Syracuse University News
Campus & CommunityRaynor Avenue, Stadium Place Intersection to Temporarily Close for Utility Work
VeteransSyracuseServes Partnering with City of Syracuse, Local Community to Support Syracuse Veterans and Military Families
Media, Law & PolicyFour Maxwell Students Named as Boren Fellows
Campus & CommunityStudent Employment Goes Digital With New Time Clock Tool
STEMNovel CBD Research Earns Psychology Ph.D. Candidate Prestigious Dissertation Award
Ramadan falls on the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is an important time of reflection and empathy for observant Muslims. This year, Ramadan lasted from April 12 through May 12, and for the first time in almost 15…
When Nidaa Aljabbarin ’22 stepped into her first Narratio Fellowship workshop at the North Side Learning Center in Syracuse in 2019, she never imagined that it would lead to her becoming a published poet with her work being read by…
Active Duty Student Joshua Reid Says Discipline Was Key While Balancing Duties and Completing His Degree
For Joshua Reid, an active duty soldier now stationed in Japan, his training gave him the tools he needed to “continue the climb” while finishing his degree through University College at Syracuse University. “As a 10th Mountain Division soldier, the…
Jake Kahane ’21, an economics student in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and multi-program Syracuse Abroad alumnus, has recently been published in the Academy of Economics and Finance Journal. The…
Christa Kelleher remembers having a love for drawing and art when she was a kid. As a college student, she began to fold science and engineering into her area of focus, intertwining her creative and experimental interests. Today as a…
Welcome back to Syracuse University and to our first day of the fall semester! I give thanks that we are again at the start of a new academic year. I know how hard so many people have worked to make…
In a small ceremony on the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 26, the flags in front of the National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello building were permanently raised by individual Syracuse University students, alumni and staff….
Co-authors Scott Pitoniak and Rick Burton discuss the creation of Forever Orange, The Story of Syracuse University.
Spring is a season of new life. Of renewal. Of sunshine. It’s when the wonders of nature emerge from their winter slumber. And we emerge, too. We see these sights, and they bring us joy. And they make us smile….
Featured Media Coverage
The Wall Street Journal“Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Ratings: Oprah Interview Draws 17.1 Million Viewers.”
Syracuse.com“Covid still a threat in CNY, but as one expert says: ‘The worst is behind us.'”
CBS News“Why did COVID-19 become partisan?”
USA Today“‘WandaVision’s’ grieving Elizabeth Olsen gave a world in a pandemic exactly what it needed”
CNY Central“Blurring the lines of journalistic ethics.”