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Traditions Committee Hosts Free Student Events in Celebration of Orange Central
There are only a few days left before Syracuse University’s annual Orange Central festivities kick off on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Orange Central serves as the official homecoming and class reunion programming for the University. Each year, there are a number of activities and events hosted campus-wide to welcome alumni home and celebrate the pride of Orange Nation.
Free student events such as Slice of Orange Days, Trivia Night and Tie Dye Night are hosted by the Traditions Committee, led by Samantha Walters ’20. As president of the Traditions Committee, Walters is responsible for assisting with the organization and management of a student team that sponsors undergraduate events throughout the week leading up to Orange Central.
“I am most excited for the sold-out football game against Clemson on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Dome. I think it’s going to be such a good game,” says Walters. “Plus, it will be the grand finale after a week’s worth of activities, events and yummy food.”
Explore the complete list of Orange Central week activities to see more opportunities for fun. For additional information or questions, please contact Matt Shaler, program coordinator for the Office of Student Activities, at email@example.com or by calling 315.443.2718.
Story by Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience communications intern Abigail J. Covington ’19 G ’20.