Earlier this week, the @SyracuseU Instagram team solicited questions from and provided answers to students related to public health guidelines on campus as we approach the beginning of the spring semester. In case you missed it, here is a round-up…
SU in the News: Thursday, April 5
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
The Huffington Post highlighted SU’s 2012 Commencement speaker as being among its “Best Prospective Commencement Speakers In 2012.” On Sunday, May 13, award-winning screenwriter, producer, and playwright Aaron Sorkin ’83 will deliver the 2012 Commencement address.
The Post-Standard featured the week-long residency with the Diavolo Dance Theater, an internationally renowned modern acrobatic dance company, April 9-13 at the Landmark Theatre in downtown Syracuse. The residency is sponsored by ArtsEngage, Syracuse University’s Office of the Arts Presenter.
The Syracuse New Times highlighted the artwork by students in SU’s public spaces design course that now adorns the window space of the New Times office building.
The Post-Standard reported on the Partnership for Better Education’s “I’m Going to College” event for local middle school students.
The Post-Standard highlighted the artist talk by William Wegman at the Everson on April 10. The Urban Video Project, Light Work and the Everson Museum of Art currently presenting the video “Flo Flow” (2011) by Wegman. It is the world premiere of the video, which was created specifically for UVP.
The Post-Standard highlighted SU’s sneak peek screening of the new HBO series “Veep.”
Roy Gutterman, director of Newhouse’s Tully Center for Free Speech, comments in the Huffington Post on Arizona House Bill 2549.
Health Care Finance News quotes Thomas Dennison, professor of practice in public administration in the Maxwell School, on the need for hospitals to improve integrated health care.
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