The Barnes Center at The Arch has been eagerly anticipated by the Syracuse University community. The new facility and the programs that find their home there include many amenities found in other college and university recreation centers, but the facility isn’t what makes the Barnes Center transformational for students.
Justine Legg is redefining the meaning of challenging yourself. As the triple major heads into her senior year she hopes to gain professional skills and continue “squeezing the orange.”
If there is an accolade to be awarded chances are Santita Ebangwese already has it. In four years at Syracuse her list of accomplishments on the court and in the classroom is long. And the biomedical engineering student isn't finished.
At 103, a former POW reflects on “one big lifetime” filled with love, loss and gratitude. Don Waful is not just one of Syracuse University’s oldest living alumni, he’s arguably our most loyal football fan.
Biology professor Jason Fridley explores how invasive species can exploit climate change to gain competitive advantage.
The Connective Corridor strengthens the bond between the city of Syracuse and the University, makes downtown more accessible and has positively influenced downtown development.
Every year Syracuse welcomes hundreds of international students from all over the globe as they embark on a new academic journey. With the help of student ambassadors, and multiple on-campus organizations and programs the University hopes to create an exciting and welcoming atmosphere.