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Fall/Winter 2007
Volume 24, Number 3

INSIDE:
INCITING
CHANGE
SHAPING
THE FUTURE


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SU Seal
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F E A T U R E S

Leading the Way
Alumni co-chairs discuss The Campaign for Syracuse University and their goal of elevating the University to new heights.

Newhouse III
The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications unveils its third building, which features enhanced technologies and reative spaces for learning and collaboration.

Being the Best
Scholarships and professorships provide opportunities for leading students and faculty to excel.

 

 


On the Cover:Romina “Mina” Llona ’08, pictured behind the mike at student-run radio station WJPZ, is one of many SU students who benefits from a scholarship. Increasing support for scholarships is one of the top priorities of The Campaign for Syracuse University.
This new capital campaign, scheduled to be launched on November 2, will build on the University’s strengths and support its ision of Scholarship in Action. To learn more,see "Leading the Way" for a discussion with the campaign’s alumni co-chairs. To read a profile of Romina Llona, see "Being the Best". Photo by Susan Kahn

 

 

FOLLOW THE SU TIMELINE —

Syracuse University is built upon a rich tradition of democracy, innovation, and social justice that is an integral part of the Central New York region and its history. As the University continues this tradition and strengthens its future with The Campaign for Syracuse University, we thought you would enjoy some historic highlights, which begin below and continue in the Leading the Way article.



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D E P A R T M E N T S

Chancellor's Message

Opening Remarks

University Place

Alumni Journal

The View

 

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