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flags Thursday, September 11, 2014  

Today, We Remember Those Who Lost Their Lives on 9/11.

Hendricks Chapel is open until 5 p.m. today for silent reflection.

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LiberiaFeature Wednesday, September 10, 2014  

Newhouse Professor Leads Team Developing Website to Track Ebola in Liberia

Ken Harper, associate professor and director of the Newhouse Center for Global Engagement, is working as the U.S. director of a project aimed at better tracking and mapping cases of Ebola in Liberia.

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Beckman-Scholars_Doyle-Lab-620_72 Wednesday, September 10, 2014  

Beckman Scholars Making an Impact as Undergraduate Researchers

When Jennifer Lawson’s faculty lab mentor recommended she apply for the Beckman Scholars Program, she wasn’t so sure. It was a boost to her confidence—and to her future—when she was awarded the scholarship.

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Thousands of East Germans stream through the Berlin Wall a few days after it's opening on November 9th, 1989 when the East German Government announced it would start granting exit visas to anyone who wanted to go to the West. The announcement was misinterpreted as meaning the border was completely open. East German border guards were unable to stop the rush of people which led to the complete opening of the border within days.  (Corbis Images) Wednesday, September 10, 2014  

University Launches Commemoration of 25th Anniversary of Fall of Berlin Wall

In 1989, the Berlin Wall fell. Nearly 25 years later, approximately 4,000 miles away, Syracuse University is commemorating this historic occasion with a three-month-long series of events.

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Sisters Na’eema and Jameira Harry work on rhythms under the direction of Syracuse University doctoral student Blair Smith, left, as part of the Writing Our Lives workshop held this summer at the Southside Communication Center. Wednesday, September 3, 2014  

University, South Side Initiative Help Local Youth ‘Write Their Lives’

School may not have been in session, but learning was happening at the South Side Communication Center this summer.

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A portion of the Creed for Courageous Leadership Friday, August 29, 2014  

Stand Up, Step In and Speak Out

Every day, victims of bullying, discrimination, sexual violence, drug abuse and hazing suffer alone and may not always be able to help themselves—as others stand by and do nothing. Advocates for “courageous leadership” know it doesn’t have to be that way.

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