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Getting to Know: Kevin Heffernan

Kevin Heffernan has always been excited about exercise. In high school and college he was active in many sports, and his sports training led to a love of weight lifting....
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Mural Unveiling and Presentation to Be Held at Seymour Academy March 20

601 Tully: Center for Engaged Art and Research, the Central New York Community Foundation, and the Seymour Dual Language Academy will host the Nature Matching System mural unveiling and curriculum...
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School of Education to Host 2014 Equity and Social Justice Conference March 1

The School of Education will host the seventh annual Conference on Equity and Social Justice (ESJ) on Saturday, March 1, at the Sheraton Syracuse University Conference Center. The theme of...
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In Memoriam: Alumna Dr. Bessie Cooper-Noble

Dr. Bessie Cooper-Noble, G’73 (Ph.D. Elementary Education), an orator, educator, author, humanitarian, 94, of Port St. John, Florida, died on February 7, 2014, with family by her side. She was...
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601 Tully presents ‘Getting to Know You’ Exhibition

601 Tully, the center for engaged art and research on Syracuse’s Near West Side, presents a multi-artist art exhibition, “Getting to Know You” (GTKY), featuring work by damali abrams, Fanny...
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CFE alumna appointed Hiram College 22nd President

Hiram, Ohio, Feb. 4, 2014 – The Hiram College Board of Trustees has elected Dr. Lori Varlotta as the 22nd president of the institution. Varlotta, 50, is the first woman...
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Farewell to Dean Douglas Biklen

On January 31, 2014, Doug Biklen retired from the School of Education after over 40 years as a faculty member and 9 years as Dean. Friends and colleagues of Doug...
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601 Tully Announces Spring Programming for Young People

601 Tully, the center for engaged artistic practice on Syracuse’s Near West Side, is looking for registrants and volunteers for its spring 2014 programs. A series of free eco-art classes...
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In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus Daniel Sage

Daniel Sage, 86, of Fayetteville, died on Sunday, January 12. Born in Table Rock, Oregon, where his family had been pioneers, he lived in the Syracuse area for the last...
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Call for Proposals: Disability-Themed Comic Symposium: ‘Cripping’ the Comic Con 2014

Back again for its second year is the highly anticipated symposium “Cripping” the Comic Con. This year’s theme, “Take Away the Suit and What Are You?” provides participants with the...
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