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Marcelle Haddix: Inspired by Community

Professor Marcelle Haddix appears in a warmly lit room and smiles at the unseen audience on the other side of her screen. You are a writer, she tells them. “You...
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Evan Starling-Davis: A Playwright’s Journey Comes Full Circle

Evan Starling-Davis’ G’20 journey of discovery began when he saw the first play he wrote performed in the Young Playwrights’ Festival at Syracuse Stage. He started to understand the depths...
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A League of Their Own: RLA alumni band together to offer top-tier professional development

In 2015, Maria Murray G’96, G’09 was on the precipice of giving up her 20-year career in education to move to Kentucky to pursue a new life as an alpaca...
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Cultivating an International Student Community

International students enrich the School of Education’s community by contributing unique global perspectives. 35 countries are represented in the School of Education’s student body. “Being in the same classroom and...
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Meet Sibling Students Jack and Ellie Legg

Orange families are a special part of the Syracuse University story. However, until a few years ago, Jack and Ellie Legg, from Skaneateles, NY, may not have had an opportunity...
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Writing Our Lives nurtures young writers online

In October 2019 the Writing Our Lives program marked its 10 year anniversary in the Syracuse community. From its early days in the community rooms of libraries with handfuls of...
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School of Education Announces New Center on Disability and Inclusion

Bringing together decades of leadership into one collaborative center, the School of Education has announced the new Center on Disability and Inclusion (CDI). Formed to advance inclusive education and disability rights, and...
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Gala Hughley G’20: A model teacher in the time of COVID

When the COVID-19 pandemic brought instruction in classrooms to a halt this spring, many educators had to approach their craft in ways they had probably never imagined. For Gala Hughley...
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Student Support Services Awarded $2 Million in Federal Funding to Help Students Succeed

The U.S. Department of Education has announced that Syracuse University will receive a federal Student Support Services (SSS) grant of $2,059,465 over five years to help more students succeed in...
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Allen Berger ’57, G’66: Lifelong Learner

It’s been more than 70 years since Allen Berger ’57, G’66 entered kindergarten in Utica, New York. And he’s still taking classes. “I’m either a slow learner or a lifelong...
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