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Soulful Sharing


Newhouse student Sean Martinelli '15 hosts Soulful Sit-Downs, a weekly conversation series that brings together students interested in reflecting on questions related to living a meaningful life.

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35 Seconds to 2018

The process of lining up more than 3,000 students for this class photo took about 20 minutes, but we've boiled it down to just 35 seconds of frenzied fun.

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Veterans Invited to Series at Humanities Center


In a unique collaboration, the New York Council for the Humanities has joined forces with Central New York Humanities Corridor to offer Serving: Standing Down, a veterans’ reading and discussion series that will run this fall at the Syracuse University Humanities Center.

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Committed to Inclusion and Accessibility


Syracuse University values diversity, is committed to inclusion and seeks to provide access for all people, including those with disabilities. Visit Accessible SU for the latest information on disability and accessibility at SU.

Biochemistry Major Shares ESL Experience with New Immigrants

Totadri Dhimal ’15 emigrated from Nepal, and is now helping youngsters learn the English language. Read more.

Dineen Hall Opening Celebration Set for Sept. 12

The opening celebration ceremony will bring together the campus community, the Dineen family, distinguished guests, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the legal community. Read more.

UVP, Light Work Announce Urban Cinematheque 2014

The wildly successful end-of-summer event pairs a free outdoor film with an arts and cultural fair. Read more.

‘Margaret Bourke-White: Moments In History’ On View

More than 180 images of the famed photographer’s work is exhibited in the Shaffer Art Building through October 19. Read more.

 Movin' On Up to the SU Hill

The Syracuse University campus comes alive with thousands of new and returning students flocking to the Hill for the start of the 2014 fall semester.

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Biology Professor Jason Wiles Awarded NSF EAGER Grant

The United States is facing mounting pressure to re-establish the nation’s pre-eminence in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields. Responding to that call to action is Jason Wiles, associate professor of biology in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Chancellor Kent Syverud


Syracuse University's 12th Chancellor, Kent Syverud, shares his thoughts with the SU community in his "Bleeding Orange" blog. 

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Inauguration Day 2014

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