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The Class of 2020 celebrated their hard work and achievements Sunday with family members and loved ones in homes around the world. In a special virtual video event, Chancellor Kent Syverud conferred more than 3,800 undergraduate and 2,800 graduate and…
Syracuse University Libraries recognized their student employees with a virtual celebration on May 6. Annually, the Libraries employs over 150 students, both customer-facing and behind the-scenes, who help keep the Libraries running. Each year supervisors are asked to nominate student…
Next year, Emma Ettinger ’17 plans to work on a master’s degree in Shakespeare and creativity in the United Kingdom. Gwendolyn Burke ’20 plans to teach English and American culture to students in Vietnam. Leah Garlock ’16 hopes to encourage…
During this period of remote learning, the Syracuse University Health Hub has gone virtual to help students stay aware of various health issues. An interactive outreach program designed to promote wellness and encourage a healthy campus community, the Health Hub…
ECS Students Team Up With Public Health and Anthropology Faculty to Develop COVID-19 Symptom Tracking App
As hospitals and the health care system work to handle the influx of COVID-19 cases, many people who are diagnosed with the virus are advised to quarantine at home and monitor their own symptoms. Health care professionals check in with…
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….
A critical point of construction in Syracuse University’s stadium renovation was reached yesterday as the final steel structural beam was placed in support of the venue’s new fixed roof, completing the sequence of the crown-truss that provides the stadium with…
Together we have overcome many challenges as a University—and together we will remain strong. Dino Babers, head football coach; Quentin Hillsman, head women’s basketball coach; and Jim Boeheim, head men’s basketball coach, offer a message of unity and education about…
Each year, to commemorate Syracuse University’s founding on March 24, 1870, our University community comes together to honor the milestone through participation in community service projects and displays of school spirit around the globe. This year, National Orange Day falls…
The skyline over Syracuse University is markedly different today, symbolic of the transformation and evolution of the campus. The iconic air-inflated roof over the Dome was deflated, making way for a fixed roof, part of the University’s $118 million, multi-year…
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