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Community Engagement Fun

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Community Engagement Fun Sometimes community engagement is just fun. This is one of those times! Signup for one of the few remaining 10 minute slots to read from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. You might be the lucky person who makes it on the radio or gets a tv appearance! On October 31, 2018, Syracuse University is joining…

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Flu Clinic Volunteers Needed

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Flu Clinic Volunteers Needed Volunteer Wed., Oct 10th in Flanagan Gymnasium between 9:30 AM and 4:00PM to help Health Services staff set-up, organize, and clean up the campus wide Flu Clinic. You can sign up for one hour shifts at minimum. Volunteers most needed in the morning and late afternoon. Staff will sign volunteer hours if needed. Email kbmora@syr.edu…

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Activism in the Syracuse Community

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Activism in the Syracuse Community Have you ever wondered what people who live in Syracuse do for civic engagement? Well, here is a small list with a great deal of variety. Sample some! Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration Monday, October 8 at 4:30 PM – 5:50 PM EDT Columbus Circle, Syracuse, N.Y. Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day!…

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Westcott Street Cultural Festival

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Westcott Street Cultural Festival One-Day Event on Sunday, September 23rd This year marks the 27th anniversary for the Westcott Street Cultural Festival! This amazing, one- day neighborhood event embraces diversity and fosters a sense of community in the Westcott neighborhood.   More than 8,000 people gather to enjoy music and dance at the seven stages, visit…

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