Stephen Barton ’12 came back to campus Friday to tell incoming students about their new family. “Today, you officially enter into this amazing, inspiring Orange family that stretches all across this city, the country and even the world.”
The Palitz Gallery at Syracuse University's Lubin House in New York City is celebrating the career and life of Karl Schrag, American painter and printmaker. "Karl Schrag: Memories and Premonitions" is one of the first examinations of the artist's work since his death in 1995.
In a brightly decorated classroom lined with children’s artwork and brimming with the playful noise and energy of a bunch of 4- and 5-year-olds, Totadri Dhimal ’15 encourages talking. The more the better, and he is an active participant as a Literacy Corps tutor.
The College of Law is celebrating the opening of Dineen Hall on Friday, Sept. 12, with a series of events to engage students, faculty, alumni, friends and the legal community.
The Syracuse University Art Galleries, in collaboration with the SU Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center, will present "Margaret Bourke-White: Moments in History 1930-1945," an exhibition of vintage photographs taken in the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Germany, England and Italy in the 1930s and '40s.
The Near West Side of Syracuse became a familiar haunt for a team of architecture, engineering and industrial design students last spring. They were there to absorb the neighborhood’s environs and imagine what a renovation of the current Skiddy Park field house might look like.
The Syracuse University Singers will embark on its first international tour next summer thanks to a generous gift from an anonymous donor. The choir will ...
All the excitement, fun and cheers for the Class of 2018 are briefly captured in this round up of photos from Syracuse Welcome 2014.
Students returning to campus are learning more about comprehensive services for those affected by sexual assault and relationship violence.
Good morning. Thank you, Professor Andersen, for that introduction. A little over two years ago, I stood on this platform, at this podium, in these ...
The Office of Sustainability Initiatives will offer two unique, one-credit sustainability workshops to students in the fall 2014 semester. These hands-on workshops are open to ... more
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 ... more
The Office of Student Activities, within the Division of Student Affairs, will host the 2014 Student Involvement Fair on the Quad on Wednesday, Sept. 10, ... more
Orientation leaders are among the many friendly faces who welcome new students to Syracuse University. They are a ready resource and a guide to all ... more
Renowned Catholic writer Ron Hansen will deliver this year’s Joseph and Amelia Borgognoni Lecture in Catholic Theology and Religion in Society at Syracuse University. Hansen ... more
Good morning. A lot of speeches today, mine will be brief. On behalf of my colleagues on the faculty and staff, I welcome you all ... more
The Executive Education Program at the Maxwell School has welcomed 10 2014-2015 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows, who are embarking on a year of academic study, ... more
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics (LLL) in the College of Arts and Sciences is sponsoring a lecture by one of its most celebrated ... more
Syracuse University Vice Chancellor and Provost Eric F. Spina today named Chilukuri K. Mohan interim dean-designate of the College of Engineering and Computer Science. A ... more
Syracuse University has been named one of the 50 top LGBT-friendly colleges and universities, according to Campus Pride. Syracuse was cited for its LGBT Resource ... more
Light Work has announced the 40th annual “Light Work Grants” exhibition, featuring the work of the 2014 Light Work Grant recipients: Trevor Clement, Sebastien Collett ... more
Amid all the construction, campus tours and summer activities over the past 60 days, work has continued on Fast Forward Syracuse, the University-wide initiative providing ... more
University Union's 10th annual Juice Jam Music Festival will take place on Sept. 7, featuring performances from seven different artists across the event's two stages. ... more
On the occasion of the Syracuse University Humanities Center 2014 Syracuse Symposium: Perspective, Light Work will present "Perspective: Selections from the Light Work Collection." The ... more
Adjusting to college can be daunting for many students. Making that transition as an international student in a new country, facing a different culture, can ... more
Light Work has announced the exhibition “Revive,” featuring the work of Alison Rossiter. It runs Aug. 18-Oct. 22 in the Kathleen O. Ellis Gallery at ... more
The Syracuse Poster Project invites Central New York poets to submit haiku poems for the 2015 poster series, the 14th annual series. Each year the ... more
A team of students in the College of Law’s Technology Commercialization Law Program (TCLP) spent their summer working with entrepreneurs, startups and inventors to provide ... more