Magazine: Fall/Winter 2018

A World of Research

From the high peaks of the Himalayas to an archaeological site in Ghana, SU Students participate in Syracuse Abroad become global citizens through hands-on learning and international research projects. 

Fall/Winter 2018 Syracuse Magazine cover featuring Syracuse students at Everest Base Camp Download Issue   [PDF, 8MB]

Magazine Contents

Orange Matters

  • SU Press and University College Celebrate Milestones
  • Welcome, Orange Families! 
  • Lender Center for Social Justice Holds Inaugural Symposium
  • Campus Framework Supports Student Success
  • Taxing Issues for a Globalized World 

SU People

  • Student Association Leaders Strive for Positive Change
  • Dean Liz Liddy Reflects on Her Many Roles at Syracuse University
  • Keith Alford, Ph. D.: The Value of Diversity
  • Tripti Bhattacharya: Stretching the Imagination with Science
  • Expanding an All-Star Coaching Staff
  • Tina Nabatchi: People, Process and Problem Solving
  • Tajanae Harris '20: Exploring, Researching and Testing Her Limits
  • Santita Ebangwese '19: Engineering a Rich College Experience

Features

  • New Image Ads Invite Students and Fans to #BEORANGE
  • Looking Back, Acting Forward
  • An Orange Friendship Forged in Africa
  • A World of Research Opportunities
  • Enriched by the Maxwell Experience
  • There's No Place Like 'Cuse
  • With Boost the 'Cuse II Mission, Syracuse Soars!

Alumni Journal

  • Orange in the Family
  • Melanie Gray L'81: Passion for Law and Philosophy
  • Bob Lord '85: Driving Transformational Change
  • Republican Convention Ousts Senator McCarthy
  • Barbara Giacino '18: It's Never Too Late to Graduate