The Triduum—also known as the Holy Triduum, Paschal Triduum, or The Three Great Days—is the period of three days that begins on the evening of Maundy Thursday and closes on the evening of Easter Sunday. The Triduum recalls the passion,…
SU in the News: Tuesday, May 10
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
Gulf News (U.A.E.) reported on the upcoming joint exhibition, “Reconnecting East and West: Islamic Ornament in 19th-Century Works from the Dahesh Museum of Art and Syracuse University” in June in Dubai.
SU is mentioned in a brief Orlando Sentinel feature on tips from the Healthy Monday campaign.
An Auburn Citizen story features two area finalists in the Young Playwrights Festival at Syracuse Stage.
The Post-Standard noted participation by Tony Callisto, chief and director of the SU Department of Public Safety, in its story on the annual ceremony honoring officers killed in the line of duty.
Len Burman, Daniel Patrick Moynihan Professor of Public Affairs in the Maxwell School, has launched The Impertinent Economist, a new blog in Forbes, writing on the federal debt ceiling in an early post.
Robert Thompson, director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, is quoted in an Atlanta Journal Constitution story on the Peabody awards in television programming.
Christopher Sedore, vice president for information technology and chief information officer at SU, is quoted in a ComputerWorld article on data centers and alternative power sources.
Kimberly Boynton, an iMBA student in the Whitman School of Management and chief financial officer of Crouse Hospital in Syracuse, was recently featured in the May 2011 issue of Today’s CNY Woman for her role in bringing the hospital back from bankruptcy.
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