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SU in the News: Wednesday, February 8
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
Psych Central reported on the multi-institutional research by Danielle Arigo, graduate student in The College of Arts and Sciences, that looks at the psychological impact of individuals comparing themselves to others with the same health problem.
The Huffington Post reported on the Arts and Sciences research on the evolution of female diving beetles as it relates to reproduction.
Watertown’s CW50 reported on fans attending tonight’s men’s basketball game being encouraged to bring a donation of canned goods as part of Syracuse University’s “Can It! Rivals on the Court: Teammates in the Fight Against Hunger” initiative.
Marilyn Higgins, SU vice president for community engagement and economic development, is mentioned in the Post-Standard for her role in the upcoming Sunday episode of the PBS series “Designing Healthy Communities.”
YNN, CNY Central and WRVO reported on the forum at Hendricks Chapel held yesterday evening to foster discussion on child sexual abuse.
Both Slate and the Palm Beach Post published an op-ed by Terry Turnipseed, associate professor at the College of Law, on the Florida case of millionaire John Goodman adopting his girlfriend for purposes of estate planning.
A Washington Post “On Faith” column by Menachem Z. Rosensaft, distinguished visiting lecturer at Syracuse University College of Law, looks at the accountability in the Holocaust Torah scrolls’ scam.
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