This week, Jason Chen reports on open houses held by Syracuse University’s International Student Center, in response to President Trump’s immigration order and travel ban. Also, Bridget Chavez travels to the Central New York community of Sherill, where a flatware company is hoping to get President Trump’s attention by focusing on its “Made in the USA” motto.
Elsewhere, our Angelica Rodriguez introduces you to two Somalian refugees who want to help young women feel empowered, and Mariana Domingues has the story of a program where S-U students can help children learn to express themselves through art. Meghan Mistry takes you inside a new “Chill Room” at Golisano Children’s Hospital, which helps autistic children cope with sensory challenges, while Steven Krainin learns about a campus club that hasn’t forgotten the lost art of writing letters.
Finally, we’re looking forward to Valentine’s Day –and our Jamie Weiss and Lauren Sinatra are in the kitchen baking up a sweet treat!
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Executive Producer: Fatima Bangura BDJ ’17
Producer: Ray Marek BDJ ’17
Associate Producer: Aishwarya Choudhury BDJ G ’17
Social Media Producer: Jacqueline Mundry BDJ G ’17
Anchors & Reporters: Lauren Sinatra BDJ ’17, Jeff Slawson BDJ ’17, Annalisa Pardo BDJ G ’17, Sarah Minkewicz BDJ G ’17, Kate Capodanno BDJ ’17, Connor Morrissette BDJ ’17, Brooke Lutsky BDJ ’17, Meghan Mistry BDJ ’17, Angelica Rodriguez BDJ ’17, Jason Chen BDJ ’17, Bridget Chavez BDJ G ’17, Steven Krainin BDJ ’17, Jamie Weiss BDJ ’17, Mariana Domingues BDJ ’17
Instructional Associates: Marlena Tuskes BDJ G ’17, Robert Schiff BDJ G ’17