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02/24/2017 at 16:15. Facebook
Q&A: Newhouse School at Syracuse University senior Meghan Mistry '17 reflects on four years of learning, career experience and memories.

Senior Recounts Time at Syracuse, Opportunities to Prepare for Real World
Syracuse University
yesterday at 19:02. Facebook
#SyracuseU View: We can't get enough of this view of our beautiful campus, captured last week by Cyril Tao
Syracuse University
yesterday at 16:19. Facebook
Matt Barbaccia ’16 is embarking on a cross-country biking adventure to raise awareness about Parkinson’s disease.

“For me it’s a win-win. I have the opportunity to embark on an adventure that I am sure will challenge me in ways I have never been challenged before, and I am able to raise attention for a meaningful cause simultaneously," Barbaccia says.

Recent Grad Hits the Road for Cross-Country Bike Ride for Parkinson’s Awareness
Syracuse University
02/22/2017 at 17:15. Facebook
Otto (the dog!) is geared up and ready for the Syracuse Orange men's basketball team to face Duke tonight! Let's go Orange!

(Photo by alexisgracegoble)
Syracuse University
02/21/2017 at 16:21. Facebook
Q&A: Frank Malfitano ’72, founder of Syracuse Jazz Fest, reflects on his Syracuse experience and the performers he saw live at the legendary Jabberwocky nightclub.

Jazz Fest Founder Frank Malfitano: ‘World-Class Education’ at Syracuse in Jazz, Blues—and Life
Syracuse University
02/20/2017 at 16:40. Facebook
'Cuse Cast: Martin J. Whitman School of Management students offer free tax preparation through WhiTAX & Falk College celebrates the opening of Falk Cafe on 2.

'Cuse Cast for Feb. 20
Syracuse University
02/17/2017 at 16:24. Facebook
The Helping Hands Project and organizer Justin Bachman '19 brought together Syracuse students and members of local Boys and Girls Club to build 3D printed prosthetic hands.

Justin Bachman '19 Helping Hands Project
The theme of this year’s Winter Carnival is “Alice in Wonderland”—the fantastical week will feature the annual chili cook-off, trivia night, laser tag and much more.

Traditions Commission Presents 2017 Winter Carnival: ‘Alice in Wonderland’ | Feb. 21-25
Kyra Azzato ’17 will become the first woman from Syracuse University—and among the first few in the nation—to attend Infantry Basic Officer Leader Course.

First Woman from Syracuse University Heads to Infantry Officer Course
There's no love like #OrangeLove, as you'll see in these photos. Be sure to tag yourselves!

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#SyracuseU View: A snowy day on campus yesterday, as captured by Andrea Parisi.
Happy Valentines Day! Whether you fell in love with #SyracuseU or met your true love here, we want to hear your #OrangeLove story!

Did you meet your true love at Syracuse? Share your love story with us using #OrangeLove or in the comments below!

Read Orange love stories & download #OrangeLove images to share: [ Link ]
‘Cuse Cast: This week’s edition of the ‘Cuse Cast is presented by Dolan Evanovich, Senior Vice President for Enrollment and the Student Experience.

Cuse Cast week of Feb 13
Institute for Veterans and Military Families - IVMF hosted a discussion on how veterans entering the TV & film industry can help bridge the military-civilian gap.
NBC's Olympic hosting torch is being passed from one Syracuse University alumnus to another!

After serving as NBC's prime-time Olympic host since 1999, Bob Costas '74 is handing off his primetime Olympic duties to Mike Tirico ’88!

Bob Costas to pass Olympic hosting torch to Mike Tirico
Read Chancellor Syverud’s statement on the current immigration law changes.

Chancellor Syverud Addresses Most Recent Immigration Issues via University Senate’s Open Forum
Mallory Miller '17 is sharing her Syracuse experiences on our @OurSyracuseU Instagram this week!

She's a senior double majoring in Falk College & School of Information Studies at Syracuse University and has been involved with the Sport Management Club, OttoTHON & and the Special Olympics Club.

Instagram photo by OurSyracuseU • Feb 7, 2017 at 1:44am UTC
Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science bioengineering senior Andrew Ramos ’17 doesn’t see any reason to wait until he graduates to contribute to a healthier world.

An Engineer for Global Health: Andrew Ramos ’17
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri will speak for the University Lectures on Tuesday.

Joining Lahiri in speaking this semester for the University Lectures are Humans of New York founder Brandon Stanton on Monday, March 6, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sonia Nazario on Wednesday, April 5.

University Lectures hosts Jhumpa Lahiri, Pulitzer-winning author of ‘Interpreter of Maladies’