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2013 News and Events Archive

Novelist Christine Schutt opens Spring 2013 Raymond Carver Reading Series
Jan 8, 2013
Schutt’s latest work is "Prosperous Friends"

Ray Smith Symposium explores issues of Latina/o “citizenship” Jan. 31-Feb. 1
Jan 15, 2013
Critical race theorists Suzanne Oboler and Gerald Torres present keynote lectures, mini-seminar

SU Humanities Center mounts ‘ambitious’ spring symposia
Jan 22, 2013
Center marks fifth anniversary with eclectic mix of lectures, seminars, and special events

A Legacy of Learning
Jan 23, 2013
Geologist Carlos Dengo ’76 honors memory of teacher, friend, John Prucha 

School violence topic of Syracuse University public forum
Jan 24, 2013
Experts will address concerns raised by Sandy Hook massacre

Sheldon Stone named a Distinguished Professor at Syracuse University
Jan 28, 2013
Stone's research group is involved in experiments with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN

Community Folk Art Center hosts Caribbean Cinematic Festival
Jan 29, 2013
Five-day festival features film, dance, spoken word, photography, discussion, and food

Creative Writing marks 50th anniversary
Jan 29, 2013
Students, faculty, and alumni reflect on program's legacy

War zones topic of daylong symposium at Syracuse University
Jan 29, 2013
Event will feature celebrated Kenyan author and activist Ngugi Wa Thiong’o

From Russia With Love
Jan 31, 2013
Murray Feshbach ’50 has made a career out of watching the Russians. That’s good news for us—and them.

Five Minutes with Len Elman '52
Feb 4, 2013
SU alumnus fosters 'community' through endowed writer fund

Spring 2013 Raymond Carver Reading Series features CNY author Patrick Lawler
Feb 4, 2013
The Syracuse University graduate has won several awards for his work

Ray Smith Symposium continues yearlong "dissent" theme
Feb 6, 2013
Upcoming events look at the impact of Grove Press and a former head of the U.S. Communist Party

Cornell professors address critical theory, globalization, Feb. 22 and March 8 at SU
Feb 7, 2013
Naoki Sakai and Brett de Bary are experts in Asian studies and comparative literature

From the West Bank to the SU campus, student works for dialogue on contentious issues
Feb 11, 2013
Lessons learned outside the classroom become Amanda Claypool’s call to action