Schine Student Center

November 30, 2011 - 10:51am
Quesadillas are the most popular food item ordered every day at the Schine Student Center.

There's something about those freshly grilled tortillas.

Ken Maliszewski, the manager of the Schine Student Center, says quesadillas are easy and fast to prepare for students and faculty. “I think they are sold the most because it has to do with something being made to order and cooked right in front of you, as well as they are cooked in less than five minutes,” he said.

Eva Jansen, 19, a sophomore at SU, goes to Schine to order a quesadilla nearly three times a week. “I come often because the quesadillas are delicious, big and filling,” she said.

April 28, 2010 - 12:24pm
The Campus Consciousness Tour is offering students the opportunity to score free tickets through volunteer work for the Drake-headlined Block Party Concert on Friday.

Reverb's Campus Consciousness Tour is looking for volunteers for Friday's Block Party Concert headlined by Drake in exchange for free tickets to the event.

The volunteers are asked to participate in Reverb's efforts to educate and mobilize students regarding environmental awareness. 

April 1, 2010 - 1:05pm
Tickets are on sale now at Schine Box Office for a number of upcoming events.

A new month and season brings a host of new events to campus.

Tickets are on sale at Schine Box Office for a number of upcoming events.  Here are some of the highlights:

October 8, 2009 - 1:33pm
A 'flash mob' staged by a Syracuse musical theater group provides the student center with an impromptu dance performance.

About a dozen Syracuse University students stopped people in their tracks Thursday afternoon with a “flash mob” dance performance at the Schine Student Center.

Flash mobs involve gathering a large people in a public place to perform or engage in an unusual activity. In 2008, dozens of students descended on the Quad to make snow angels.

August 31, 2009 - 12:47pm
The first day back at SU is filled with signs of nerves, excitement and determination.

Approaching the Syracuse University campus at 10 a.m. this morning, it seemed a bit too calm for the first day of the fall 2009 semester. Nearing the Schine Student Center, the bustle and excitement began to pick up.

The network of sidewalks outside of Schine was crawling with students making their way to and from class, texting on their cell phones, waving to familiar faces across the grass, and catching up with old friends. Two, three, four, five girls in a row drinking Dunkin’ Donuts iced coffee exited Schine, taking advantage of the warm weather while they still could.