On the Spectrum (OTS) is hosting a trivia night on Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 7-9 p.m. in 114 Hall of Languages. The trivia night, which will celebrate one of the most prominent characteristics of autism, special interests, is hosted in collaboration with Active Minds, the Disability Student Union, the Disability Cultural Center and the Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee. At the trivia night, members of OTS will provide (totally unfair) questions based around the topics they love. Read the full article at SU News.
Marcelle Haddix, associate professor and chair of reading and language arts in the School of Education, is the creator and director of Writing our Lives, a program geared toward supporting the writing practices of urban youth within and beyond school contexts. In this edition of Innovation Orange, Haddix explains how the program benefits both student and teacher alike.
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An information session for the “Paris Noir: Literature, Art and Contemporary Life in Diaspora” summer study abroad program will be held Tuesday, Jan. 23, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in 219 Sims Hall. Read more about the program at SU News.
During this holiday season, 23 Syracuse University students and two advisors are headed to Puerto Rico to help in the recovery from the devastating impacts of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, which struck the island this past fall. Read more at SU News.
The Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) Program invites students to fill out an online interest form for our 2018 academic course offerings: SOC/WGS 230 and CFE 200. IGD is an educational model that brings together students from diverse backgrounds to engage in deep and meaningful conversation across social identities toward a place of action. Read more at SU News.
During her stay, poet, playwright and actor deGannes will present her original one-woman show titled “Door of No Return,” and will lead workshops on acting, writing, poetry and playwriting. Read more at SU News.