Syracuse Stage and the Department of Drama are working together to build a vibrant and creative community of artists. Also featuring: Cultural Exchange, Making the Most of Monday, Start-Up Fever.
The opportunity to perform alongside professional actors in main stage productions is just one of the many ways drama students benefit from sharing a theater complex with Syracuse Stage, a professional theater in residence at Syracuse University.
In partnership with Syracuse's Somali Bantu community, an SU folk arts initiative seeks to preserve the culture's traditions and provide opportunities for learning and understanding for participating students and Bantu.
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Through social media savvy and community outreach, the Lerner Center for Public Health and Promotion helps us that better care of ourselves.
Five years after the University launched a major initiative to expand entrepreneurship on campus, innovative student ventures are surging forward.
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- University Treasures: Words from Mary, Queen of Scots
- Information Technology: A Disruptive Force on the Internet
- Professor William Banks: War Fair? (Q&A)
- The Canary Project: Battling Climate Change with Art and Activism
- SU Social Media Team: Online Presence
- Research Snapshot: Managing River Systems for the Future
- Student Philanthropy Council: Creating a Culture of Giving Back
- Ryan Badman ’13: Cosmic Matters
- Jenny Doctor: Sound Decision
- Sam Salem: Model Infrastructure
- Rose Marie Cromwell G’12: Tropical Focus
- Patrick Jones: Fine Tuning
- Traditions: Olympic Orange
- Manuela Ikenze G'01: Producing with Heart
- Susan Hilferty '75: A Cut Above
- Q&A with Eli Saslow '04: Presidential Correspondence
- Nicole Rosmarino '93: Environmental Advocate
- James D. Kuhn '70, G'72: Pointed Dedication
- The Araca Project: Curtain’s up for Drama Grads
- Anthony Noble '99: Developing DC’s Future
- Kevin Bell '74: Zoo Life
- The View: Track and Field Championships