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Remembrance Scholar William Fletcher speaks about Syracuse University student Stephen Boland during the Rose-Laying Ceremony in 2013. Thursday, October 16, 2014  

Scholars Announce Activities for 2014 Remembrance Week

The weeklong series of events honors the 270 people, including 35 students studying abroad through Syracuse University, who lost their lives in the terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on Dec. 21, 1988.

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A foraminifera fossil Wednesday, October 15, 2014  

Microfossils Reveal Warm Oceans Had Less Oxygen, Syracuse Geologists Say

Researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences are pairing chemical analyses with micropaleontology—the study of tiny fossilized organisms—to better understand how global marine life was affected by a rapid warming event more than 55 million years ago.

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Walking-620_72 Wednesday, October 15, 2014  

Students Hope to Spark Young People’s Interest in College

Theodros Belay ’16 and teams of students spread out across the South Side of Syracuse to encourage young people to think about the possibility of higher education. A Walk for Education took a few hours on Sunday but Belay hopes their footsteps will reverberate for much longer.

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Late night programs and events for Syracuse University students come together courtesy of Orange After Dark. Monday, October 13, 2014  

Orange After Dark: Something to Do When ‘There’s Nothing to Do’

When Robin Berkowitz-Smith was an undergraduate at Syracuse University, she remembers hearing students say, “There’s nothing to do.” Almost 30 years later Berkowitz-Smith, now associate director of residence life at SU, still hears the same refrain.

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tuna Monday, October 13, 2014  

Green’s Research Helps Navy Design Vessels That Swim

Of all the features that affect fish movement, the flapping of the tail, or caudal fin, is one of the most important. This is where Melissa Green and her research team come in.

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parade Tuesday, September 30, 2014  

Two Time Tony Award-Winning Musical 'Parade' Starts SU Drama’s Season

Daring, innovative, and bold, "Parade" won two well-earned Tony Awards in 2000. The tragic, true story of Leo Frank, a Jewish man wrongly accused of murder in 1913 Georgia, serves as the basis for a tender love story.

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