In this photo, circa 1918, the Students’ Army Training Corps march in formation by the Hall of Languages. This is one in a collection of photos from Syracuse University Archives that show WWI activity on campus. Monday, July 28, 2014  

100 Years after WWI: The Lasting Impacts of the Great War

It was called the Great War and the war to end all wars. One hundred years later, the chaos and consequences of World War I had repercussions that continue to resonate in today’s world.

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Roth - Acadia Thursday, July 24, 2014  

School's Out for Summer!

We asked for your summer vacation pictures, and received some great images that seem to say, "Wish you were here!" Keep 'em coming.

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Associate Professor Yingyi Ma is researching the experience of Chinese undergraduate students on American campuses and looking at how colleges and universities can embrace a more “two-way street” of adaptation, as institutions enroll increasing numbers of international students. Wednesday, July 23, 2014  

Sociology Professor Looks at the International Student Experience

A recent jump in the number of students from Asia enrolling in American universities has led Yingyi Ma to her latest research and a purpose in thinking about the best experience for international students.

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An artists rendition of the exterior improvements as part of the Dick Clark Studios. Monday, July 14, 2014  

Newhouse Studio and Innovation Center Dedication to Feature Remarks by Oprah Winfrey

The Newhouse School will highlight its new Newhouse Studio and Innovation Center during dedication ceremonies on Sept. 29.

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I81 Thursday, July 10, 2014  

I-81 Workgroup Presents Findings, Recommendations

Any decision on the future of I-81 will significantly impact the Syracuse University campus and the University Hill, says a report by a University I-81 workgroup charged by Chancellor Kent Syverud.

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