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Men of Color Initiative: A Brotherhood That Lifts Up, Supports Its Members

Tuesday, February 20, 2024, By John Boccacino
“Each One, Teach One.” This powerful African proverb emphasizes how, after someone learns to read or write, they have an obligation and a responsibility to pass that knowledge on to someone else, thus spreading wisdom and education throughout their city...

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Vlad Dima

Professor and Chair of the Department of African American Studies

    Ellyn Riley

    Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

      Danielle Smith

      Director of the Renée Crown University Honors Program, Professor of African American Studies

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        Arts & Culture

        College of Visual and Performing Arts Announces 2024 VPA Scholars

        Sunday, February 18, 2024, By Erica Blust

        Twelve seniors in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) have been named VPA Scholars, the college’s highest undergraduate academic honor. The VPA Scholars program was established to recognize the achievements of the college’s top seniors. Students are selected…

        Campus & Community

        Falk Students Honored for Research Achievement

        Thursday, February 15, 2024, By Valerie Pietra

        Falk College boasts a robust, collaborative research community in which students play an active role. At Falk, graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to work directly with faculty to collect data, analyze findings and draw conclusions on relevant topics…

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        Through March 3
        In honor of Black History Month, Syracuse University’s Multicultural Affairs, within the Student Experience Division, will host a series of events in the month of February in collaboration with campus departments and student organizations. Black History Month honors the rich traditions of the African Diaspora through programming. The unique contributions and dynamic histories of people of African descent will enliven the Black cultural aesthetic via programming, dialogue and cuisine.
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