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May 9, 2017 - 1:37pm
Starting from their initial salaries, female college students will most likely earn less than their male counterparts after graduation.

It’s 2017 and women, on average, still don’t get paid as much as men. That’s more than half a century after Congress enacted the Equal Pay Act in 1963.

May 12, 2016 - 2:18pm
Class of 2016 graduates are determined to find careers they love even if it means finding jobs that are unrelated to their undergraduate degrees.

The month of May brings the promise of summer for most college students. But for graduates, it is a blaring reminder that the end of their college careers have arrived and time is running out to find a job before graduation.

Most colleges require students to declare their major by their sophomore year, but how realistic is it to know what you want to do for the rest of your life before you are 20 years old?

January 7, 2013 - 12:43am
Syracuse University offers a number of one-year Master's degree programs. Undergrad and graduate students alike share their thoughts on how to best experience Syracuse University in that short amount of time.

Syracuse University is known for having a number of Master’s degree programs that can be completed in one year or less. This appeals to many applicants who desire an advanced degree, but who are eager to join the work force, and don’t want to spend years toiling away in a classroom. But for some, there is a downside to these short programs of study. Some graduate students feel that while they are getting an invaluable education, they are missing out on the SU experience.

November 2, 2012 - 1:19pm
As Election Day approaches, SU students and Syracuse-area voters say the economy tops their concerns.

Syracuse University students and area voters joined a chorus of other U.S. citizens by focusing on economic concerns as the presidential campaign heads into its final days.

The NewsHouse talked with dozens of SU students and local voters in upstate New York about their priorities, the political system and what may influence their decisions at the voting booth. The interviews were produced in conjunction with PBS NewsHour's "Listen to Me" project.

October 6, 2011 - 2:41pm
Steve Jobs taught me how to not be scared to dream big. I have learned to not fear failure, but to always try to innovate throughout my career.

On Wednesday, the world lost one of its most influential people to have ever lived: Steve Jobs.

Jobs battled pancreatic cancer since mid-2004 and was forced to take several medical leaves from his position as CEO of Apple to deal with his health. Throughout his arduous battle with cancer, Jobs maintained his charm, demeanor and style that elevated Apple to the status of an innovator, not just a technology developer.

May 12, 2010 - 4:46pm
After graduation, Syracuse University seniors will move across the United States and around the world in order to pursue their dreams.

The date has been circled on many seniors’ calendars. For the graduating class of 2010, May 16 marked the end of their academic career at Syracuse University.

For most, four years have come and gone quickly. Now, it all comes down to graduation, when a new beginning occurs. Whether it takes place in new cities, new states or new countries — geographic changes are in store.

February 1, 2010 - 10:21am
Learn the do’s and don’ts when meeting potential employers Thursday, plus Joe Blum’s advice for what not to do during an interview.

Think you have what it takes to work at Microsoft? How about the FBI? Find out Thursday when those join more than 60 other companies looking to hire at the SU Career Expo.

Debra Walker, assistant director for recruiting from SU’s Center for Career Services, provided several “Do's” and “Don’ts” for students interested in excelling at the fair and landing that dream job or internship.