SU community reflects on 20th anniversary of 9/11 terror attacks, looks towards future
With Saturday's 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, SU community members reflect on their own experiences with this tragedy.
SU’s Intelligence++ competition promotes inclusive design
The Wheelchair QB: An entrepreneurship course has students without disabilities collaborating on innovative solutions with InclusiveU students.
The Safety Net
COVID in the Community: Michael Collins is commissioner of the Syracuse Department of Neighborhood and Business Development.
The Overseas Professor
COVID in the Community: SU Professor Brian Brege was a fellow at Harvard’s Villa I Tatti Institute in Florence when COVID-19 hit.
The Political Activist
COVID in the Community: Noah Goldmann is an SU student who worked on a Senate campaign last year.
The Worm Lady
COVID in the Community: Dottie Brill is an SU student who worked at a local bug farm in Pennsylvania to keep busy during the pandemic.
Adam Sudmann is a restaurant manager in Syracuse.
The High School Teacher
COVID in the Community: Joe Bennett is a physics teacher at Nottingham High School in Syracuse.
Women with disabilities shift narrative around disability awareness
The Wheelchair QB: Helena Schmidt, who has cerebral palsy, and Alison Gilmore, SU sport analytics freshman, use their disabilities to their advantage through advocacy.
The Funeral Director
Marie Farone is the funeral director and co-owner of Farone & Son Funeral Home in Syracuse.