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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Call for Submissions

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Call for Submissions Honors students! Submit your work for a new journal of scholarly work by Honors undergraduates. The journal will be edited, designed, and published by fellow Honors students in the fall 2023 semester through the new HNR 340 course Producing a Scholarly Journal. A few important guidelines:   In the fall semester, a student…

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Come Dance With Us

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Come Dance With Us One of our Honors classes has arranged for a fun end of the semester event and they have invited all of us. Can Isik’s HNR 350 Precision class is holding a social dance evening Friday, April 14th from 6:00pm-7:30pm in the Dance Studio of the Women’s Building. An instructor will lead…

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Explore Beauty and Science at Honors Symposium

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Explore Beauty and Science at Honors Symposium Is there beauty in science? What insights can arise from viewing scientific theories through a lens of beauty? How does such perspective bring value to individuals and society? These are among the interdisciplinary questions to be explored at the Renée Crown University Honors Program inaugural symposium, “The Value of Beauty…

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Food Service Accountability Committee

FSAC members Ashtha and Sophie

Food Service Accountability Committee Two Honors students are working to improve the dining halls at SU and want YOUR HELP to keep their mission going! The Food Service Accountability Committee is a student-led organization created by two Syracuse University Honors students (Sophie Clinton ‘24 and Ashtha Singh ‘24) in 2021 to work as an unbiased…

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Knowing Through Making

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Knowing Through Making Join artist and Watson Professor Rina Banerjee for a hands-on master class. The event will begin with a tour of the exhibition “Take Me to the Palace on Love”, focusing on the artist’s process and engagement with a wide range of materials. Then you’ll create your own artwork inspired by Banerjee’s version…

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Lifting Every Voice at 38th Annual MLK Celebration

Gabrielle Pinkney, Class of 2024, majoring in Music Industry and President of the Black Honors Society. Third from left, with members of the group, BCCE, at the 38th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in January 2023.

Lifting Every Voice at 38th Annual MLK Celebration Honors student Gabrielle Pinkney, ’24 (VPA, Music Industry) recently directed the Community Choir at the38th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration held in the JMA Dome. Pinkney led the Community Choir, including members of local church choirs and the Black Celestial Choral Ensemble (BBCE), in singing Every…

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Create a Comic Book

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Create a Comic Book iDare you to create a comic book using artificial intelligence… Calling all students for a new iSchool challenge. *Learn more at the information session.* Thursday, March 2, 5-6pm Hinds Hall – iCafe

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