Approximately 5,500 teal and orange plastic cups were used to represent the potential numbers of victims/survivors of sexual assault on the SU campus and the family/friends of those survivors.
Sarah Valenzuela '16 anchors this week's 'Cuse Cast from Shaw Hall, with details on the 100th anniversary of ROTC and NEXIS Lab students showing off their final projects.
Enjoy the view from Syracuse University. We’re combing social media for great photos of our campus and featuring your snapshots that highlight all aspects of life at our University.
Ozan Atalan and Jeremy Santiago-Horseman were among 87 young artists and artistic duos selected from more than 2,000 applications from more than 80 countries.
After the attacks on Paris last Nov. 13, Andrew Kimmel ’08 made a life-changing decision. He would quit his job as a successful television producer and devote his full attention—and finances—to “Stories of Syria,” a project he conceived after a 2014 visit to a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan.
Sophomore Julia Haber launched the POP^ Shop in Marshall Square Mall for student entrepreneurs and the student organization, Vision, for entrepreneurs and those who would ...
The College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) was listed as a “School on the Move” in Variety’s April 26 issue, which includes a feature ...
The University has formally begun the process of conducting an institutional assessment and self-study required every 10 years in order to retain its accreditation by ...
Students are encouraged to voice their opinions on proposals regarding the proposed University Place Promenade, new options for seating in community spaces on campus and ...
One hundred and thirty seniors in the Renée Crown University Honors Program will present their Capstone projects on Wednesday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to ... more
The Department of Drama concludes its 2015-2016 season with David Ives’ new version of French playwright Georges Feydeau’s bedroom farce "A Flea in Her Ear." ... more
This week both houses of the U.S. Congress introduced a bill to reauthorize the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Act, which expires in 2017, ... more
Syracuse University is experiencing increasing ransomware attacks, in which criminals send email to disseminate malware that encrypts and locks down computers, and then demand the ... more
The world of publishing has drastically changed in the last decade due to emerging technology, new publishing sources, social media and the hyper connectedness of ... more
Snigdha Chatterjee ’17 has received two prestigious awards from the American Society of Plant Biology (ASPB). She was awarded both a travel grant and a ... more
The School of Art in the College of Visual and Performing Arts will present its annual exhibition of work by bachelor of fine arts (B.F.A.) ... more
All Syracuse grads are part of an extended alumni family, but certain members are actually related. Take Rick ‘86 and Ryan Oddo ’18 for example. ... more
A professor in the College of Arts and Sciences is being recognized by the State University of New York (SUNY) for his contributions to medical ... more
The Syracuse University Singers, the most select choral ensemble at the University, will present a concert on Saturday, April 30, at 8 p.m. in the ... more
The annual Mayfest and Block Party events are scheduled for Friday, April 29. Mayfest This student-only event will take place from 1 to 6 p.m. ... more
At a recent career fair in his hometown of Troy, N.Y., Tom Nardacci '96, advised high school students considering a media career to pursue a ... more
A key to more effective strategies for improving health and healthcare, in particular for underserved individuals and communities, lies in educating current and future health ... more
Newhouse School alumna Meg LeFauve ’87 has made several contributions to the film industry in the past year. In addition to co-writing the Oscar-winning film ... more
The annual "Ten Tons of Love" charity drive will begin on Wednesday, April 27, and continue through Thursday, May 12. The drive, which collected more ... more
School of Information Studies (iSchool) Associate Professor Jennifer Stromer-Galley presented her "Illuminating 2016" project recently at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at the Columbia School of ... more
On Wednesday, May 4, Falk College and its Department of Sport Management will host “Sport for Life,” a multimedia symposium examining the positive benefits of ... more
Maria Maisto of the New Faculty Majority and the NFM Foundation will give a talk titled “Strategies for Combating the Casualization of Academic Labor” at ... more