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CNY Central

Nov 14, 2014
spoke with Steve Secora, Associate Dean of College Relations for the College of Arts and Sciences about why sophomore year is the best time for high school students to begin the college search process.

Syracuse New Times

Nov 13, 2014
featured a series of photos from La Casita Cultural Center’s recent Two to Tango event.

Time Warner Cable News

Nov 12, 2014
spoke with Kristen Kennedy of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders about hearing loss among veterans

The New York Times

Oct 9, 2014
spoke with Jason Fridley, associate professor of biology, about the mystery of invasive species.


Sep 24, 2014
was one of dozens of outlets around the globe that featured Britton Plourde's groundbreaking work in quantum information science. Plourde is associate professor of physics.

Science magazine

Sep 5, 2014
featured a cover story on artificial cells by a team of physicists, including Syracuse's Mark Bowick and Cristina Marchetti. The story has been picked up by media outlets all over the world.

"Bridge Street" (News Channel 9)

Sep 4, 2014
interviewed the Humanities Center's Mi Ditmar about the 2014 Syracuse Symposium, whose theme is "Perspective."

The Costa Campaign

Artie Costa '16, an aspiring politician, is a student in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. He's majoring in international relations and political science, and minoring in Spanish. 

A&S Wunderkind

Brooke Baerman ’15, a student in the College of Arts and Sciences is a Coronat Scholar and a member of the Renée Crown University Honors Program. Baerman is majoring in art history and philosophy, and minoring in German. 

Curious Kate

Kate Lanza ’15 developed an interest in neuroscience as a senior in high school, a curiosity that led her to the College of Arts and Sciences. She is majoring in psychology and neuroscience, and minoring in biology. 

Graveyard Shift

Miani Giron '16, a Los Angeles native, major in biology and women's and gender studies. Giron recently completed an internship at a local Syracuse medical examiner’s office, an experience she calls "incredibly rewarding."