Citrus fruit may grow on trees in Florida, but the Sunshine State recently experienced the influx of an especially spirited variety of Orange–from wintry Syracuse!
Twenty-one students from Falk College’s Department of Sport Management are heading to Orlando with the Syracuse Orange football team for the Camping World Bowl. But they won’t be there as spectators.
Orange football All-American Andre Szmyt ’21 has gone from ‘super raw’ to sensational as a placekicker.
In the 30 years since the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, the Syracuse University community, along with residents of Lockerbie, Scotland, have followed through with Chancellor Eggers’ call for remembrance.
When twin brothers, Robert and Michael Thomas, were accepted to the national ROTC scholarship program, the decision to attend Syracuse University together was easy.
Syracuse football team walk-on Ben Brickman cites his veteran experience and the support he’s received from Syracuse University as two of the reasons for his success on and off the field.
To inspire the next generation of public servants, Robert Rivera G’18, G’19 shares his experiences as an Army veteran, EMT, and a Team Rubicon volunteer.
Angie Pati has conducted Alzheimer’s and malaria research, trained as an EMT, worked in multiple countries, and served as Student Association Vice President on her path to learning what it takes to make real change happen.
Yaqi Kang embraced her role as a representative of the Chinese and international student communities during her time at Syracuse (雪城大学), and welcomed opportunities to learn about differing cultural viewpoints.
As the greatest distance runner in Syracuse Athletics history, Justyn Knight realizes that enormous hard work, dedication, training, and tactical skills are required to compete and win.
Kristen Unangst excelled as Syracuse’s mascot Otto, as a supply chain management and finance major in the Whitman School, and by making the most of every opportunity the university could provide.
Communications design alumna pursues a creative path, looking to make an impact through her work.
For a century, University College has served as an advocate for continuing education, helping countless adults earn degrees through part-time study and achieve their dreams.
An intrepid group of students joined in a Syracuse Abroad summer program, Mount Everest Base Camp Trek: The Human Response to High Altitude.
Rubin Global Design Studio leads students on a study and tour of progressive urban architecture in Medellín, Colombia.
In honor of the Syracuse University education and military service that established a foundation for his success, Life Trustee Daniel D’Aniello ’68 and his wife, Gayle, provided a $20 million gift for the National Veterans Resource Center.
Newhouse photography major Chase Guttman travels the globe in search of inspiring images.
From his Central New York roots, Board of Trustees Chairman Steve Barnes became a global executive and philanthropist who honors the University’s influential role in his life.
First-generation college student Danielle Schaf spent four weeks at the Fulbright UK Summer Institute at Durham University studying England’s archaeology and history.
Falk professors, Margaret Voss and Rick Welsh, are are studying the impact of the P. downsi parasite on the Galápagos Islands finches, and working to find ecologically sound ways to control the parasite.
While studying abroad in Strasboug, France for the summer, Michelle Jituboh ’17 completed an internship with the Reception and Orientation Center for Migrants.
Talent Agency Teen Art Portfolio Development Inc. aims to harness the talents of young artists and provide undergraduate and graduates students with opportunities to enhance their teaching skills.
Invent@SU, a new multi-disciplinary program, provides Syracuse students the opportunity, tools, and professional guidance to create and develop their own inventions.
Syracuse University physicists are among a global team of scientists to make a revolutionary discovery confirming the origins of gold and other heavy metals whose presence in the universe has been a long-standing mystery.