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The Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium may be the most flexible interior space in the city. We’ve seen it used for class lectures, film screenings, music concerts, and next week it will be the site for TEDx Syracuse University. Last night the venue was adapted for the 2014 Fashion and Beauty Communications Milestone Fashion Show.
Wonder if anyone has used it for a wedding ceremony yet?
The list of TEDx Syracuse University speakers has been released. We look forward to some meaningful discussions (and seeing some familiar faces) on April 9, 2014.
For more information about the unsolved murder of Johnnie Mae Chappell in Florida, click here. For more information about the Cold Case Justice Initiative, click here.
“1960 What? 1960 Who…” Gregory Porter
Sometimes the best part of a conference is at the edges, in-between the forums and formal program. Yesterday during the lunch break of the Cold Case Justice Initiative’s Looking Back, Moving Forward: 50th Anniversary Conference a rich meaningful and dialogue broke-out. This multi-generational instructional chat featured students, educators, panel participants and attorneys. It was preceded by a lunchtime story-telling piece by Vanessa Johnson.
And truth be told, the conversation was sparked by a challenge laid down by Mr. Gil Caldwell.