"Syracuse Univeristy" Tagged Articles

Business

Half Beanie, Half Snapback

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By Brittany Ehrlich SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — Miranda Brody has the challenge of both managing her own company and being a student at Syracuse University. “It’s one of the hardest challenges of running my company,” said Miranda. Miranda’s company is called BeanBack which sells hats that are half baseball caps and half beanies. She […]

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Community, History, Uncategorized

Candlelight Vigil Kicks Off Remembrance Week

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By Marco Socci SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Syracuse University’s Remembrance Week is officially underway after Sunday night’s Candlelight Vigil. The week of events is organized to remember the Syracuse University students who died in the 1988 terrorist attack on Pan Am flight 103. Thirty-five Syracuse University students along with 224 other passengers and eleven […]

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Central New York, Sports, Transportation

Free Buses to Houston Mean More Students in Schine

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By Sarah Valenzuela SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCCNews) — A line that started forming shortly before midnight was only the beginning of the Final Four frenzy. “We weren’t expecting this many people,” said SA Vice President Jane Hong. Last night Student Association President Aysha Seedat sent out an email to all students of Syracuse University and SUNY […]

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Central New York, Education, Health

Proposed SU Medical School Raises Questions of Economy, Competition

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By Sara Eckhardt SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Syracuse University has introduced the idea of creating a medical school dedicated to veteran affairs. The proposed medical school would focus on training doctors and health care professionals, advance veteran and military-related research, and develop pilot programs that could be used at other institutions, SU Media Manager Keith […]

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Central New York

SU Loses Ignominious Title

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By Mike Carter SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – At Syracuse University the phrase “We’re number one!” is not usually met with consternation from alumni and administration. But such was the case a year ago when The Princeton Review ranked Syracuse the number one “party school”  in the nation. In 2014 Chancellor Kent Syverud — and many […]

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Sports

Sportscaster U Helps Craft Careers Beyond the Court

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By Lauren Winfrey SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — Sportscaster U is one of many programs the National Basketball Players Association runs to assist players in their transition to careers beyond the court. Monday marked the final day of the four-day event hosted at Syracuse University. The Sportscaster U program includes seminars, tutorials, and on-air experience under the instruction […]

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Education, Environment, Health, Uncategorized

Historical African-American organization holds annual ‘A Walk to Remember’ at SU

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By Bamidele Idowu SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — On Sunday, the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. held its third annual A Walk to Remember event in hopes of in hopes of raising money and awareness to fight hunger in Syracuse and worldwide. The annual walk is meant to acknowledge problems that occur all over the world and look to fight […]

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Central New York, Sports

Gross Out as Athletic Director; Accepts New Position

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Kevin Ryans SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS)-  Daryl Gross has stepped down from his post as Athletic Director at Syracuse University after ten years. During Gross’ tenure as Athletic Director, Syracuse athletic programs such as basketball, football and lacrosse have all received new practice facilities. The administrator transitioned SU from the Big East Conference to the ACC […]

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Education, Technology

SU’s MakerSpace Lab Offers a New Place for Students to Create 3-D Objects

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Amanda Corna Syracuse, N.Y. (NCCNews)- The number of students choosing to major in architecture or engineering is growing in today’s world. Students choosing to focus on this field of study need a place where they can create products to enhance the projects they are working on. That’s why Syracuse University opened up its very first MakerSpace […]

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