Foundations, a student development series that started last year, assists students in building the foundation for essential life skills, including leadership, career development, financial wellness, community involvement, healthy relationships, self-care and physical health and nutrition. Each semester, undergraduate students who…
A New Era Begins for SU News
The delivery and consumption of news has changed dramatically in the past decade. From telling a story in 140 characters or less on Twitter to sharing photos that disappear within seconds on Snapchat,
the way we share and receive content is unlike anything before.
After talking with many of you and taking into account the changing media landscape, we in the Office of News Services have launched a redesigned SU News website and SU Today e-newsletter. The new website and newsletter will offer dynamic content showcasing the depth and breadth of Syracuse University, with stories devoted to the people, events, research and scholarship impacting our community.
The accessible and mobile-friendly news.syr.edu website will make it easy for you to navigate and find faculty and student news, campus announcements and featured media coverage. It also will serve as the front door for local, national and international media interested in exploring and covering Syracuse University news, expertise and commentary.
The SU Today newsletter will continue delivering a curated summary of Syracuse University news to your Inbox each weekday during the academic year.
We are excited to introduce you to the new home of Syracuse University news. Syracuse is a large, global community, with many diverse stories to tell. We encourage you to take a moment to read some of our stories here—a testament to the transformative power of the Syracuse University experience—and don’t forget to send us a few ideas of your own. You are an integral part of our success.
To submit your news tip, email SUNews@syr.edu. We welcome your feedback, and look forward to telling your story.
The Office of News Services