Syracuse v. Georgetown Tickets!

We’ve been able to acquire tickets for the Syracuse v. Georgetown men’s basketball game for Saturday, Dec. 16th at 12:30pm at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. We will be selling the tickets until Wednesday Dec. 13th. Once purchased, you will be able to pick up tickets from our treasurer, David Slotnick, at the Hardrock Café from 11:00am until tip off on the 16th. If you need to contact David you can reach him at 443-838-1981 or

To claim your tickets, please fill out the form below. Thanks and hope to see you there!

Sales have closed for tickets. Please contact our treasurer if you have questions: 443-838-1981 or

2017 Pre-game Holiday Party

Join B’more Orange for our annual holiday party!

December 5th, 6:00pm – 8:00pm @ Dinosaur BBQ
1401 Fleet Street | Baltimore, MD

Garage and street parking is available.

This year we’re having a pre-game warm-up/dinner before the SU v. UConn game at 9pm. There will be a variety of tasty foods and good company to get revved up for the game.

$20 will get you an mix of Dinosaur’s renowned meats and sides. Please note that this is a cash bar only.

In addition to warming up for the game, we’ll be collecting donations for our scholarship fund.

Want to join us? Please purchase your tickets below and we hope to see you there!



Syracuse vs. Maryland MBB | Big10/ACC Toys for Tots Challenge

Help us kick off the BIG10/ACC Toys for Tots Challenge on our turf & ensure B’more Orange takes home the trophy for donating the most toys!

Join B’more Orange – Syracuse University Alumni of Baltimore to cheer on the Orange at DogWatch Tavern in Fell’s Point. Tip-off is at 7:00pm against Maryland. So come out and join your fellow Orange!

Please BRING A TOY for the BIG10/ACC Challenge Toys for Tots Drive, as we will be competing against other BIG10/ACC Alumni groups to see who can collect the most toys. All toys can be deposited in the designated Syracuse drop box in the rear part of Dogwatch. The recommended value of each toy is $10, as we hope to contribute quality as well as quantity!

YOU MUST Wear your Orange gear and take advantage of Syracuse specials! Please be sure to tell your bartender that you are with Syracuse when you start your tab!

$5 appetizers
$6 Crushes
$5 Redbull and Pinnacle flavor bombs (orange man Bombs) but they can have any flavor they like!
$4 Wine
$4 Rail Drinks
$3 Domestic Bottles

Boeheim’s Army in the TBT Semifinals!

Come check out some of your favorite Syracuse Basketball Alums as they play in the TBT Semifinals here in Baltimore! Notable favorites include: Eric Devendorf, Donte Greene, James Southerland, John Gillon, Rick Jackson, Brandon Triche, CJ Fair, Scoop Jardine……and yes, even Trevor Cooney.

Tickets are general admission and can be purchased here:

So wear some ORANGE and support Boeheim’s Army in Baltimore, hon!

DATE: Tuesday, August 1, 2017

TIME: 7:00pm

LOCATION: Coppin State University, 2500 W North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21216

B’more Orange Summer Happy Hour

Join fellow B’more Orange Alumni for a Happy Hour at Monument City Brewing Company — featuring live music and food from Syracuse’s very own Dinosaur BBQ – Baltimore MD

Come and check out the newest Baltimore brewery on the block while catching up with your fellow Orange. All are welcome!

DATE: Friday, July 28th

TIME: 5:00pm – 8:00pm

LOCATION: Monument City Brewing Company, 1 North Haven Street, Baltimore, MD 21224


2016 Holiday Party!


Join the B’more Orange gang for our fifth annual Holiday Party! This year, just like last year, we’ll be pairing the party with a gamewatch event SU v. UConn men’s basketball.

Monday, December 5th
6:00pm – 9:30pm
Heavy Seas Alehouse

Parking is available at the Baltimore Little Italy Parking Garage, 400 S Central Avenue. Street parking is also available.

$35 wil get you an mix of apps & lite fare AND any 2 Heavy Seas pints (or glasses of wine) of your choice. After 2 drinks, you can continue to sample Heavy Seas beers at the cash bar.

As usual, we’ll be collecting donations for the Living Classrooms.

Want to join us? Please purchase your tickets below and we hope to see you there!

2015 B’More Orange Holiday Party Wrap Up!

The B’more Orange Holiday Party was yet another success! On December 2nd, over forty members of the B’more Orange community gathered at Dinosaur BBQ to celebrate the holiday season and yet another great year of Syracuse Alumni in Baltimore.
Members enjoyed classic fare from Dinosaur BBQ at the Syracuse staple’s newest location in Fells Point. The Orange also put on a thrilling show against a stacked Wisconsin basketball team. All proceeds from the evening were donated to the Living Classrooms foundation.
B’more Orange would like to offer our gratitude to Pauline Saraceni and Tina Casella of the Office of Alumni Relations for joining us all the way from Syracuse. We would also like to thank everyone else who contributed to a wonderful evening and wish you and yours a happy and healthy holiday!

From the Chancellor: Our Thoughts are with Paris

Dear Orange Friends:

Nearly 27 years ago, terrorism struck the Syracuse University community and changed our world forever. Because of Pan Am Flight 103, this great University long ago experienced the searing pain of terrorism. Each day since then, we have paid respect to those victims and learned how to reassert and fight for our values of good in the face of evil.

Today, our hearts ache for our friends in France and for all the men, women, and children affected by yesterday’s terror attacks. It’s a feeling all too familiar for the Syracuse University community.

Today, we pray for the lives lost. We send our support to the family and friends of those who perished. And, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to the military and police for their quick response and their ongoing efforts to keep the people of France safe.

This evening, to show our support for those impacted, the Hall of Languages will be lit in the colors of the French flag.

As you know, Syracuse University is a global institution with eight overseas centers. Those centers host thousands of students studying abroad each year. The SU Abroad staff has been in touch with all their overseas directors and partners, all of whom are currently conducting welfare checks to confirm the safety and well-being of the University’s students, faculty and staff traveling in Paris and Europe.

SU Abroad will continue to monitor the situation and will provide regular updates on the SU Abroad home page.


Kent Syverud
Chancellor Kent Syverud

B’more Orange Holiday Party!

Join the B’more Orange gang for our fourth annual Holiday Party! This year we’ve stepped up our game a bit. We’ll be holding our event at the new Dinosaur BBQ!!!!

Wednesday, December 2nd
6:00pm – 9:00pm
1401 Fleet Street, Baltimore, MD

This is an foodie-friendly event. $25 wil get you many of the classic Dinosaur BBQ staples (both meat dishes and sides). We’ll also have a cash bar.

As usual, we’ll be collecting donations for the Living Classrooms.

Want to join us? Please purchase your tickets below and we hope to see you there!

From the Chancellor: A Privilege to Teach

Dear Orange Friends:

I have been teaching negotiation this semester with Maxwell doctoral candidate Hengel Reina, most recently in the format of a one-credit course offered for nine hours on a Saturday and four hours on a Sunday during the same weekend. The students come from almost all the schools and colleges of the University (with a plurality of law students). We have them negotiate and draft several agreements (a simple sales contract, an employment contract, a settlement of a dispute between a doctor, hospital, and patient). We compare the results of the simulations, review recordings of the students negotiating, and discuss ways to improve as an ethical negotiator.

We had 98 students from the Maxwell Public Administration and International Affairs master’s program in a short version of this course in early October. Our course in mid-October had another 65 students from around the University. I have taught this course at many universities, including Michigan, Penn, Cornell, Vanderbilt, Washington University, and Universidade Catholica in Lisbon.

Syracuse students were spectacular in the course—and they performed better on the exercises than all but one of the more than 25 other classes of students I have taught elsewhere. They are prepared, observant, savvy, and at times brilliant. They also are incredibly diverse in their backgrounds and experience, and they bring that to bear in all they do. It is such a privilege to teach here, and good to know our students stand up so well.


Kent Syverud
Chancellor Kent Syverud