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Throwback Thursday: Master of Design

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

Former Charlottesville Mayor Maurice Cox visited Syracuse (School of Architecture) in 2004.

Former Charlottesville Mayor Maurice Cox visited Syracuse (School of Architecture) in 2004.

From 2007-2010 Maurice Cox served as National Endowment for the Arts Design Director and supervised the Mayors’ Institute on City Design (MICD).  He was also named a “Master of Design” by Fast Company Magazine.

MICD East, which is meeting in Syracuse this week, prepares mayors to be take the lead as designers of their cities.

Release, Remember

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Dove Balloon Release for Remembrance Week-SU Quad

Last night 35 dove-shaped, bio-safe balloons were released on the SU Quad to remember the students killed in the Pan-Am 103 bombing. Remembrance Week runs Oct. 19-25.

Students joined the vigil at the Wall of Remembrance.

Students joined the vigil at the Wall of Remembrance.

The Rev. Dr. Tiffany Steinwert prayed with the Remembrance Scholars and students during the vigil.

The Rev. Dr. Tiffany Steinwert, dean of Hendricks Chapel, prayed with the Remembrance Scholars and students during the vigil.

Reign Supreme

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Members of Black Reign, a non-Greek affiliated step team, performed a number during a rally for Congressman Dan Maffei this afternoon.

Members of Black Reign, a non-Greek affiliated step team, performed during a rally for Congressman Dan Maffei this afternoon.

Willing to Exhale

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Loretta Divine, Iyanla Vanzant and Lala Anthony participated in the Phi Beta Sigma Women of Distinction program at Syracuse University on Wednesday night.

Loretta Divine, Iyanla Vanzant and LaLa Anthony participated in the Phi Beta Sigma Women of Distinction program at Syracuse University on Wednesday night. They each talked candidly about self-love and self-esteem as routes to more healthy personal and professional success. Previous guests for the series include Nia Long and Gabrielle Union.

Street gaze (part 43)

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Peer Effect

The Pursuit of Happiness

Syracuse Architectural Digest: DC Studio

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

The Dick Clark Wing of Newhouse School

Dick Clark Wing of the Newhouse School

Making the cut

Monday, September 29th, 2014

Earlier today media pioneer Oprah Winfrey (center) leads a ribbon-cuttting at the Newhouse School of Public Communications with (from left) Dean Lorraine Branham, Kari Clark (widow of Dick Clark), Alan Gerry and Chancellor Kent Syverud.

Earlier today media pioneer Oprah Winfrey (center) led a ribbon-cutting at the Newhouse School of Public Communications with Dean Lorraine Branham, Kari Clark (widow of Dick Clark), Alan Gerry (founder of Cablevision) and Chancellor Kent Syverud. Donald Newhouse, who also participated, is not pictured.

Street gaze (part 40): The O Effect

Monday, September 29th, 2014

The O Effect: A visit to Syracuse University by Oprah Winfrey stopped traffic along Waverly Avenue and had people taking a longer than usual lunch break to hear her remarks about the opening of The Dick Clark Studio wing of Newhouse.

The O Effect: A visit to Syracuse University by Oprah Winfrey stopped traffic along Waverly Avenue and had people trying to get a better view by going atop an adjacent parking garage. Some folk took a longer than usual lunch break to hear Winfrey's remarks about the opening of The Dick Clark Studio wing of Newhouse.

Street gaze (part 39)

Friday, September 26th, 2014

Raising awareness for affordable housing (Syracuse University Main Campus)

Raising awareness for affordable housing (Syracuse University Main Campus)

The Das Effect

Friday, September 19th, 2014

SU Alum (Newhouse) and music exec, turned entrepreneur and author visited campus to speak to students on Thursday.

SU Alum (Newhouse) and author Shanti Das visited campus to speak to students about the value of networking on Thursday. Das parlayed hard-work and a passion for hip hop culture into an internship, and eventually a career as a music executive. This ATL-native helped launch the careers of Outkast, Usher and TLC.

Das set up what she calls the “College Chat Room” during her visit. The College Chat is an Oprah/Charlie Rose table-type conversation for students. She encouraged students to get and stay out of their comfort zones. She also talked about her “Strait A’s” for college success. To learn more about her program, click here.