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Ring Master

Monday, April 30th, 2012
Carter Cochardo in Philadelphia at the Regional Gymnastics Meet.

Carter Cochardo performs on the rings at the Regional Gymnastics Meet in Philadelphia.

Congratulations to Carter Cochardo of CNY Gymnastics who won first place all-around for the 2012 Regional Meet (Level 5, doctor  ages 8 & 9) at Temple University on Sunday.

Electronica from Maars

Monday, April 30th, 2012
The following is a report filed from our stringer, ed ailment Maars during Block Party.

 

(April 27–Carrier Dome) “As an aspiring electron and atom splitter (musician) the 2012 Block Party experience changed my life. After the first group, here I thought, viagra  crowds can be really stiff towards opening acts. The next band had good charisma, but just weren’t my deal.

 

 

 

Then I witnessed the potency of mind control through the repetition of synthetic bass-lines and the amazing anticipation. Headliner DJ Kaskade muted the drums and raised the atmospheric pads, they dropped 55 oversized balloons from the rafters, amped the kaleidoscope on the jumbotrons and eventually brought the bass back in full effect, the entire student body (regardless of ethnicity, gender or dress code) became one.

 

 

Brother Maars is down with Kaskade. 

 

 

 

I just wish they turned his mic turned up for the occasional thoughts he dropped on the crowd, which wasn’t packed for a college show, but had about the same attendance of a large club. All in all I consider myself blessed to have had witnessed the continuous two-hour set of DJ Kaskade in his first appearance at Syracuse University.” 

Duck Alert

Saturday, April 28th, 2012
An Orange Original

An Orange Original

Fashion Week (part 3): Finale

Friday, April 27th, 2012
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Designs by Joshua Eder-Hart

Here are some images from the SU VPA Senior Fashion Show held on Thursday.
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A Sarah Keimig Design

 
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Accessory design of Chloe Dee Lebenger

 
Dress by Jamie Elizabeth Rawdin

Dress by Jamie Elizabeth Rawdin

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Designer Sade McClinton with her models.

 
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Design by Nicole Fattibene

A Message for the Urbanite

Friday, April 27th, 2012

Urban advocate, author and professor Edward Glaeser spoke yesterday at the Maxwell School on the campus of Syracuse University.

Urban advocate, author and professor Edward Glaeser spoke yesterday at the Maxwell School on the campus of Syracuse University.

City living advocate Edward Glaeser visited yesterday and spoke about the joys and pains of cities.  He advocated that cities are great places to be poor and great places to be rich at the same time.  During his book signing, he was overheard telling one member of the Syracuse community that despite the success of  Triumph of the City, his next book will probably be more of an academic versus a popular text.

Jamaica Accepts the Hurricanes

Friday, April 27th, 2012

SIF Board of Advisory Member Odetta Norton, a student at Univ. of Miami Law School, recently did work at Manley Law School in Kingston, Jamaica as part of an international collaboration and independent study.

Why Rap?

Friday, April 27th, 2012
Joe Clair, entertainer and health advocate visited Syracuse with the Rap It Up Campaign.

Comedian, actor and former VJ Joe Clair (aka Cleezy) brought humor and but also a generous dose of reality to the Southwest Community Center in Syracuse yesterday during the Rap It Up event. He talked about a family member being HIV positive and having to take 30 pills a day for the past 20 years to maintain. At the same time he said, those same medicines can do damage to the body.

Rap It Up Event Panel

Rap It Up Event Panel

As a moderator a panel that included Onondaga County Health Commissioner Dr. Cynthia Morrow, adolescent helath specialist Dr. Jeri Dyson and singer Sammie, Clair kept it real by enlightening and entertaining the crowd, young and old, with sobering statistics and the need for prevention of sexually-trasmitted diseases.

“Some of these disease do not have symptoms,” Clair said. “That’s why you need to get tested.”

Below hear Dr. Dyson talk about diseases that do not go away.

BET Rap It Up (Syracuse) from Syracuse in Focus on Vimeo.

Fashion Week (part 2): Runway Revolution

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

Here are some  photographs from Saturday’s A Night at the Museum, a fashion show produced and directed by students at Syracuse University.

The show featured collections from Papaya Clothing, Real NY, Boom Babies, Collar Candy, Kreemo as well as pieces by designers Dejuan Hightower (representing Downstate), Kim, Kid Dangerous, and Bilaya Jackson (representing Upstate). Several students also presented their work on the runway.

Fashion Week (part 1): Mogul in Training

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
Rare-NY Collection

Rare-NY Collection

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Rare-NY Collection

Rare-NY Collection

Before the Fashion’s Conscience  A Night at the Museum show on Saturday, medicine we caught up with Ike Styles (aka Issac Boakye), viagra a designer of the RareNY Label. He resides in the Bronx, help NY but at one time was a student at OCC.

Rare-NY by SIF

Rare-NY Collection

Rare-NY Collection

Fashionistas

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

 

Dancin on Air from Syracuse in Focus on Vimeo.

Members of the Syracuse University Dance Team kick off the Night at the Museum Fashion Show on Saturday night.