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US News

Jan 8, 2015
interviewed Peter Vanable, chair and professor of psychology for an article exploring the psychological effects of living with HIV.
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The Washington Post

Jan 7, 2015
featured an op-ed about the value of the liberal arts, written by Associate Dean Gerry Greenberg.
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Chronicle of Higher Education

Jan 6, 2015
spoke with Crystal Bartolovich, associate professor of English about the modesty in today's literary criticism.
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NBC Connecticut

Jan 5, 2015
featured a story about Communication Sciences and Disorders' Jonathan Preston's research using ultra-sound technology to help children overcome speech challenges.
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"The Colbert Report"

Dec 18, 2014
included George Saunders G'88, professor of English, in its star-studded series finale. Saunders was a popular guest on the show.
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The Daily Mail (U.K.)

Dec 17, 2014
featured research by Susan Parks, assistant professor of biology, about how whales communicate. The story was picked up by other international outlets, including Phys.org, Nature World News, The Hindu, and India.com.
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Philly.com

Dec 16, 2014
interviewed Jason Wiles, assistant professor of biology, about "Bill Nye the Science Guy."
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Ultimate Mensch

Sylvia Wassertheil-Smoller '53, G'55 has been revolutionizing medicine for more than half a century--and she's far from done.

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Entrepreneurial Spark

Shuyuan Chen ’15 owns a company that prepares international students for American collegiate life.

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Political Gambit

Artie Costa '16 is parlaying an internship with Sen. Charles "Chuck" Schumer (D-NY) into a job in public service.

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Soldier of Good Fortune

At 98, Don Waful '37, G'39 is one of Syracuse University's oldest surviving military veterans.

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