ’85 Launch ‘Fashion Without Limits’ Design Initiative

The fashion design program in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) has joined with iconic supermodel and entrepreneur Emme ’85 to launch “Fashion Without Limits,” a design initiative that promotes the creation of size 12+ designs in the junior year through a special competition.

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