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Enzyme Excitement!


What excites chemistry doctoral student Joseph Darling? Enzymes! Darling's enzyme research may one day lead to a treatment for the genetic disorder that causes insatiable appetite and obesity, and may reveal a connection to diabetes.

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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.

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.

Students Meld Creativity, Community Needs in Field House Redesign

The new Skiddy Park field house design is set to be implemented by the City of Syracuse Parks Department in 2015. Read more.

Newhouse Studio and Innovation Center Dedication Set For Monday, Sept. 29

The day’s events will include remarks by special guest Oprah Winfrey. Read more.

"Monday Mile" Taking Steps Towards Better Health

The Lerner Center at Syracuse University's Maxwell School is partnering with St. Joseph's Hospital to help improve the health of Central New Yorkers one step at a time.

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College of Arts and Sciences Launches Minor in Arabic

In response to the growing interest in understanding Arab contemporary society, the College of Arts and Sciences has launched a minor degree program in Arabic. The 20-credit-hour program prepares students to read, write and communicate orally in Arabic at a functional level in an international setting. It also trains them to recognize and respond to cultural patterns of Arabic-speaking peoples.

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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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