Syracuse Views Spring 2016

Campus shot

Photo by Shibajyoti Das, graduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences

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Orange in Carrier Dome

Photo by David Sa '19

Commencement 2016 Ceremony

Students celebrate during Commencement 2016. Photo by Steve Sartori

Photo by Instagram user johnny _zhang_

Photo by Instagram user johnny _zhang_

Lyman Hall — Photo by Matt Rusch

Lyman Hall — Photo by Matt Rusch

Carnegie Library 360°

The inside of Carnegie Library, captured as a 360° photo. Photo by graduate student Vincent DeRise ’16.

Fashion Show Senior Collections 2016 Brittany Stanski — Photo by Steve Sartori

Fashion Show Senior Collections 2016 Brittany Stanski. Photo by Steve Sartori

College Place bus stop. Photo by Vihan Shah ’18.

College Place bus stop. Photo by Vihan Shah ’18

Whitman yoga

Photo by Elle Spears, staff member in the Whitman School of Management

Video by Jeff Treistman, Ph.D. candidate in the Maxwell School

Singers on Hendricks Chapel steps

The Hendricks Chapel Choir celebrates the last day of classes Tuesday with song. Photo by Steve Sartori

Student presenting research poster

A student presents her research during the undergraduate research poster session April 29 in the Life Sciences Complex. Photo by Amy Manley, staff member in the College of Arts and Sciences

Engineering students working on project

Mechanical engineering students work on their senior design project that must be able to receive a ping pong ball and then direct it to a specific location. Photo by Jonathan J. Hoster ’02, G’11, staff member in the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Otto with students

Otto participates with students in the "Stomp the Quad" event. Photo by Bryan Cereijo ’17

Flowering tree in front of building

Photo by Manxi Qin '16

Earthfest

Students and community members gathered for Earthfest on April 24 in Thornden Park, sponsored by Syracuse University’s Sustainability Division, the New York Public Interest Research Group and Students of Sustainability. Photo by Ciara Lalo

Craig Boise talks to students

Craig M. Boise, at right, dean-designate of the College of Law, was welcomed Monday at a reception at Dineen Hall. Boise will assume his new role on July 1. Photo by John Haeger

students reveal print

Students reveal a print design as part of the Streamroller Printing event on the Quad Friday. Students in the printmaking program printed impressions of large-scale, hand-carved woodblocks using an industrial steamroller. Photo by Erica Blust, staff member in the College of Visual and Performing Arts

Quad1

Photo by Jonathan Hoster '02, staff member at the College of Engineering and Computer Science

SU skyline

Photo by Kevin Morrow, staff member in Public Affairs

Yoga on the Quad

Photos by David Edelstein ’19

Sunset

Photo by Aarti Shenoy, graduate student in the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Quad

Photo by Bradley Slavin ’14

Quad

Photo by Alexa Abdalla ’16

Students discussing research

Student presenters at the 2016 ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference discuss their research and projects. The conference highlights students from each of the 15 ACC schools presenting their research and creative work. The conference, which ran April 8-10, was held for the first time at Syracuse University. Photo by Steve Sartori

Sarah Koenig

Sarah Koenig, host and co-creator of the popular podcast “Serial,” speaks about her work to an audience in Hendricks Chapel April 12 for the University Lectures series. Photo by Steve Sartori

Photo by Chris Bord

Photo by Chris Bord

Photo by Brandon Bielinski ’19

Photo by Brandon Bielinski '19

Photo by graduate student Mohit Singh

Photo by graduate student Mohit Singh

Hall of languages at Syracuse University

Photo by Chris Rhinehart

Norman Mineta at Syracuse University

Norman Mineta, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation, (second from right, seated) and Richard Lui, news anchor for MSNBC and NBC News, (at right, seated) are introduced during an event April 4 in Maxwell Auditorium in which they discussed their careers and personal challenges, as well as their experiences being underrepresented in their respective fields. The event, sponsored by Sigma Beta Rho and Kappa Phi Lambda, was part of SU AAPI Heritage Month, a celebration of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Photo by Bryan Dosono

Madeleine K. Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001), spoke about her 40-year career in international affairs Tuesday for the Tanner Lecture on Ethics, Citizenship and Public Responsibility series at Hendricks Chapel. She was joined in conversation by James B. Steinberg, dean of the Maxwell School and former Deputy U.S. Secretary of State (2009-2011). Photo by Moriah Ratner ’18

Madeleine K. Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001), spoke about her 40-year career in international affairs Tuesday for the Tanner Lecture on Ethics, Citizenship and Public Responsibility series at Hendricks Chapel. She was joined in conversation by James B. Steinberg, dean of the Maxwell School and former Deputy U.S. Secretary of State (2009-2011). Photo by Moriah Ratner ’18

Orange snowman

Even the snowwomen bleed Orange! Photo by Adam D.J. Brett, doctoral student in the College of Arts and Sciences. Snowwoman by Jackie Snow

Army and Air Force ROTC in the Carrier Dome

The color guard displays the flags during the annual Army and Air Force ROTC Chancellors Review and Awards Ceremony April 1 in the Carrier Dome. Photo by Steve Sartori

Students in Hendricks Chapel

Students fill Hendricks Chapel Wednesday, March 30, as part of the Take Back the Night rally, march and speak-out against sexual violence. The event kicked off the “It's On Us” Week of Action that continues into the following week with speakers, an open mic night, a workshop and a showing of the documentary “The Hunting Ground.” Photo provided by Hill Communications

University Place sunset

Photo by Instagram user kelseyleigh213

Carnegie

Photo by Instagram user will.zzz

Photo of statue next to tree

Photo by Helen Marie Neville, staff member in the College of Law

Otto hands out cake as part of National Orange Day March 24, the anniversary of the founding of Syracuse University. Photo by Joe Librandi-Cowan

Whitman clouds

Photo from the Instagram account of the Martin J. Whitman School of Management

Hendricks Chapel

Photo by Vincent Thomas DeRise G'16, an information management graduate student at the iSchool

Sunset on University

Photo by Natalie Landsberg ’18

Collage of tree in four seasons

Photo collage by Instagram user vikaorange

Panelists answer questions in front of students

Students and alumni gather in Beverly Hills, Calif., last week for a panel discussion and screening of the film "Sophie and the Rising Sun." The event was one of many organized for students participating in several immersion programs in Los Angeles during spring break. From left are moderator Kirstin Wilder, vice president/managing editor and international editor of Variety; Takashi Yamaguchi, lead actor in the film; Nancy Dickenson, producer; Donna Morong, casting director; Darcy Scanlin, production designer; and Amy Morrison, set decorator. Photo by Randy Shropshire/Getty Images

Maxwell School

Photo by Rasvan Popa ’93

Two students preparing a recipe

Annalisse Baker, left, and Marina Johnston, nutrition science and dietetics students in Falk College, prepare a recipe as part of the presentation “Purposeful Plant-based Eating for Cancer Survivors and Cancer Risk Reduction: A Recipe Demonstration and Tasting” on March 9. The program was developed in a course taught by Professor Tanya Horacek and held in collaboration with the Upstate University Cancer Center. The presentation took place in the college’s Nutrition Assessment, Consultation and Education Center. Photo by Steve Sartori

University community members fill up care packages to send to Syracuse University active-duty alumni in the armed forces as part of Orange Around the World. Donations of all sorts of treats and Syracuse University-themed items were accepted for the boxes, which will be shipped for National Orange Day—March 24, 2016. Photo by Steve Sartori

Two judges seated in front of law student

College of Law students make their case during the 44th Annual Mackenzie Hughes LLP Appellate Advocacy Competition, hosted by the Moot Court Honor Society. Among the presiding judges were Chancellor Kent Syverud, at left, and Theodore A. McKee L’75, Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. The competition featured 26 students in teams of two competing over several weeks. Jesse Feitel and Kevin Smith, both third-year students in the College of Law, won the competition. Photo by Steve Sartori

Hall of Languages

Photo by Cassie Dagostino ’16

Syracuse University’s new Vice Chancellor and Provost-Designate Michele G. Wheatly greets members of the University community during a welcome event Monday in the Milton Atrium of the Life Sciences Complex. Wheatly will assume her new role on May 16. Photo by Steve Sartori

Choral Ensemble

The Black Celestial Choral Ensemble performs during its third annual GospelMania! event Saturday at Hendricks Chapel. This year’s concert featured guest college gospel choirs and Grammy-nominated gospel artist Jonathan McReynolds. Photo submitted by the Black Celestial Choral Ensemble

Tolley Building

Photo by Instagram user maverick_dorothy

Students with candles

Students light candles during a vigil Friday in Hendricks Chapel in honor of those who have struggled with an eating disorder. Delta Phi Epsilon held the event as part of a weeklong series of events for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Photo submitted by Delta Phi Epsilon

Singers on stage

A student a cappella group performs during Cozy Cappella, presented by the A Cappella Council, as part of Winter Carnival 2016, Thursday night in Goldstein Auditorium. Photo by Steve Sartori

Dancer on stage

Many performers took the stage during the Spring Festival Gala Feb. 21 in Goldstein Auditorium organized by the Chinese Students and Scholars Association. Those in attendance watched various traditional dances and singing performances, along with enjoying dinner. Photo submitted by the Chinese Students and Scholars Association

yoga in the dome

Students take a break from studies Thursday evening for a session of Yoga in the Dome. More than 240 students participated in the event sponsored by Hendricks Chapel. Photo submitted by Hendricks Chapel

Chili cook-off

Students are served up a dish of some warm chili during the Chili Cook-Off event Thursday as part of Winter Carnival, coordinated by the Traditions Commission and Office of Student Activities. Photo by Keith Kobland, staff member in the Office of News Services

Hall of Languages

Photo by graduate student Jay Parikh

Hendricks1

Photo by Christy Fox ’16

Holden

Photo by Brandon Bielinski ’19

Man sitting in restaurant

Photo by graduate student Anirudh Sharma

Hinds Hall1

Photo by Manxi Qin '16

Hall of Languages

Photo by Brandon Bielinski ’19

Crouse College and Maxwell.2-17

Photo by John Western, professor of geography in the Maxwell School

Women's Building

Photo by Roxanna Carpenter, staff member in the Office of News Services

Students looking at computer image

Researchers discuss the discovery of gravitational waves with students and visitors following Thursday's press conference in Goldstein Auditorium in Schine Student Center. Syracuse University hosted an event in conjunction with the National Science Foundation to announce the research finding by the LIGO Scientific Collaboration, which includes a team of Syracuse University physicists who were instrumental in the discovery. Photo by Steve Sartori

snow on statue

Photo by Amy Sloane-Garris, staff member in Graduate Enrollment

Hall of Languages winter

Photo by Manxi Qin '16

Winter campus

Photo by Johnny Rosa '16

Otto in the snow

Photo from Otto the Orange on Instagram @theottoorange

Dog Hall of Languages

Photo by Jane Hong '16

Campus shot

Photo by Kruttika Ashtekar G'17

Campus

Photo by Sam Maller '16

Sunny day

Photo by Kayla Walker '18

Crouse Hinds view

Photo by Jaclyn Grosso, staff member in the Fast Forward Syracuse Program Management Office

Dancers perform on stage

Members of Creations Dance Company perform “Faith. Form. Fear.” during the 31st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at the Carrier Dome Sunday. Photo by Steve Sartori

Students singing

Maria Whitcomb ’16, a vocal performance major, and Jacob Goz ’18, a vocal performance major, perform during dress rehearsals for the Opera Theater’s “Die Fledermaus.” The Opera Theater in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ Rose, Jules R. and Stanford S. Setnor School of Music presents the operetta Friday, Jan. 29, and Saturday, Jan. 30, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 31, at 2 p.m. in the Rose and Jules R. Setnor Auditorium, Crouse College. Admission is free for Syracuse University students with a valid SU I.D. and tickets for the general public are $10. Photo by Michael Barletta

Visitors take in the “Big Will and Friends” exhibition during its opening reception at the Rodger Mack Gallery in the Shaffer Art Building. The exhibition is a collaboration by Syracuse Architecture Assistant Professor Jonathan Louie and College of Visual and Performing Arts Professor Stephen Zaima and runs through Feb. 18. Photo by Steve Sartori

Pad Kane.stairs

Photo by Padraic Kane ’14, graduate student in the School of Education

Sledding on the hill in front of Crouse College. Photo by Steve Sartori

Otto and students

Otto and students celebrate the kick off of the Orange SUccess initiative last week. Orange SUccess, which aligns with the University’s Academic Strategic Plan, is a web-based advising tool that offers coordinated resources to support students. Photo by Steve Sartori

Hall of Languages

Photo by Adam Brett, Ph.D. student in the College of Arts and Sciences

Brianna Rinaldo

Photo by Briana Rinaldo ’14, staff member with SU Abroad and a graduate student at the Newhouse School

Students share in the fun at the Orange Welcome Reception Sunday during Syracuse Winter Welcome 2016. Photo by Steve Sartori

Crouse College Sunset

Photo by J.D. Ross, staff member in the School of Informa
tion Studies

 

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