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The City of Syracuse is staging a comeback with a revitalized economy that's fueled by high-tech companies and new opportunities.

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The Bernice M. Wright Child Development Laboratory School provides a prime preschool setting for teacher training and research.

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Art education students polish their teaching skills and inspire the muse among local children during weekly workshops.

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A century-old SU student handbook shows what life was like when the campus had four colleges and six buildings, and salt was for throwing.

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Suzanne Quinn and a preschooler feed a goldfish at the Bernice M. Wright Child Development Laboratory School. Quinn, a doctoral candidate in the College for Human Development, is a teacher at the school. Photo by John Dowling.

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