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Syracuse University’s quad is rarely empty this time of year, as students soak up the fleeting summer heat before the infamous Syracuse winter sets in.
U100 tour guides can be spotted leading herds of prospective students and their parents (and often a few, less impressed younger siblings) in and out of buildings across campus. Small groups of students work on their laptops in the shade provided by nearby trees. Some professors are even opting to conduct classes outdoors.
The University has also hosted several back-to-school activities on the quad, in the Carrier Dome, and at Schine Student Center. Among these events, the Involvement Fair tends to draw in the largest crowd. Campus organizations boost engagement by showing off what they do and how students can get involved.
Whether they’re tabling for their favorite club, taking the scenic route to class, sunbathing on a bench, or playing games in the grass, students are milking every second of sunshine while it lasts.