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George Saunders's 'Some Thoughts On Kindness' Brought To Life (VIDEO)

(Via Huffington Post)

In 2013, celebrated author George Saunders delivered the convocation address at Syracuse University’s commencement. Saunders’s advice to the class of 2013 went viral after  144 more words

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4/23/2014-Pics / Recap of 3 Day Filming with "The Ferryman" Now Online

-And here’s the recap for my role in the short film “The Ferryman” by Golden City Films. I originally was contacted by my friend Cassandra Hayes in regards to this role back in February 2014 via Craigslist. 778 more words

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A Call To Action: NCAA Sports Psychologists

During the first two seasons of my junior year at Syracuse (2011-2012), I experienced the biggest slump in my running career to date. In cross country I couldn’t break 25:00 in the 8K, and in indoor I struggled to run in the 8:30s and 14:50s in the 3K and 5K after running 8:17 and 14:22 the previous year. 958 more words

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I’m sure most of you have already heard this (especially if you go to SU), but the Chainsmokers continue to put out grade a remixes that stay true to their trademark sound and feel. 18 more words

Maxwell Community Celebrates New Home in Washington, D.C.

On April 2nd, Maxwell alumni, faculty, and friends joined together to celebrate the opening of the School’s new home at the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, D.C. 103 more words

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Physicists discover new type of particle using Large Hadron Collider

 


by Brooks Hays
Syracuse, N.Y. (UPI) Apr 15, 2013


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A new and exotic atomic particle — one that doesn’t mesh with traditional particle physics models — has been discovered by researchers at Syracuse University. 224 more words

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