Table of Contents

Spring 2005
Volume 22, Number 1



INSIDE:
Energizing The Arts

SU and the local
community cultivate
a creative partnership


spring

Photos by Steve Sartoriballet

On the Cover: Members of BalletNY perform in Goldstein Auditorium on February 2. More than 1,000 people from SU and the Syracuse community attended the event, which was sponsored by Pulse and SU Trustee Gerald Cramer ’52 and his wife, Daphna.

D E P A R T M E N T S

F E A T U R E S

Creative Connection
Chancellor Nancy Cantor builds on community partnerships to enhance the arts while giving SU a stronger presence in the City of Syracuse.

Life in an Inclusive World
The Center on Disability Studies, Law, and Human Policy goes global as an advocate for the rights of people with disabilities.

Pioneering Paths
SU alumni have contributed to society for
generations—and you may be amazed by
some of their accomplishments.

 

 

 

Opening Remarks

Chancellor's Message

Quad Angles

University Place

Sports Report

SU People

Deans' List

Alumni Journal

View from the Hill

Correction: A description of the Chancellor’s Medallion, which appeared on this page in the Winter 2004-05 issue, incorrectly identified the medallion’s creator. John C. Marshall G’68, a renowned silversmith and former SU faculty member, created the medallion. Marshall is now a professor emeritus at the University of Washington.

 

Franceseo Guazzelli
sculpture

 

 

 

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