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Coverage of Remembrance Week, 2014.

The Daily Orange has several excellent stories about Dark Elegy, the candlelight service, and Carol King-Eckersley’s connection with parents and Syracuse University (King-Eckersley, the mother of Kenneth John Bissett, only learned last year that the son she gave up for adoption in 1967 was lost over Lockerbie). 24 more words

How Reason Died for Want of Leadership: How Leadership died for Want of Reason

Syracuse University’s Dean Lorraine Branham ‘disinvited’ three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Michel du Cille from a conference because he had recently returned from Liberia.

Makes sense, you say? 1,270 more words


Wounded vets cooking up a fresh start at Dog Tag Bakery

On a side street in Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood, a bakery is under construction, preparing to join the upscale area’s cafes and restaurants.

This bakery, however, will offer more than croissants and muffins. 543 more words


Dryden girls, Lansing boys seek IAC Large School titles

ITHACA – Dryden junior Taylor Bennett was a first-team all-state striker last year after breaking sister Leighann’s single-season record with 43 goals.

So of course, Purple Lions coach Janine Bennett did what any smart, veteran coach would do with her biggest offensive threat — she moved her to defender. 1,059 more words


Group Halloween costumes are a consistent college favorite

If you’re a college student thinking of making group Halloween costumes with friends this year, you’re certainly not alone: dressing up in groups remains a consistently popular idea, and there are always a great variety of themes. 652 more words


Four Studies To Be Discussed At PromiseNet

Research will play an important role at PromiseNet 2014 as studies from four prominent Promise programs will be examined.

First will be an examination of the early progress of… 296 more words