Syracuse University and supermodel Emme ’85 are shaping the future of apparel design for full-figured women. Also featuring: Healing Stories, Bright Ideas, Data Driven.
A wave of change is sweeping across the American apparel landscape. No longer will full-figured women be relegated to wearing muumuus and tent dresses thanks to the extraordinary efforts of supermodel and entrepreneur Emme ’85, who for more than a decade has been on a mission to attain equal fashion status for consumers wearing size 12 and above.
Three cancer survivors with ties to SU share their experiences of treatment and recovery.
Student-inspired projects take off with Fast Forward contest support.
A tenacious government watchdog, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse has held federal agencies accountable to the American people for more than a quarter century.
Also in this IssueLink
- Living Sculpture: Tree of 40 Fruit, a Spectacular Sight
- Movement for Healthy Living: People with Parkinson's Find Relief on Dance Floor
- Nutrition: Eating Local
- Forensic Science: Identifying Linguistic Fingerprints
- Research Snapshot: An Endogenous Neuromodulator in Seizures and Epileptogenesis
- Computer Science: Sowing Cybersecurity
- Veterans’ Health Initiative: Moving Forward with Web-Based PTSD Therapy
- Orange All-Americans
- Scott Kevy ’15: Championing Digital Media
- Leslie Cortese: A Guiding Hand
- George Athanas: Enhancing Student Experiences
- Tom Barkley: Math Matters
- Whitney Marin ’15: Unlimited Learning
- Rafael Fernández De Castro: Opening Doors to Latin America
- Traditions: English Lessons in Asia
- Cheryl Strayed G’02: Wild Adventure
- Bandier Alumni Association: Honoring Music Industry Leaders
- Samantha Brown ’92: Travel Star
- Reggie Acloque ’99: Power Authority
- Diane Nelson ’89: Character Builder
- Mark Neporent L’82: Raising the Bar
- Q&A with Mike Kelly ’75: The Toll of Terrorism
- Alumni Cheerleading: Enduring Orange Spirit
- Orange Encounters: The Syracuse Network
- Reflections with Saul I. Weinstein ’53: The Flag-hunting Prefab Incident
- The View: The Ensley Athletic Center Opens