Syracuse University News
Creativity and Innovation of Syracuse University Professors to be Showcased at ACCelerate Festival April 5-7 in Washington, D.C.
Food Services Earns Nut-Free Certification, Continues to Make Dining Safer for Those with Food Allergies
Campus & CommunityHendricks Chapel Invites Campus Community to Dinner Discussion on Spirituality, Loss And Grief
STEMNext Smart Cities Seminar to Focus on Citizen Science
Campus & CommunityBuilding Personal Connections to Help Students ‘Get to a Good Place Academically, Socially and Emotionally’
Arts & CultureLight Work Presents ‘Robert Benjamin: River Walking’
Campus & CommunityJaclyn Hingre, Founder of HALO, Selected for National Competition
Syracuse University is seeking student nominations for the newly developed Student of Color Advisory Committee that will collaborate with the Department of Public Safety (DPS) to provide feedback on important matters such as safety, late-night transportation and DPS intervention, among…
Syracuse Florence students were given a warm reception to their new home city as part of the Student Welcome Day event in the famed historic Salone dei Cinquecento (Hall of the 500) at the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence last month….
Last fall, Peter Denton received an email from the Department of Veterans Affairs with a memo outlining that severance payments he received from the Department of Defense were improperly taxed, and that he may be eligible for a return. This…
The peer education teams within the Office of Health Promotion (OHP) are accepting applications for 2019-20 peer educator positions. All students are encouraged to apply, especially those with a passion for health and wellness. The deadline to apply is March…
Zach Lang ’19 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast from the studios of Citrus TV, with details on how our fashion design students are doing their part for the American Heart Association, along with a “sweet” naming contest held on campus…
Erron Franklin G’19 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast, with details on the University’s Black History Month celebration and this year’s Winter Carnival.
Sara Rizzo ’20 has this week’s ’Cuse Cast from the Shaw Quad, with details on the Lender Center for Social Justice Fellowship application and changes at a favorite campus coffee shop.
Sean Dorcellus ’21 has this week’s ’Cuse Cast from Hendricks Chapel, with details on Career Services Week on campus and the start of Black History Month.
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