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Syracuse University students excavating at Tubman’s brick residence.  The excavation identified ash deposit associated with the 1880 house fire. Tuesday, December 16, 2014  

Faculty, Students Play Role in Creation of Harriet Tubman National Park

For more than a decade, Anthropology Professor Douglas Armstrong and his students have worked with the Harriet Tubman Home Inc. to study the archeology and history of Tubman’s residence, farm and the Home for the Aged.

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Capture4 Thursday, December 11, 2014  

Q&A: Baked Magazine Editors Share the Joy of Cooking

Magazine journalism students Gabriela Riccardi ’15 and Teresa Sabga ’15 have a joy for cooking. They may not have decades in the kitchen, but they have many years of traditions bound by large families, recipes handed down by skilled home cooks and sneaking bites in the kitchen.

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Provost-grayFrame-620_72 Friday, December 5, 2014  

Vice Chancellor and Provost Eric Spina Announces Plans to Conclude Tenure

Dean Liz Liddy will serve as Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost.

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Matt Ter Molen will assume his new role on Feb. 1, 2015 Thursday, December 4, 2014  

University Appoints Matt Ter Molen Chief Advancement Officer

Ter Molen, who will report to Chancellor Syverud, will assume his new role at the University on Feb. 1, 2015.

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Cuse3 Wednesday, December 3, 2014  

Power In Numbers Reaches out to Those on the Streets

After volunteering during last spring’s Alternative Spring Break in Washington, D.C., a group of students wanted to do something equally rewarding in the local community. They formed Power In Numbers to bring together students and opportunities to help fight hunger and homelessness.

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