Honors Thesis Bootcamp – January 10-12, 2024

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Honors Thesis Bootcamp – January 10-12, 2024 Honors Juniors and Seniors, make the most of your winter break with us! Work on your thesis project with support from your peers, Honors staff, librarians, and one super supportive dog! The bootcamp is from 12pm to 5pm, the W/Th/F before spring semester starts. This is a time…

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Submissions for the SU Songwriters Showcase are Open!

Submissions for the SU Songwriters Showcase are Open! The SU Songwriter Showcase, organized by HNR 340, is looking for student performers from a range of musical backgrounds. Solo acts or stripped-down performances from bands are encouraged, but any submissions will be accepted for reviewing! Submissions are due on November 1st, and the showcase will take…

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Africa and the Western Media’s Blind Spots

Africa and the Western Media’s Blind Spots Newhouse is hosting a discussion with Nigerian journalist David Adeleke on the misrepresentations of Africa in the Western media and how Africans are changing the narrative. Adeleke is the Africa editor at Rest of World, a media company dedicated to capturing people’s experiences with technology outside the West.…

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Find Your Alum Mentor!

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Find Your Alum Mentor! Interested in a potential internship, job, or mentor? The student-run Honors Advisory Program invites you to join the alumni networking program with an EXCLUSIVE honors training session. Hundreds of alumni (800+) have extended opportunities for students to connect with them for career conversations via video chat or phone. Each one is a valuable opportunity…

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Fright Night with Honors

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Fright Night with Honors Join Honors on a trip to the most frightening place in Syracuse, Fright Night, one-of-a-kind haunted experience. When: Saturday, October 28th – leaving Carnegie parking lot at 6:30pm to arrive at 7pm. Limit of 11 students. Sign up fast, before you miss out!

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Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert

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Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert Disney Concerts presents “Encanto: The Sing-along Film Concert” national tour. Encanto lovers of all ages have the opportunity to sing along with their favorite GRAMMY®-Award winning songs performed by a live band while watching the full film. “Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert” will include all the music of the Academy Award®-winning film, including iconic…

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The Ghosts of SU’s Past

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The Ghosts of SU’s Past The Ghosts of SU’s Past: An Oakwood Cemetery Tour will take place Wednesday, October 18th at 5:15pm. Join fellow Honors students in a walk through this historic site where you will have the chance to meet SU alums in their final resting places! In the spirit of the Halloween season,…

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Tour the Nutrition Research Facilities at Falk

Falk College

Tour the Nutrition Research Facilities at Falk The Nutrition program will host the first in a series of tours through our Nutrition Research Facilities at 3:45 PM on October 23rd for a behind the scenes look of the department, open to all.   The tour begins at the Nutrition Assessment, Counseling, and Education (ACE) Center on…

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The Keepers of Manari

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The Keepers of Manari Please join Newhouse senior Alexandra Siambekos for the showing of her Honors Thesis film, The Keepers of Manari to be screened in the Herg which is in Newhouse III at 2pm on Saturday, May 6th.

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what she inherited

image of a galaxy in background with text around the edges and an image of a fetus enclosed in a blue circle at the center with hand written script on the edge of the circle that reads, Asa I Am. All text from the poster appears in the text of the blog post.

what she inherited Please join senior Asa Rogers at her installation, what she inherited: an installation exploring mother daughter relationships being held in Shaffer Art Building room 102 on May 10th-12th from 10:30am to 7:00pm with meet the artist times running from 5pm to 7pm, and again May 13th from 10:30am to 4pm with meet…

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