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April 8, 2010 - 2:36pm
An email message from Chancellor Cantor informed the campus community Thursday about the death of first-year law student James "Jamie" H. Wood

James "Jamie" H. Wood, a law student at Syracuse University, died unexpectedly Wednesday after struggling with an illness, Chancellor Nancy Cantor said Thursday afternoon in an email message to the SU community.

Wood, a first-year law student, was 28-years-old.

The College of Law and Students Affairs are providing support to those who knew Jamie, Cantor said in the email. 

The Counseling Center, Hendrick's Chapel and the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program are also available to those in need of support, said Cantor.



April 6, 2010 - 6:25pm
With four days left there is still time to participate in Relay for Life

In four days the Carrier Dome will become one giant sleepover.  From 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. on April 10 the American Cancer Society and Syracuse University will partner for the annual Relay for Life.  This year's Relay will feature a Mr. & Mrs.

April 6, 2010 - 3:35pm
Zipped magazine partners with local shops for their new issue.

Zipped magazine is not only fashion savvy, they’ve got business smarts to boot. The SU fashion magazine is strutting into the local Syracuse community one local retailer at a time.

“Partnering with Syracuse stores introduces students to the fashions available locally, which we hope will help strengthen the connection between the students and the city,” says Katy Ann Lyons, the magazine's fashion editor.

April 5, 2010 - 11:42am
Syracuse University Alum and founder and chairman of Steiner Sports Marketing to speak at SU on Tuesday.

Brandon Steiner has done business with Derek Jeter, Joe Torre and Eli Manning.  Tuesday, he will return to his alma mater (class of 1981) and speak  about his experiences in the world of sports.

Steiner is the founder and chairman of Steiner Sports Marketing, the largest collectible inventory business of its kind in the U.S.  His visit is sponsored by the David B. Falk Center for Sports Management and is part of a series of guest speakers presented for the students of the Sports Management Club.

April 5, 2010 - 9:43am
Syracuse Fashion Month kicks off with Lights, Camera, Fashion on April 6th.

Maybe you saw the models promoting Syracuse Fashion Month take over the quad?  Here is a video if you missed it that shows the models and describes the events coming up!



April 4, 2010 - 7:37pm
Respected photographer speaks at Hendricks Chapel April 29

Famous photographer Annie Leibovitz will speak at  Hendricks Chapel Thursday April 29 at 7:30 p.m. Leibovitz's photography career began in 1970 at Rolling Stone where she was the chief photographer and shot the iconic cover photo of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

April 1, 2010 - 3:40pm
Maxwell hosts multicultural fair.

The International Relations Student Association hosted the "Cultures in Collaboration" Multicultural Fair at Maxwell on Thursday.  The fair became a fusion of food, song and dance as more than 20 campus and community groups set up booths. These featured the Haitian Student Association, Women Transcending Boundaries and the American Red Cross.

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:

April 1, 2010 - 9:21am
The 1st day of April, and a time to fool your friends.

APRIL FOOLS' DAY is here -- a day of pranks and laughs.

We Juice Bloggers would love to hear your stories from April Fools' Day.  We want to know your best pranks -- whether it be this year or years past. 

We might even choose a winner, and that winner will be deamed "Best Pranker for 2010." 

Let the games begin!

March 31, 2010 - 10:27pm
Doc's Little Gem Diner on the Westside shuts down due to financial troubles.

Doc's Little Gem Diner, a favorite for students and people throughout Syracuse, closed its doors Wednesday after struggling to climb out of bankruptcy.

The owner Francis "Doc" Good said he needed to expand the space in order to keep the restaurant afloat with the business of more customers, according to  Good said the smoking ban and tough economic times also kept customers away.