Syracuse University News
STEMMechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Awarded Fulbright Assignment in Colombia
Arts & CultureMusic for People Workshop Being Held Oct. 26
Campus & CommunityStudent Communications Advisory Committee Begins Second Year of Advising Division of Marketing and Communications
Campus & CommunityOctober Is Dating Violence Awareness Month
STEMPhysics Department Earns Honors; Embodies Syracuse University’s Research Prowess
Syracuse University student veterans recently participated in a two-day career exploration trip to New York City, arranged by the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs (OVMA) Veteran Career Services team. Designed to introduce student veterans to potential employers, the trip included…
A highlighted event among the many Orange Central traditions is the Homecoming Court. Annually, the Homecoming Court is composed of seniors who represent Orange spirit in their academic, co-curricular and community involvement. Voting for Homecoming king and queen is now…
CitrusTV’s Ricky Sayer ’21 has this week’s ’Cuse Cast from the Orange Grove, with details about Mental Health Awareness Week on campus.
Mechanical engineering student Russell Fearon ’20 is one of nine national finalists for the EmPOWERED to Serve Business Accelerator and will present his work on Oct. 17 at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C….
Brandon Ross ’20 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast with details on why you’ll be seeing the color purple on campus this week, and a chance to spend some time in the Adirondack Mountains.
Nicole Weaving ’20 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast from the studios of Citrus TV, with details on a recent job fair on campus and the Human Rights Film Festival.
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