Over the course of the weekend of April 4-6, teams of Syracuse Architecture students, led by faculty members, worked together to develop a performative installation within a nine-square space frame in the atrium of Slocum Hall.
John Wallace had always had a general knowledge about the life of Harriet Tubman. But it was a course he took on his return to Syracuse University to finish his degree that made him see something much deeper about the courageous woman who led several hundred slaves to freedom.
In the St. Lawrence River watershed, the recovery of the Blanding’s turtle and the golden-winged warbler is an important indicator for researchers assessing the viability of public-private partnerships to restore wetlands. Their work is providing answers to ensure conservation efforts in this region—and possibly beyond.
It turns out that blacks don’t use alcohol that much compared to other groups. Previous research shows that they start drinking later, and then don’t drink as much as whites, for example.
The inauguration of Kent Syverud as the 12th Chancellor and President was a reflection of the University’s past, an examination of where it must go and a celebration of community and its greatest asset—its students.
Syracuse University’s Remembrance Scholar Committee has chosen the 35 students who will be the 2014-15 Remembrance Scholars. The scholarships were founded as a tribute to—and ...
Professor Mary Marshall would have been proud to receive the warm recognition of those gathered for the dedication of the honors program's library that now ...
Tickets are sold out for the third annual “Truth be Told” event featuring award-winning journalist Anderson Cooper on Thursday, April 24, at 7 p.m. in ...
With the recent change in University leadership along with a goal of better aligning strategic responsibilities and operations, the Office of the Chancellor announces a ...
Twelve graduating seniors have been named as the 2014 Syracuse University Scholars, the highest undergraduate honor that the University bestows. University Scholars will represent the ... more
The Hendricks Chapel Choir, under the direction of Peppie Calvar, will present “Finzi, Friends and Fragments,” a concert of an all English-language choral repertoire on ... more
New York City’s Lower East Side, as seen through the eyes of early Jewish American writers, is the subject of a special presentation by a ... more
Douglas V. Armstrong, a Syracuse University professor in the Maxwell School for Citizenship and Public Affairs and The College of Arts and Sciences, has been ... more
Winner of eight Tony Awards, "Spring Awakening" is a hard-hitting rock musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s expressionist play. Set in late-19th-century Germany, the story follows ... more
The poet Ellen Bryant Voigt will close out the spring 2014 Raymond Carver Reading Series at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, in Gifford Auditorium. A ... more
The Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management will host author and serial entrepreneur Bob Dorf on ... more
Point of Contact’s annual poetry series Cruel April will conclude on April 24 with readings by Celia Caturelli (in its original Spanish with English translation) ... more
Leave it to Karin Ruhlandt, newly appointed interim dean-designate of The College of Arts and Sciences, to put a global spin on things. In 1999, ... more
The Syracuse University Symphony Band and Concert Band will present their final concerts of the season this week in the Rose and Jules R. Setnor ... more
Volunteers and donated items are what make up the annual Ten Tons of Love Charity Drive, which collected over 50 tons of usable items last ... more
The BE Wise campaign has launched the video debut of its branded character, Party F. Owl, to promote Wellness Week and the Monday Mile Run/Walk ... more
Milton L. Mueller, professor in the School of Information Studies, and Ravi Dharwadkar, professor in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management, will be named ... more
A recent survey found that nearly 80 percent of Syracuse University instructors use the feedback they get from student ratings to revise their courses. Faculty ... more
Amardo Rodriguez has long been studying the relationship between communication and the making of social worlds. A professor of communication and rhetorical studies in the ... more
The English Graduate Organization will host its second annual reading marathon, this year titled “The Beats: A Public Marathon Reading,” on Monday, April 21, from ... more
Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee will deliver the Tanner Lecture on Ethics, Citizenship and Public Responsibility at the Maxwell School on Thursday, April 24, speaking ... more
The Mayors’ Institute on City Design (MICD) has announced that the School of Architecture has been chosen to host a regional session of the institute ... more