Sailing Club Makes a Comeback at SyracuseLink
At Syracuse University, Harmen Oscar Rockler ’13 was determined to spice up his education in journalism and political science with his passion for sailing. One thing led to another, and soon he was on a quest for a lost piece of Syracuse history.
Emily Turner has many talents. She’s an architect, public policy expert, and lawyer with a passion for writing and photography. Surprisingly, her newest venture is built on a skill that’s not among her strengths: cooking.
When Timothy Bryant ’15 was growing up in a tough New Jersey neighborhood in the ’70s, he enjoyed school and believed that despite difficult circumstances, he was destined to go to college and have a rewarding career.
In his office in the Heroy Geology Building, Earth sciences professor Paul Fitzgerald pulls a map of his native New Zealand off the wall and spreads it across a table. “Look,” he says, “you’ve got this plate boundary running right smack through the middle….”
San Diego native Andrew Ramos ’17 came to the College of Engineering and Computer Science to study bioengineering and make a life for himself. Now, he is making a difference in the lives of others.