Fall '21 Magazine
Taking Back History, Owning the Future: the A&S Ethos
Earlier this fall, nearly 150 Arts and Sciences graduates attended their pandemic-delayed 2020 Commencement. Returning to campus months after their studies ended shows how connected these young alumni are to the A&S community of achievement. Like the generations of A&S students who came before them, and those who will come after, these students had a fire to make the world healthier, more hopeful and more human. In this issue, you'll see so many examples of the A&S family doing just that by addressing past injustices and solving today's challenges. We all may bleed orange, but all A&S hearts beat with the ethos of intellectual fearlessness and ethical action.
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Taking Back History
A&S scholars are uncovering historic and cultural truths around the world, thanks to some of the nation’s most preeminent fellowships.
Honoring Lives Lost
Syracuse students take action to help a relative of Holocaust victims learn about his family’s past.
Researchers in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders use state-of-the-art technology to understand and address communication challenges.
Energy and Momentum
Faculty, local teachers and high school students share their passion for physics.