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Timothy Diem Marches at Head of Athletics Band

by Cyndi Moritz @ Syracuse University News

Timothy Diem is in his first year as the director of athletic bands and assistant professor of music in the Setnor School of Music in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Previously he spent 16 years at the University...

Hasan Minhaj Performing for University Union, University Lectures Oct. 27

by Kevin Morrow @ Syracuse University News

Minhaj is host of the documentary series “Stand Up Planet.” Financed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and filmed in South Africa, India and the United States, the series highlights economic problems throughout the world through the lens of stand-up comedians.

Upcoming Information Session Focuses on Tools for Student Success

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

Members of the University community have the opportunity to learn about three important tools supporting student success in an upcoming information session on Tuesday, Oct. 17, from 3-4:30 p.m. in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, Room 114 in E.S. Bird...

Syracuse Hosts World Englishes Conference

by Rob Enslin @ Syracuse University News

It is a little-known fact that Braj Kachru, a renowned authority on the English language, spoke only Hindi and his mother tongue, Kashmiri, until he was 16. Nevertheless, his upbringing in a Kashmiri Pundit family, which valued education above almost...

University Welcomes Families for Family Weekend 2017

by Rachel Friedman @ Syracuse University News

This upcoming weekend, Friday, Oct. 13, through Sunday, Oct. 15, family members will join the Syracuse University community to participate in Family Weekend 2017.  Over 1,800 families, totaling over 5,100 people, are registered to attend, making it one of the...

Syracuse Symposium Continues ‘Belonging’ Theme with Artist Wafaa Bilal Oct. 12-13

by Rob Enslin @ Syracuse University News

Syracuse Symposium continues its yearlong exploration of “Belonging” with a mini-residency by acclaimed Iraqi-American artist Wafaa Bilal. On Thursday, Oct. 12, Bilal will give a presentation titled “Performing Change: Diaspora and Belonging” from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, 114...

Oswego woman beaten, dies days later; suspect in jail on assault charge - Entertainment news - NewsLocker

Oswego woman beaten, dies days later; suspect in jail on assault charge - Entertainment news - NewsLocker


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Oswego police charged Jason A. Golas, 37, with felony assault. He is accused of beating a 55-year-old woman, who was put on life support. Her family says she died Friday.

Setnor School of Music Fall Festival Concert

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

Setnor School of Music in the College of Visual and Performing Arts presents its first-ever Fall Festival, Thursday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. in the Setnor Auditorium at Crouse College. Come for an evening of music ranging from Elgar to...

University College Wins Two UPCEA Awards

by Eileen Jevis @ Syracuse University News

University College won two Mid-Atlantic Region UPCEA Awards for 2017. University and Professional Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) is the leading association for professional, continuing and online education. UP Online won the Faculty and Staff Development Award for innovative programming to...

Bridges to Food Quality

by Matt Wheeler @ Syracuse University News

As a young man, Minhao Chen G’12 began to notice that something wasn’t right. One by one, family friends in Shanghai were being diagnosed with cancer. By the time he had completed his undergraduate degree in China, five people he knew had...

ACCelerate: ACC Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival to Showcase VPA Professor’s Work

by Erica Blust @ Syracuse University News

Syracuse University and the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) have participated in a yearlong process with the Atlantic Coast Conference, partner ACC universities and the Smithsonian Institution to create the first “ACCelerate: ACC Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival.”...

Two New Members Appointed to Universitywide Diversity and Inclusion Council

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

Two new members have been named to Syracuse University’s Council on Diversity and Inclusion. New Hendricks Chapel Dean Brian Konkol and Graduate Student Organization External Vice President Sweta Roy were appointed to the council, which is the primary advisory committee...

iSchool Student Helps Bring Data to Life in Visuals for IVMF

by Kathleen Haley @ Syracuse University News

Aiyappa Uthaiah G’18, a master’s student in the School of Information Studies (iSchool), is helping administrators at the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) better understand a crucial tool in interpreting trends related to veterans’ programs and services. Uthaiah works...

Syracuse University Continues Swift and Deliberate Efforts to Limit the Spread of Mumps

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

In close partnership with the Onondaga County Health Department, Syracuse University continues its aggressive outreach campaign focused on educating the campus community about how to prevent, detect and treat mumps. At this time, Syracuse University has 13 confirmed cases of...

Winterlude Online Returns: Dec.18-Jan. 12

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

Syracuse University’s Winterlude returns in December with a flurry of classes. Don’t miss this opportunity to earn three or four credits in four weeks over the winter break, from the comfort of home. The online session will run Dec. 18,...

Boost the ’Cuse Mission Is Go for Launch!

by Kim Brown @ Syracuse University News

We are one week away from Boost the ’Cuse—Syracuse University’s first ever 24-hour giving day on Oct. 17. As you read last week, a $500,000 gift from Syracuse University Life Trustee Daniel A. D’Aniello ’68 will ensure that your gifts on...

Bandier: Past, Present & Future

by Wendy S. Loughlin @ Syracuse University News

Music industry luminaries joined Syracuse University alumni and friends in New York City Tuesday night to celebrate the Bandier Program and its move to the Newhouse School. Guests also honored David Rezak, outgoing founding director of the Bandier Program, and...

Student Veteran Maria Delgado Celebrates Her Heritage During Latino/Hispanic Heritage Month

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

As Latino/Hispanic Heritage Month continues through Oct. 15, Maria Delgado G’19 took some time to reflect on how her heritage and family influenced her to join the U.S. Army. Delgado, a Syracuse University graduate student from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Army...

Information Regarding Parking During Friday Football Game

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

On Friday, Oct. 13, beginning at 3:15 p.m., additional buses will run between Skytop and College Place throughout the day and evening hours. The last bus returning to Skytop from Main Campus will leave from College Place at midnight. Faculty...

Faculty and Staff: Energize Midday with Free 30-Minute Fitness Class

by Cyndi Moritz @ Syracuse University News

Get fit this fall with a variety of free lunchtime fitness classes. The Syracuse University Wellness Initiative is hosting a free fitness sampler series on main campus starting Oct. 11. The series offers faculty and staff an opportunity to sample a...

Career Connects Family History, Research Interests

by Renée K. Gadoua @ Syracuse University News

Looking back, Alexei Abrahams ’08 sees a clear line from his family history to his career as an economist studying the Israel-Palestine conflict. He grew up in Ontario and Nova Scotia, but he lived in South Africa from the time...

Negro Spirituals: A Workshop/Discussion on the Historical Context

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

Join us Thursday, Oct. 5, at 6 p.m. in the Community Folk Art Center to discuss the Afro-American experience as it relates to the so-called African American slaves. We will be examining the people, how they lived and how they...

Division of Business, Finance and Administrative Services Launches Strategic Planning Process

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

Syracuse University’s Division of Business, Finance and Administrative Services (BFAS) has launched a strategic planning process for all of its units and functions. The important planning process will allow the University’s administrative and financial units to fully align and support...

Police seek public's help in East Syracuse Minoa high school threat investigation - Entertainment news - NewsLocker

Police seek public's help in East Syracuse Minoa high school threat investigation - Entertainment news - NewsLocker


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Police search Central High School after threats of a shooting emerged. No weapons were found on the premise.

’Cuse Cast for Week of Oct. 9

by Keith Kobland @ Syracuse University News

Mitch Messinger ’92, G’93 has ’Cuse Cast this week from Orange Central headquarters, and offers a video recap of some of the many events that took place Friday and Saturday.

Students Celebrate Orange Pride During Orange Central 2017

by Joyce LaLonde @ Syracuse University News

Students are invited to join in SU’s homecoming and reunion celebration through Oct. 7. Throughout the week, the Office of Student Activities works with the Traditions Commission to host new and popular returning events for current students to celebrate their Orange...

CNN’s Rene Marsh G’03 Coming Back To Talk ‘Covering Government’

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

CNN correspondent Rene Marsh G’03 is returning to Newhouse to give a talk titled “How covering government has changed: A Washington correspondent’s perspective.” Marsh will speak on Monday, Oct. 16, at 4:30 p.m. in the Newhouse 1-3 Center, rm. 432/434 of Newhouse...

Get a Flu Shot Wednesday and Help Health Services Stay Prepared

by Rachel Friedman @ Syracuse University News

On Wednesday, Oct. 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Flanagan Gym, a flu clinic will be set up to administer flu vaccinations. This is free for all SU students, staff, faculty and temporary employees with SU ID.  No...

Flu Fact: You Can’t Get Flu from the Vaccine

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

People sometimes claim to have actually gotten the flu from the vaccine, because they came down with the illness soon after being vaccinated. Syracuse University Health Center Supervising Pharmacist Michele Frontale explains that this is just an illusion. “The vaccine...

Meet the 2017 Homecoming Court

by Joyce LaLonde @ Syracuse University News

A longstanding University tradition, the Homecoming Court is comprised of seniors who represent Orange spirit in their academic, co-curricular and community involvement. Campus community members with a valid NetID can cast their vote for the Orange Central Homecoming King and...

Public Meeting Announced for Oct. 30

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University is holding a public meeting as part of the reaccreditation process by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of American Speech Language Hearing...

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Community Input, Student Design Efforts Lead to New All-Gender Restroom Signage

by News Staff @ Syracuse University News

A collaborative campuswide effort, combined with the design prowess of a School of Architecture student, has led to the unveiling of Syracuse University’s new all-gender restroom signage. For months, the Restroom Signage Committee engaged the campus community in conversations about...

Einhorn Family Walk to Be Dedicated Oct. 7 During Orange Central

by Kathleen Haley @ Syracuse University News

A striking new campus landmark completed as part of the Campus Framework, the Einhorn Family Walk will be dedicated during a ceremony Saturday, Oct. 7, at 10 a.m. The event will take place during Orange Central. The Einhorn Family Walk,...

Bird Library Offers Extended Hours during Midterms, Oct. 13 – 22

by Pamela Whiteley McLaughlin @ Syracuse University News

In collaboration with the Student Association, Bird Library be open for extended hours during fall semester midterms, including the weekends of Oct. 14-15 and 21-22. During this period, Bird Library will be open until midnight on Friday nights, open at...

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