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Rising sophomores launch The Mexican Student Association at SU and SUNY-ESF Meghan Hendricks | Photo Editor The Mexican Student Association hopes to bring awareness and connection to Mexican culture on SU’s campus in its first year as a registered student organization. By Luisana OrtizASST. COPY EDITOR August 21, 2022 at 10:52 pm FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL Get the...
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Student Support Services would like to take a moment to acknowledge the accomplishments of our students in the Class of 2022. You have all achieved great success in your time at Syracuse University and we are honored to have walked with you through your undergraduate experience. Congratulations and best wishes in your next big adventure!...
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Sowing Seeds of Hope An aspiring educator wants to make urban schools more inclusive for students, teachers and administrators. In Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park, there’s a small garden where Syracuse University senior Ashanti Hunter ’22 has helped kindergarteners blossom. The children attend Community Roots, a local charter academy that utilizes an outdoor learning approach called...
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4 Selected to Attend Prestigious Public Policy and International Affairs Institutes Four Syracuse University students have been selected to participate in the highly competitive Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) junior summer institutes. PPIA fellows are rising seniors who are committed to pursuing a master’s degree in public policy or international affairs and a professional...
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“It’s Necessary to Remember”: Andy Guzmán ’22 on the Transformative Power of the Atrocity Studies Minor “I believe there is a need for more atrocity and genocide history to be taught in schools. I maybe got a few days on the Holocaust in high school, and that was it,” says Andy Guzmán ’22, who—in addition...
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SENSES project provides SU students an outlet to produce music, podcasts Sophia Moore | Asst. Copy Editor Students are able to use the equipment in the audio lab during their open hours on Mondays from 1-5 p.m., Thursdays from 4-5 p.m. and Fridays from 12-5 p.m. Gustavo Eumana always knew he wanted to get into...
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University Announces ‘Unsung Heroes’ in Honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ANNUAL REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. CELEBRATION DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION HENDRICKS CHAPEL UNSUNG HEROES The 37th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee has announced the 2022 Unsung Hero Award winners. The Unsung Hero Award is given to community...
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It Takes a Village: Generation Orange Steps Up Putting together a four-day weekend with more than 45 events for hundreds of out-of-town guests is a huge undertaking, one greater than can be handled by the small staff of the Syracuse University Office of Multicultural Advancement (SUMA) alone. CBT 2021 benefitted from the expertise of several...
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Doing Well by Doing Good Alumna uses entrepreneurship to inspire underserved students to rise to new heights. Growing up in one of the nation’s poorest neighborhoods, Syracuse University alumna Dayanna Torres ’06, G’09 learned how to rise to a challenge. “It’s healthy to accept your fears because they’re opportunities for growth,” explains the newly appointed...
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The SENSES Project is excited to introduce the first student-produced podcast called The Symph and Roly Show.  In Episode 1 “Trauma,” Symph and Roly speak from the heart about what it’s like being a first gen student at a PWI.  Full podcast can be found here.  Transcript is available upon request.    
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