The Connective Corridor was featured at Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, held Nov. 20-22 in Philadelphia, as a civic engagement model for sustainable initiatives. The conference, presented by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), convenes the world’s largest gathering of the green building movement. It was attended by more than 30,000 ...
They share a love of horses and horseback riding and a spirit to share that passion with others. The members of the SU English Equestrian Club compete in eight shows a year and also do volunteer work, acquainting young people with horses and assisting on a farm of rescued animals.
A biologist in The College of Arts and Sciences has developed a system of techniques for tracking ships and monitoring underwater noise levels in a protected marine mammal habitat.
“Holidays at Hendricks,” the annual Syracuse University holiday concert featuring the Hendricks Chapel Choir, the Syracuse University Brass Ensemble (SUBE) and University Organist Kola Owolabi, will fill Hendricks Chapel with the sound of music on Sunday, Dec. 8.
It was sunny that day in June of 1957 when John F. Kennedy came to Syracuse University. He was the junior senator from Massachusetts, but he was already eying the presidency, and already testing the rhetoric—a call to public service, an appeal to young people—that would later mark his administration.
Kevin Gendron ’17 has given a voice to the most vulnerable of victims in society—as part of a project that doesn’t say a word.
Scientists expect Central New York’s climate to more closely resemble that of South Carolina by the end of this century, and ecologists have long warned that our local forests of sugar maple and basswood may gradually change to the drier oak-hickory forests of the U.S. South and Midwest.