Keely.feature Friday, July 22, 2016  

Newhouse Students Focus on Millennial Perspective at Party Conventions

Recent Newhouse graduates are capturing the politics, personalities and controversies at the Republican and Democratic conventions through a partnership with the Newhouse School and Skype in Media.

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Interns1 Tuesday, July 19, 2016  

Baseball Hall of Fame Interns Experience Historic Halls of America’s Pastime

In the storied exhibition spaces of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, two Syracuse University students are helping share the history of America’s beloved summer sport.

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tuskesfeature Tuesday, July 19, 2016  

'Cuse Cast for July 2016

Marlee Tuskes reports from the Quad, with updates on summertime construction and new faces around campus.

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Lincoln Statue Moved From Pedistel to Lawn Outside Maxwell Exterior Summer Monday, July 18, 2016  

Iconic Lincoln Statue on Campus Gets an Upgrade

Abraham Lincoln has watched over the Maxwell School courtyard for nearly half a century. To ensure permanence for this iconic bronze statue’s resting place, the base is getting an upgrade with long-lasting natural stone.

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Mongolia.summer snaps.2 Monday, July 18, 2016  

Summer Snaps 2016

What are you doing on your summer vacation? See how members of the University community are having fun as the summer kicks into gear.

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Danny Heumann Friday, July 8, 2016  

Alumnus Consults on Accessibility for Promenade, Dome and Arch Projects

While a student at Syracuse in the late 1980s, Danny Heumann ’91 quickly discovered the challenges of being on a campus in a wheelchair. Today, he's back on campus as a consultant and advocate for increasing accessibility.

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