Syracuse University Magazine

SU People

Sally Prasch, the University's scientific glassblower and an internationally renowned glass artist

Orange Matters

Connecting with Kenya

Thanks to a collaboration with the School of Education, Sammy Luvonga, who lost his sight as a child, uses a computer with a built-in function that allows him to listen to documents being read to him.

Alumni Journal

Renovations to the Psi Upsilon chapter house restore the historic structure to its former glory.

50 Years of Newhouse

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The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications builds on its half-century tradition of excellence, unveiling its new studio and innovation center with an assist from Oprah Winfrey.

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Welcome to Dineen Hall

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The College of Law moves into its new state-of-the-art home.

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Uncommon Getaways

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Spring Break takes on new meaning for Syracuse students who embark on unique educational adventures.

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Lessons in Leadership

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With its long-standing commitment to the military, the University has provided education to thousands in the armed services—including many who have gone on to prominent leadership roles.

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Video Extra

Sally Prasch, Scientific Glassblower

Video by Steve Bottari / TheNewsHouse.com

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