Put in your two cents

Would you like to take a more active role in the Club? If so, then join us for our quarterly meeting! We’ll be discussing upcoming events for the summer, board election results, the updated Club charter, communications reports, community outreach developments, and more.

The meeting will be held April 10th at 6pm. Location is TBD. Please check back soon for updates.

If you’d like to join us, please email David Slotnick so that we can ensure you have a chair at the table.

“Revenge is a dish best served cold.”

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Join B’more Orange – Syracuse University Alumni of Baltimore to cheer on the #19 Orange at DogWatch Tavern in Fell’s Point on Friday night. Tip-off is at 7:00pm against Georgetown for the third time this season. So, come out early and join your fellow Orange! This is the final Big East Tournament as we know it.
YOU MUST Wear your Orange gear and take advantage of Syracuse specials!
$2 Miller Light, Natty Boh, Yuengling drafts
$4 Fat Tire and Blue Moon
$5 Syracuse Orange Crush (stoli)
$4 O Bomb (stoli)
$6 burger and chips
$6 Veggie Burger
$6 Wings
$5 Loaded fries
$6 Grilled veggie and pesto sandwich

SU v. Johns Hopkins Lacrosse

Join B’more Orange as we cheer on the ‘Cuse in lacrosse against our arch rival Johns Hopkins!

There will be drink and food specials at our usual location DogWatch Tavern on Saturday, March 16th @ 1pm.

YOU MUST Wear your Orange gear and take advantage of Syracuse specials!

$2 Miller Light, Natty Boh, Yuengling drafts
$4 Fat Tire and Blue Moon
$5 Syracuse Orange Crush (stoli)
$4 O Bomb (stoli)
$6 burger and chips
$6 Veggie Burger
$6 Wings
$5 Loaded fries
$6 Grilled veggie and pesto sandwich

Big East Tourney – Game 2

Join B’more Orange – Syracuse University Alumni of Baltimore to cheer on the #19 Orange at DogWatch Tavern in Fell’s Point on Thursday afternoon. Tip-off is at 2:00pm against either Pittsburgh. So, come out early and join your fellow Orange! This is the final Big East Tournament as we know it.

YOU MUST Wear your Orange gear and take advantage of Syracuse specials! You can purchase our new B’more Orange Alumni Club shirts at the event!

$2 Miller Light, Natty Boh, Yuengling drafts
$4 Fat Tire and Blue Moon
$5 Syracuse Orange Crush (stoli)
$4 O Bomb (stoli)
$6 burger and chips
$6 Veggie Burger
$6 Wings
$5 Loaded fries
$6 Grilled veggie and pesto sandwich

Big East Tourney – Game 1

Join B’more Orange – Syracuse University Alumni of Baltimore to cheer on the #19 Orange at DogWatch Tavern in Fell’s Point on Wednesday afternoon. Tip-off is at 2:00pm against either South Florida or Seton Hall. So, come out early and join your fellow Orange! This is the final Big East Tournament as we know it.

YOU MUST Wear your Orange gear and take advantage of Syracuse specials! You can purchase our new B’more Orange Alumni Club shirts at the event!

$2 Miller Light, Natty Boh, Yuengling drafts
$4 Fat Tire and Blue Moon
$5 Syracuse Orange Crush (stoli)
$4 O Bomb (stoli)
$6 burger and chips
$6 Veggie Burger
$6 Wings
$5 Loaded fries
$6 Grilled veggie and pesto sandwich

Volunteering at BARCS for National Orange Day

BMORE Orange is lending a hand at BARCS Animal Shelter
Saturday March 23
9am-1230

After a tour of the facility and petting some doggies and kitties we’ll get started with helping around the building. Tasks may include landscaping, raking, picking up trash at the shore line (they’re right on the water), and laundry.

Wear long pants and flat, closed-toed shoes.  Must have current medical insurance and be over 18.
Our group is limited to 8 volunteers.
Email Cara Gardner if interested: cara.gardner@bmoreorange.org

And we can grab lunch/drinks afterwards, location tbd.

We need your Vote!

Though it isn’t November, our B’more Orange Board elections are here and we want to know what you think.

Simply fill out the form below and make your voice heard!

Cara Gardner

Class of 2000, Board of Directors Nominee

Cara Gardner, the PR Coordinator at GEA Process Engineering, spends her days planning conferences across the U.S. and designing ads for the glamorous industry of stainless steel processing systems. She has also done event planning for a law firm and a sports event company.

A natural leader and organizer, Cara readily steps up and takes charge when planning is involved. With over 15 years of retail experience (5 years in retail management), she truly understands the importance of listening to and meeting the needs of clients.

In her time off, she’ll be the first to tell you she doesn’t let the grass grow beneath her feet. She discovered running as a hobby in 2010, and ran her first marathon in 2011. Since then, Cara has also run seven mud obstacle races (Tough Mudders and Spartans) in 4 different states. One highlight in her experiences at Syracuse was that she did the pilot episode of Who Wants to be a Millionaire with Regis Philbin.

Cara graduated from Syracuse University in 2000 with a B.F.A in Advertising Design (V.P.A) and a minor in Communications Photography (Newhouse). Since joining the Club, she has acted as the Club’s Social Director organizing many of the B’more Orange events.

Davis Maloy

Class of 1992, Board of Directors Nominee

Davis is a Program Manager for Microsoft’s National Security Group. He graduated Syracuse with a degree in Speech Communication (now Communication and Rhetorical Studies) and was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. An avid sports fan, you could always find him somewhere in the Dome on game day.

When he’s am not busy working (which is rare), he love spending time with my family, usually reading books together. Davis is excited with the number of Orange fans we have in the Baltimore area, and the momentum we are gaining in increasing involvement in the Alumni Association. Davis has been an integral part of the Club as the Assistant Secretary for the past year.

Kaitlin Brennan

Class of 2009, Board of Directors Nominee

Born and raised in Baltimore, Kaitlin ventured up I-83 without a clue as to what “lake effect” meant. She quickly learned. While at Syracuse, Kaitlin earned a dual Policy Studies and History degree from the Maxwell School.

After moving back to Baltimore in 2009, Kaitlin has worked in research and the non-profit sector. She recently started working for the Green and Healthy Homes Initiative as a Community Outreach and Education Coordinator. Kaitlin is currently pursuing a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Baltimore.

After meeting fellow Alumni living in Baltimore, Kaitlin started working with the Club and has been a dedicated Bmore Orange ever since. She’s helped to organize many of the service/charitable events in her role as Community Outreach Director.

Sarah Nelson-Balonis

Class of 2005, Board of Directors Nominee

When she was growing up, she wanted to be tall. However, Sarah’s stature is in no way representative of the big ideas she brings to the table.

Born and raised in Rochester, only 65 miles from Syracuse, Sarah earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Communication Design in 2005. She was a member of the goon squad helping to move Freshmen into the dorms, and was also a tour guide for the School of Art & Design.

Since moving to Baltimore in 2005, Sarah has worked at numerous different creative firms and agencies in the area. Currently, she is a Senior Designer and Project Manager at Novak Birch just south of Federal Hill in Baltimore. Sarah has been working with the alumni club for over a year as the Communications Director sending out eNewsletters, eMail blasts, and building the new website.

Lauren Seelbach

Class of 2010, Membership Coordinator Nominee

While at Syracuse, Lauren studied Civil Engineering with a minor in Strategic Management. She was involved in the student chapters of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Tau Beta Pi and Chi Epsilon. She was also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity. She graduated in 2010.

Presently, Lauren is a project engineer at URS Corporation in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. She is also active on the Young Alumni Board for SU’s College of Engineering. She’s excited about the great strides the Baltimore SU alumni chapter has made recently, and looks forward to being considered for the position of Membership Coordinator.

Please feel free to contact us through our contact page. We welcome anyone that would like to be more involved.

Thank you in advance for your vote!