Syracuse University Press has released the two inaugural volumes in its new Critical Arab American Studies series. This groundbreaking series features innovative scholarship and cutting-edge theoretical work that extends the study of Arab Americans beyond Orientalist and Islamophobic paradigms. The…
SU in the News: Thursday, March 22
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
The Boston Herald highlighted the Orange spirit in Boston as the men’s basketball team prepares to meet Wisconsin tonight in the NCAA tournament. Chuck Merrihew, vice president of Institutional Advancement, is quoted.
RcPG News reported on the research by a team of scientists led by Arts & Sciences geochemist Zunli Lu, which uses rare mineral to correlate past climate events in Europe and Antarctica.
The second annual Spring Greening Conference, hosted by the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems on Tuesday, was featured in the Post-Standard.
“Time, Again Time,” a mixed-media installation at Point of Contact Gallery, was featured in the Post-Standard.
A Post-Standard editorial urged the Syracuse Common Council to reconsider the tax proposal for new construction on University Avenue that would house the Syracuse University Bookstore, a fitness center and retail shops.
The Post-Standard previewed the Fabolous and Cassidy show at SU this Friday for a “Save The Horn” Somalia benefit put on by the Theta Xi Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Nominations for the Syracuse Area Live Theater (SALT) awards include several Syracuse Stage productions.
Eric Kingson, professor in the School of Social Work in the Falk College, is quoted in a LA Times op-ed on the impact of the suspension of annual Social Security statements to about 150 million Americans.
Syracuse iSchool Professor R. David Lankes was quoted in Forbes on the new iPad design and features.
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