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

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

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Dinner with Dean Kavajecz

Dr. Kenneth A. KavajeczB’more Orange proudly presents Dinner with the Dean – an evening with Dr. Kenneth A. Kavajecz

September 4th, 2014 from 6:00pm – 10:00pm at the Mt. Washington Tavern (5700 Newbury St, Baltimore, MD 21209)

Dr. Kenneth A. Kavajecz is the 17th dean of the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. Prior to coming to Syracuse University in July 2013, he was a professor of finance and chairman for the department of finance at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The dinner will be held at the Mt. Washington Tavern where Dean Kavajecz will speak about numerous topics including, but not limited to: his research and service at the Federal Reserve, his personal contact with Alan Greenspan amidst the housing bubble crisis, and his insights as a securities exchange expert serving on the Economic Advisory Board for the National Association of Securities Dealers and as an assistant economist at the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Kavajecz has focused much of his research on the structure of financial markets, with expertise in liquidity, trading, risk management, market structure and regulation. His work has been published in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, and the Review of Financial StudiesHe has a stategy for investing in the coming cllimate of rising inflation, and what to do if inflation does get out of hand.

Academic awards received by Kavajecz include the 2000 Financial Management Association best micro structure paper award, the 2008 Gaumnitz Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award at the Wisconsin School of Business, and the 1998 David W. Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching in the undergraduate division at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Kavajecz holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an M.S. and Ph.D. in finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Kavajecz has served on the Economic Advisory Board for the National Association of Securities Dealers and has worked as an assistant economist at the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System.

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Join us for the S.U. Alumni Appreciation Event!

You’re invited to the Syracuse University Alumni Club Member Appreciation Celebration on Tuesday, May 13, from 6:30-9 p.m. at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club.

The evening will recognize and celebrate the members of the SU Alumni Club of Washington, D.C., and B’more Orange, the SU Alumni Club of Greater Baltimore.

Entertainment will include Emmy-nominated voice actor Kevin Michael Richardson ’88 and music by The Charles Woods ’72 Jazz Trio.

Door prizes will benefit club scholarships. Space is limited; register here: http://invite.syr.edu/membershipappreciation.

B’more Orange 2013 Holiday Party

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19th

Join fellow alumni on Thursday , December 19th at Ropewalk Tavern in Federal Hill. The party will have good food and support a good cause.

This year the Club will be supporting the Living Classrooms CARE Holiday Toy Drive, directly helping children at the Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center. Because the toy donations are needed before 12/19, we are asking for monetary donations on behalf of the Living Classrooms CARE program. All donations will be collected at the event.

The Club will be providing appetizers and the bar will offer Happy Hour specials from 7-10pm. If you would like to join us, please RSVP to Cara Gardner (cara.gardner@bmoreorange.org) or via Facebook. Hope to see you there!

SUcess in the City

SUcess in the City

SU in DC will be hosting their annual networking event to connect alumni of all ages in the DC area. Specifically it will focus on sparking professional relationships between established alumni and young alumni that are working or hope to work in the DC metropolitan area.

Those attending are part of a wide variety of different industries, happy to give advise and answer questions about careers in the DC area. There will also be stations set up covering the following:

  • Resume tips (please bring hard copies of your resume)
  • local Alumni Clubs including B’more Orange
  • Social Media Networking

The event will be held on June 4th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in the Empire Ballroom. If you’d like to attend, please register here. Registration is free!

A DC Party in Baltimore

On March 21st we all joined for a get together with our Washington, DC alumni. Connected with old friends, met some new friends and heard about what is happening with the University. Brief remarks by Richard L. Thompson G’67, the chairman of the Syracuse University Board of Trustees.

Below are just a few photos from the mixer.