The resolution passed on Wednesday states that if students affected by immigration policies complete 75 percent or more of the credits and requirements for their respective degrees, there would be “maximum opportunity” extended to facilitate completion of their degree program with Syracuse University credits. Read more »
From 2009-2014, Syracuse was ranked one of the lowest in economic growth among metro areas. As Syracuse University tries to retain graduates, other city programs, like GENIUS NY, are trying to bring entrepreneurs to Syracuse. Read more »
The announcement of Republican Gov. John Kasich speaking at the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting award ceremony comes at a time when President Donald Trump is in contentious relationship with the press. Read more »
Five SA assembly members have been referred to SA’s Judicial Review Board after failing to attend mandatory Monday night meetings. This comes after SA was unable to meet quorum for the second time this legislative session. Read more »
A Syracuse University assistant geology professor had his research paper outlining his discoveries concerning the Great Oxidation Event published in a major international journal of science. Read more »
One bill would require the speaker of the assembly to attend SA meetings, while the other would make it a requirement for cabinet members to attend meetings. SA President Eric Evangelista also discussed an upcoming off-campus surveillance camera initiative.
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Last week, President Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. Despite Gorsuch’s qualifications, his nomination is still causing controversy with Democrats in the Senate. Read more »
A community engagement initiative recently announced by SU Chancellor Kent Syverud will document the different relationships SU has with local organizations, the city of Syracuse government and other groups. Read more »
In a letter sent to the SU community on Monday, Syverud did not outwardly oppose Donald Trump's executive order banning travel from Muslim majority countries, but instead listed resources for members of the community who have been affected.
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A recent Gallup poll found half of college graduates rated their college's career services as "not very helpful." Officials from different colleges at Syracuse University weigh in on the study. Read more »