Magazine: Fall/Winter 2016

Campus Transformation

The University looks to the future as it revitalized living and learning spaces. Also featuring: Grand Again, Beyond the Unusual, The Muckers.

Fall/Winter 2016 issue cover featuring an aerial view of the Syracuse Promenade

Cover StoryLink

Campus TransformationLink

When students arrived on campus this fall, they saw the future landscape of Syracuse University had started to take shape.

  1. Framework outlines future of Syracuse campus
  2. Academic spaces enhanced with technology upgrades
  3. Accessibility improvements ensure a more welcoming campus
  4. National Veterans Resource Complex builds on a long legacy
  5. Focus on student health and wellness at the Arch
  6. Einhorn Family Walk creates defining new space
  7. Dome renovations will heighten experience

FeaturesLink

Grand AgainLink

The restoration of the former Hotel Syracuse was accomplished through the collaboration of numerous Syracuse alumni.

Beyond the UnusualLink

Here’s a glimpse of some innovative and intriguing course that students can explore.  

The MuckersLink

Syracuse University Press publishes long-forgotten manuscript—uncovered in the Special Collections Research Center by a historian—that gives a rare firsthand account of a street kid’s view of immigrant slum in the late 1800s. 


Also in this IssueLink

Chancellor’s MessageLink

Opening RemarksLink

Orange MattersLink

SU PeopleLink

Alumni Journal Link

  • Mark Milewski ’92: View from the Top 
  • Christen Brandt ’10: Global Reach for Girls’ Education
  • Tribute: Coast Guard Honors World War II Hero
  • Orange Send-off
  • First Person: A Point of Pride During a Devastating Time
  • Jim Weiss ’87: Inspiring Self-Starters
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame: Sure-handed Harrison Enshrined as NFL Great
  • Llewellyn Cornelius ’82: Fostering Equity and Well-Being
  • Q&A with Patty Enrado G’90: Honoring the Story of Filipino American Farm Workers
  • Orange Central 2016
  • Jacqueline Saturn ’90: The Making of a Music Executive
  • Robert Watson ’79: Transforming Health Care Technology
  • Elliott Portnoy ’86: Global Influence
  • Orange Connection: Foundation for a Friend
  • The View: Fall Scenes