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Lydia Herne

is the assistant executive producer for the NewsHouse, and a graduate student in the multimedia, photography, and design program.



Rebecca Xu
From Asia to Syracuse

Rebecca Xu

Published On: June 11, 2021

As one of China's first 3D animators, the associate professor attended SU for graduate school to advance her design skills.

Chang Yoo
From Asia to Syracuse

Chang Geun Yoo

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SUNY-ESF professor, Chang Geun Yoo, grew up near a trade port in South Korea, which sparked his desire to travel and later study biofuels in the U.S.

Jian Qin
From Asia to Syracuse

Jian Qin

Published On: June 8, 2021

Before becoming an iSchool professor at Syracuse University, Qin received a degree in library science at Wuhan University.

Seth Bradford receives his Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Bradford is a barber and says that business has been booming in the past year. He’s excited to have the vaccine to give him and his customers some peace of mind.
Deconstructing The Divide

Worth a Shot

Published On: April 25, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic reinforces disparities when it comes to healthcare and treatment for minorities.

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Campus News

Coronavirus brings new normal to campus

Published On: October 8, 2020

Students are impacted by COVID-19 in more than one way this fall, including the extra stress of online learning and intense socializing restrictions.

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Music

Why virtual Juice Jam WON’T Suck

Published On: September 11, 2020

Online concerts are simply not the same as in-person shows, but there are a few reasons that JJ 2020 will still slap.

Nutrition Science grad student Melissa Navarro shows some Orange pride by wearing a mask adorned with oranges. "I bought the mask from my friend's Etsy shop and as soon as I saw the one with oranges and I couldn't resist."
Life & Style

Syracuse style: mask edition

Published On: August 31, 2020

Syracuse University students share the meaning behind their masks as they express their personal style.