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University Human Rights Film Festival to Be Held Virtually Sept. 23–25

The 19th annual Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival, slated for Set. 23–25, will be held virtually this year. The event is sponsored by the Syracuse University Humanities Center and is part of the 2021-22 Syracuse Symposium: Conventions. Members of the campus community with an email address will be...
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SU students enjoy the last few days of warm weather

Everyone familiar with the area can attest to the fleetingness of warm weather in Syracuse. Students and faculty alike are attuned to this ephemerality and are making the most of the beautiful weather being graced to the campus over the past week. The school’s vaccination and mask mandates have meant...
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20 Years Later, A Community Remembers

Students, faculty, and alumni gathered at Hendricks Chapel today to honor the lives lost during the September 11th attacks and to pay homage to those who have dedicated their lives to helping the families and friends of the victims. Many current Syracuse University students, were too young to recall the...

SU’s Hendricks Chapel To Host 9/11 Memorial Service

So many communities, organizations and churches are planning to mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks with special services and ceremonies. Syracuse University’s Hendricks Chapel is among them. Their service will start at exactly 8:46am on Saturday. That’s the exact time the first plane struck the North Tower of the World Trade Center in 2001.
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How SU can help fight food insecurity among students

Over five million students face food insecurity while at college. However, some people may think that food insecurity is not a problem at Syracuse University, which is simply incorrect. According to SU, about 80% of students receive some type of financial aid. Many students live off-campus and cannot afford sufficient...

A Reflection on 9/11

For twenty years, the University community has come together in sorrow, compassion, unity and remembrance for those lost. On Sept. 11, 2001, life as we knew it changed forever. The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in northern Virginia and the crash of...
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3 Syracuse events to commemorate 20th anniversary of 9/11

The 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, as well as United Airlines Flight 93 that crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, is this Saturday. This anniversary is less than two weeks removed from the final evacuation of U.S. troops from Afghanistan — marking the end of a nearly 20-year invasion and war in the country.

Orientation and Resource Fair Helps Connect Student Veterans to Support

More than two dozen campus organizations were represented at the National Veteran Resource Center on Aug. 26 for the Veteran and Military-Connected Student Orientation and Resource Fair. The event helped make student veterans aware of the wide variety of campus offices, programs and communities available to military-connected students. These programs support students in the logistics of applying their federal education benefits, academically in pursuit of their personal goals, and can help military connected students work with other student veterans with similar experiences. Syracuse University is one of the only private schools rated by the Military Times that has a dedicated support structure for military-connected students entering higher education.