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Strike up the Brand!

Dec 17, 2014
Syracuse University, Florida's Broward Cultural Division train next generation of arts leaders, journalists

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Holiday Tradition Returns to Hendricks Chapel Dec.7

Dec 5, 2014
Syracuse University Brass Ensemble, Hendricks Chapel Choir headline "Holidays at Hendricks"

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November Was ‘Epic’ Month for Syracuse Musicologist

Dec 5, 2014
Stephen C. Meyer publishes book, becomes editor of top scholarly journal

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Novelist Ruth Ozeki Concludes Fall Carver Reading Series

Dec 2, 2014
Latest novel, 'A Tale for the Time Being,' short-listed for Man-Booker Prize

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CNY Humanities Corridor Awarded $3.55 Million from Mellon Foundation

Dec 2, 2014
Funds to support Corridor in perpetuity, establish endowments at founding institutions

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Faculty, Alumni to be Recognized at CNY Book Awards Dec. 4

Dec 1, 2014
La Casita hosts event for second year in row

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Children’s Book Fair at Barnes & Noble Supports La Casita’s Bilingual Library, Literacy Programs

Nov 21, 2014
Week-long book fair to run from Tuesday, Dec. 2 through Saturday, Dec. 8.

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Syracuse Professor Addresses African Studies Association Women’s Caucus Nov. 22

Nov 20, 2014
Meredith Professor Micere Githae Mugo to discuss ‘Women Embracing Creativity and Utu as Tools to Combat Violence and Find Healing’

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Brian Turner, Poet and Veteran, to Read at Syracuse Symposium™ Nov. 20

Nov 11, 2014
Reading sponsored by Syracuse University Humanities Center, YMCA’s Downtown Writer’s Center

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Syracuse University Brass Ensemble Opens Season in Little Falls Nov. 16

Nov 5, 2014
2014-15 season includes concerts in Syracuse, Auburn, Cortland, Watertown

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Syracuse Hosts Contemporary Play about Spanish Playwright Lope de Vega

Nov 5, 2014
Traveling production to be performed in Spanish with English surtitles

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Syracuse Artist and Critical Musicologist Explores T-Pain’s Use of Sonic, Cinematic Strategies

Nov 4, 2014
James Gordon Williams is latest addition to Department of African American Studies

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Society for New Music Presents Perspectives on Sounds from East and West

Oct 31, 2014
Zhou Tian’s commissioned work, “Morning after the Deluge,” will be premiered

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Syracuse Professor Explores Critical Response to Lloyd Webber’s ‘Phantom of the Opera’

Oct 30, 2014
Amanda Eubanks Winkler reflects on ‘Phantom’'s success amid Thatcher/Reagan era

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Syracuse University Professor to Host Caribbean Dance Workshops

Oct 28, 2014
Sydney Hutchinson and Wacheva Cultural Arts team up to present November events

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Bruce Smith Wins Residency in Rome, Italy

Oct 28, 2014
Smith plans to explore city as if revisiting dream

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Poet Daisy Fried to Share Work in Carver Reading Series

Oct 24, 2014
Latest collection named one of last year's best poetry books

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Syracuse’s South Asia Center Receives $1.3 Million ED Grant

Oct 22, 2014
Award will impact inter-institutional collaborations, graduate recruiting, and undergraduate teaching

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Author. Activist. Alumnus.

Oct 21, 2014
Elliott DeLine ’12 launches latest book, reflects on Syracuse University experience

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A&S Students Invited to ‘Career Conversation’ with Linda Dulye ’77 Nov. 11

Oct 20, 2014
Dulye to host “Get Hired: Pump Up the Power of You and Your Liberal Arts Degree!”

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Westcott Nation

Oct 20, 2014
Annual fair celebrates neighborhood’s diversity, uniqueness

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Syracuse University Scholar to Present Workshop at Folger Shakespeare Library

Oct 14, 2014
Amanda Eubanks Winkler invited to co-direct weekend long workshop

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MIT Professor to Discuss ‘Identity Thesis for Language and Music’ Oct. 14 at Syracuse

Oct 13, 2014
David Pesetsky will examine linguistic relationship between words, pitches

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Poet Mary Ruefle to Present in Carver Reading Series

Oct 13, 2014
Writer Stresses Lyrical Mystery of Poetry

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Syracuse’s Deborah A. Coquillon Memorial Award Helps Seniors ‘Pay It Forward’

Oct 9, 2014
Award created in memory of longtime Arts and Sciences administrator

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Application Period Opens for 10th Annual Winston Fisher Seminar

Oct 6, 2014
Juniors and seniors in the College of Arts and Sciences invited to apply, deadline is Nov. 3

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Poet Will Schutt To Appear October 8 in Raymond Carver Series

Oct 3, 2014
Poetry collection won Yale Series Younger Poet prize

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Women’s and Gender Studies, Office of Multicultural Affairs to Host Prominent Chicana Scholar

Oct 3, 2014
“Undocumented Flower Crossings, Walking Altars, and Latina/o Art” the subject of Oct. 8 lecture

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Syracuse Religion Professors Publish New Books

Sep 30, 2014
Gustav Niebuhr explores Minnesota's first Episcopal bishop, Gareth Fisher examines Buddhist revival in China

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Syracuse Hosts U.S. Hispanic Literary ‘Recovery Conference’ Oct. 9-11

Sep 25, 2014
Conference celebrates forgotten, ignored U.S. Hispanic writers

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Art World Converges in Syracuse for Renaissance Art Symposium Oct. 18

Sep 25, 2014
Event marks 50th anniversary of Syracuse’s Florence Program, retirement of director Gary M. Radke ‘73

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Fifth Annual Digital Witness Symposium to Explore the Impact of Digital Code on Human Rights Media

Sep 25, 2014
Syracuse University and Hamilton College to host symposium Oct. 1-2

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Syracuse Celebrates Banned Books Week with Community Read-Outs Sept. 25-26

Sep 22, 2014
"Black and Banned" features works by and about African American authors

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“The Image of the Black in Western Art: The Final Stages” Subject of Sept. 25 Lecture

Sep 22, 2014
Syracuse University to host David Bindman, distinguished scholar of art history

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Syracuse's Carver Series Continues With Novelist Edan Lepucki Sept. 24

Sep 22, 2014
Her book 'California’ got the ‘Colbert-bump’

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Syracuse Professor Featured in Humanities Documentary

Sep 19, 2014
Gregg Lambert interviewed in ‘Value of the Humanities,’ airing this weekend on Dutch television

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Distinguished Philosopher to Deliver Anbar Lectures at Syracuse University, Temple Adath Yeshurun Oct. 26-27

Sep 18, 2014
Lecture series aims to expose campus community to Jewish ethics

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Syracuse Professor Has ‘Final Word’ on Forensic Linguistics

Sep 16, 2014
Tej Bhatia is blazing new trail in 'biometric forensic psychiatrics speech'

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Renowned Religious Studies and Medieval History Scholar to Appear at Syracuse University

Sep 11, 2014
Harvard’s Amy Hollywood to Deliver “The Unspeakability of Trauma, the Unspeakability of Joy” September 18

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Renowned Religious Studies and Medieval History Scholar to Appear at Syracuse University

Sep 11, 2014
Harvard’s Amy Hollywood to Deliver “The Unspeakability of Trauma, the Unspeakability of Joy” September 18

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Author Lineup Announced for Fall 2014 Carver Reading Series

Sep 5, 2014
First Up: Fiction Writer Anthony Marra on September 17

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Making the Grade

Sep 3, 2014
Chris Anderson G'15 plays a leadership role in student admissions

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Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics to host “Japan Today” Symposium

Sep 2, 2014
Interdisciplinary symposium to examine Japanese literature, film, history, and language

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Lineup for 2014 “Re-Sounding History Concert and Lecture-Demonstration Series” Announced

Aug 29, 2014
Participants to experience banjos, Appalachian fiddles, and Italian mandolins

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CFAC Executive Director Elected to Association of African American Museums

Aug 28, 2014
Kheli Willetts among prominent group of scholars named to AAAM Board of Directors

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President of Max Kade Foundation to Visit Syracuse Sept. 8

Aug 19, 2014
Lya Friedrich Pfeifer ’65, G’67 will discuss the merits of earning a German degree from Syracuse

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Syracuse’s College of Arts and Sciences Launches Minor in Arabic

Aug 13, 2014
New 20-credit-hour program prepares students to read, write, communicate orally in Arabic

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Catholic Author Headlines Borgognoni Lecture at Syracuse University Oct. 6

Aug 8, 2014
Ron Hansen to discuss importance of ‘faith-inspired fiction’

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Arts and Sciences Welcomes New Associate Dean, Academic Chairs

Aug 8, 2014
Interim Dean Ruhlandt says appointees will usher College into 'new era of excellence'

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Gregg Lambert to Step Down from Syracuse University Humanities Center to Focus on Advancement of CNY Humanities Corridor

Aug 7, 2014
Dean's Professor of Humanities to take Corridor to 'next level of success'

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La Casita Cultural Center to Observe National Hispanic Heritage Month

Aug 7, 2014
Latinos in the U.S. Armed Forces and their families to be honored at La Casita

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Free Reading and Discussion Program Available to Greater-Syracuse Veteran Community

Aug 6, 2014
New York Council for the Humanities and Central New York Humanities Corridor Partner Up to Present Discussion on Serving: Standing Down

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When Student Becomes Teacher…

Jul 22, 2014
Art History Alumna to Lead Florence Graduate Program in Renaissance Art as Gary Radke says ‘Ciao’ to Syracuse University

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Syracuse University Arts Leadership Expert to Speak at Rochester Institute of Technology

Jul 22, 2014
Janklow Program Founding Director Mark Nerenhausen Invited to Participate in Arts Symposium

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Karin Ruhlandt Begins Term as Interim Dean of Arts and Sciences

Jul 1, 2014
Renowned chemist eager to write College’s next chapter

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Renaissance Man

Jun 18, 2014
Art historian Gary M. Radke ’73 reflects on a storied career at Syracuse University

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Syracuse University Writer Publishes Book on Iconic Arts Leader, Music Educator

Jun 13, 2014
Rob Enslin co-writes Ned Corman memoir, 'Now's the Time'

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Ben Bradley Awarded $94,000 by the Immortality Project at University of California, Riverside

Jun 13, 2014
Bradley and Team to Study Death, Rational Emotion, and Meaningfulness

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Arts and Sciences Philosopher Named Inaugural Sutton Distinguished Chair

Jun 4, 2014
Philosophy Chair Ben Bradley Recognized for Commitment to Humanities

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Syracuse University Professor Unveils ‘Lost Play' by 17th-Century Master

Jun 3, 2014
Spanish expert Alejandro García-Reidy continues to make headlines with discovery of 1614 play by Lope

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Syracuse University Professor Examines ‘Citizenship, Belonging’ in Arab-American Literature

Jun 3, 2014
Carol Fadda-Conrey is the author of 'Contemporary Arab-American Literature'

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Syracuse University Professor Publishes Salsa Dancing Book

May 23, 2014
Sydney Hutchinson's 'Salsa World' examines globalization, localization of popular social dance

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Two Leaves and a Bud

May 21, 2014
Art historian Romita Ray is using an NEH Summer Stipend to study the visual cultures of tea consumption in India

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Syracuse University Scholar Investigates ‘Media-Savvy Evangelicalism’

May 16, 2014
Deborah Justice says churches are increasingly turning to popular music, digital media to attract followers

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Two Syracuse University Professors Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Apr 28, 2014
Physicist M. Cristina Marchetti, author George Saunders G'88 to be inducted this fall

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College of Arts and Sciences Appoints New Communications Director

Apr 22, 2014
Sarah Scalese brings decade's worth of digital PR, social media marketing experience to Syracuse University

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Syracuse University Professor to Lecture on Jewish Literature at Nation's Capital May 19

Apr 18, 2014
Sanford Sternlicht G'62 will draw from his book about early Jewish American literature from New York's Lower East Side

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Anthropologist Wins Arts and Sciences’ Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

Apr 18, 2014
Douglas V. Armstrong noted for 'natural leadership abilities' and 'theoretical and methodological insights'

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SU chemists’ work with small peptide chains may revolutionize study of modern-day enzymes, neurological diseases

Apr 2, 2014
Ivan Korendovych's research is subject of major article in 'Nature Chemistry' magazine

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IMAGES? Precisely! Stages Grand Finale of its Three-Year Run

Apr 1, 2014
IMAGES? Precisely! Stages Grand Finale of its Three-Year Run

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SU partners with Mark Morris Dance Group for 'Movement for Healthy Aging' April 11-12

Mar 27, 2014
Two-day workshop focuses on dance, Parkinson's disease

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Deep Findings

Mar 26, 2014
Underwater archaeology rides a wave of increased sophistication, thanks to SU’s Cathryn Newton

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Advocating for the Arts

Mar 26, 2014
Mark Nerenhausen of the Janklow Arts Leadership Program discusses the importance of advocating for the arts.

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SU Brass Ensemble presents ‘1914 Revue’ at Rome’s Capitol Theatre March 30

Mar 19, 2014
Award-winning group performs light classics, marches, songs, and rags

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SU announces Languages, Literatures, Linguistics spring schedule

Mar 17, 2014
LLL presents an array of events with national, international scholars

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SU professor earns Kenyan award of order, mounts play at UC Irvine

Mar 14, 2014
Lauded by the same country that once ousted her, Micere Githae Mugo still calls Kenya 'home'

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George Saunders G’88 wins more hardware, prepares to launch 'kindness' book

Mar 12, 2014
Author's hot streak continues with receipt of Folio and Story prizes and publication of 'Congratulations, By the Way'

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Spring Break is All Business for Winston Fisher Seminar Students

Mar 3, 2014
Spring Break is All Business for Winston Fisher Seminar Students

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Felix the Cat

Feb 24, 2014
The Rascals’ beloved singer, keyboardist Felix Cavaliere ‘64 reflects on a ‘groovin’’ career

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"Race, Religion, and Politics in the Age of Obama” topic of 31st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Public Affairs Lecture

Feb 20, 2014
"Race, Religion, and Politics in the Age of Obama” topic of 31st Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Public Affairs Lecture

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SU’s College of Arts and Sciences Names New Director of Native American Studies Program

Feb 17, 2014
SU’s College of Arts and Sciences Names New Director of Native American Studies Program

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La Casita Cultural Center Presents Música del Corazón to Celebrate Launch of New Program

Feb 11, 2014
La Casita Cultural Center to formally announce new program at February 21 event

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SU, Le Moyne Team Up to Host Forum on Arts Leadership

Feb 6, 2014
SU, Le Moyne to Welcome Trey Levey for February 25 Event

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SU welcomes world-renowned Rutgers philosopher Feb. 22

Feb 5, 2014
Alvin Goldman to present second annual William P. Alston Lecture

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SU art historian reaps national awards

Feb 5, 2014
Sascha Scott honored by College Art Association, Wyeth Foundation for American Art

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‘Arts and Sciences’ magazine focuses on impact of communication, communications

Feb 5, 2014
Issue includes cover story on English Professor George Saunders G'88

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Lessons learned

Feb 3, 2014
A recent commitment by Rick Smith ’72 will benefit Arts and Sciences, Maxwell students

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Endowment established to support 'Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures'

Jan 31, 2014
Retired LLL professor, chair Harold G. Jones makes six-figure donation

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J. Robert Lennon kicks off spring Raymond Carver Reading Series

Jan 28, 2014
SU series features six guest writers, including NBA finalist Rachel Kushner, March 19

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A storied legacy

Jan 28, 2014
Decades before the M.F.A. Program in Creative Program was established, SU was a hotbed of literary talent. Maybe Stephen Crane was onto something.

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SU professor discovers 400-year-old play in Madrid

Jan 22, 2014
Lost work is a comedy by Spanish master Lope de Vega

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Janklow Arts Leadership Program to award professional development opportunity

Jan 22, 2014
Program partnering with Webb Management Services, a leader in planning and operation of live performance spaces

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Cuban dance weekend 'salsas' into Syracuse

Jan 17, 2014
Bárbara Balbuena Gutiérrez headlines workshops, lectures, panel discussions

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SU professor earns Puerto Rican PEN Club award

Jan 9, 2014
Myrna García Calderón wins research essay category