A pink glow illuminates the inside of this model of the LHC beam pipe, which is used to train engineers and technicians. ( Photo by Guillaume Jeanneret/CERN) Wednesday, November 19, 2014  

Physicist Helps Discover Subatomic Particles

A physicist in the College of Arts and Sciences is the lead contributor to the discovery of two never-before-seen baryonic particles. The finding, which is the subject of a forthcoming article in Physical Review Letters, is expected to have a major impact on the study of quark dynamics.

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mckinleyfeature Wednesday, November 19, 2014  

Geologists Shed Light on Formation of Alaska Range

Geologists in the College of Arts and Sciences have recently figured out what has caused the Alaska Range to form the way it has and why the range boasts such an enigmatic topographic signature.

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Stubbed Out Cigarette Tuesday, November 18, 2014  

Great American Smokeout Activities Planned on Campus Thursday

Syracuse University will mark the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout on Thursday with a series of activities aimed at inspiring smokers to quit.

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273219scr_4c1d6293adc57ca Monday, November 17, 2014  

Students Establish Art Bench to Connect Communities

On the edge of campus, the Syracuse University campus and the east University neighborhood meet up at Comstock and Euclid avenues. Bikers, drivers and pedestrians move quickly through this bustling intersection every day. Now they have a reason to linger.

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Students at the sit-in in Crouse-Hinds Hall Wednesday, November 12, 2014  

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers About the Student Protest

How is the University responding to THE General Body’s sit-in activity at Crouse-Hinds Hall?

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