The LGBT resource center at Syracuse University has counteracted issues of safety for the past 15 years, working to create a safer campus. The center is guided by its deeply embedded core values of accountability, awareness, community and social justice. Read more »
More than 125 days after a report was submitted by the Chancellor’s Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy, Chancellor Kent Syverud has announced the members of a permanent task force on sexual assault and relationship violence. Read more »
In a Syracuse University News release, Syverud said the task force will be advancing and implementing further improvements in sexual violence prevention, education and advocacy services on campus. Formation of the task force was a recommendation from the Chancellor’s workgroup on sexual violence, prevention, education and advocacy.
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AJ Abell, Safet Mesanovic, Tatiana Cadet and Jesse Nichols all campaigned as write-in candidates for president, while Seedat and her running mate, Jane Hong, were the only candidates to appear on the ballot on MySlice. Seedat was declared the winner around 1 a.m. Friday, with 24.1 percent of students voting in the election. Read more »
AJ Abell and Jonathan Dawson hosted a 15 minute-long meeting in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications to discuss their campaign progress and platform and hear back from the Syracuse University community. Read more »
The Graduate Student Organization will meet Wednesday to discuss the possibility of unionization in reaction to a perceived lack of transparency from the Syracuse University administration regarding the new student health insurance policy, which will affect about 1,500 graduate students. Read more »
The Knocks are an electronic music duo based out of New York City, while alternative rapper Skizzy Mars is returning to Syracuse University after his first performance in UU’s 2012 Banderstach Music Series. Read more »
The Graduate Student Organization senate voted unanimously Wednesday to censure Syracuse University administration for its actions regarding the recently announced changes to student health insurance.
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VanderBerg then contacted the SA Board of Administrative Operations, which conducted an investigation and found that it did not have confidence in Colon to run a fair and non-biased election. Read more »
The suit was filed March 26 by the Fitapelli & Schaffer law firm on behalf of servers, bussers, runners, bartenders and other “tipped workers” to recover minimum wages, pay for “side work,” overtime compensation and misappropriated tips. Read more »
The hour-long forum began at 2:30 p.m. and was attended by about 30 members of the Syracuse University community. Louis Altman is one of three finalists in the search for the SU ADA coordinator. Read more »
The Department of Public Safety is working with Parking and Transit Services, the Syracuse Police Department and the city of Syracuse in arranging a park-and-ride transit system which will run from Armory Square and Destiny USA to SU. Read more »
A purpose of the program is to create a “pipeline” for international students wishing to pursue higher education in the U.S. The program will provide them with the experience, information and skills needed to apply to and be at a U.S. college. Read more »
Syracuse University’s Student Philanthropy Council kicked of its annual week of giving on Monday. The group’s philanthropy week celebration is a series of events aimed at raising awareness of the critical role philanthropy plays at SU and in society as a whole. Read more »