Dear Orange Friends: Last week I sat in at the back of a lot of classes, including Introduction to Managerial Accounting (Whitman); Race, Gender, and the Media (Newhouse); Principles of Instruction and Learning (Education); and Introduction to Family Development (Falk). I will be sitting in on other classes in all   Read More ...

Dear Orange Friends: I am deeply grateful to a large group of Syracuse people who, over the course of the summer, worked hard to improve the physical infrastructure of our campus. There were times this summer when it was difficult to walk ten feet without dodging a construction project, but   Read More ...

Dear Orange Friends: On Ostrom Avenue, tucked into the upper floor of a building across the street from Thornden Park, is a Syracuse University program that teaches 10,000 students a year and that few know about. It is called Project Advance, which offers University classes to seniors at more than   Read More ...

B’more Orange wanted to ensure that you all saw the VERY well written article below on Chancellor Syverud from yesterday’s D.O. While not everyone has the same unfettered access to the Chancellor that many of the alumni leaders do, this gives the S.U. community a bit more insight into the Chancellor as both a person and leader of our   Read More ...

Hello everyone, Below is the latest message from the Chancellor. Enjoy!   Dear Orange Friends: Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure is known as a “problem play” because it raises more questions than it answers and defies categories, including those of comedy and tragedy. Syracuse University Drama students, under the direction of Professor Celia   Read More ...

Hello Everyone, Please enjoy the most recent E-Newsletter from Chancellor Kent Syverud. Dear Orange Friends: Last week I was fortunate to attend a symposium to celebrate the work and legacy of Professor Mĩcere Gĩthae Mũgo. Tributes honoring Professor Mũgo as she prepares to retire from Syracuse have streamed in from around   Read More ...

Join the B’more Orange gang for our third annual Holiday Party! This year we’ve stepped up our game a bit. We’ll be holding our event at the Frederick Douglass-Issac Meyers Maritime Museum. This year we’ll be collecting donations for the Living Classrooms’ CARE program that provides gifts to needy children   Read More ...

Do you want more Orange in your life? Are you a social media maniac? Then B’more Orange needs you. Below is a pdf with a short description of the social media coordinator position. B’more Orange Board Position – Social Media Coordinator If you think you would be a good fit,   Read More ...

Living Classrooms Foundation and Syracuse University to Host Taekwondo Syracuse University and Living Classrooms Foundation will host a taekwondo workshop for 30 student participants at its Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center campus. B’more Orange volunteers, Syracuse University Mid-Atlantic headquarters and Living Classrooms Foundation will host the third annual “Bhealthy.Bfit.Bmore” at   Read More ...

B’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.   Read More ...