Up All Night

November 7, 2012 - 2:14pm
A senior sculpture major spends his nights creating art in an SU studio, and he describes his experiences.

Some people are early birds, and some are night owls.

Jeffrey Klinger, a senior sculpture and management major at Syracuse University, likes to spend his nights creating art.

Klinger’s favorite sculpture is a metal octopus. He created the piece in his junior year at SU using pieces of steel, which were forged and welded.

November 5, 2012 - 2:38pm
Orange After Dark programs hosted off campus let students have fun on weekend nights without spending a lot of money.

Orange After Dark is late-night programming that offers healthy, safe, and fun events for students on weekend nights. Originally started by the Office of Residence Life at Syracuse University in 2010, the Orange After Dark committee was formed to create alternative programming for a low price in order to make it accessible to the greatest number of students.

November 5, 2012 - 2:00pm
Jose Rincon enjoys working for Late Night at the Gym.

Jose Rincon, a fitness center attendant for Late Night at the Gym, needed to get a job during the hours he was always free, and that happened to be late at night on the weekends. Originally, Rincon was hired as an attendant at all the gyms during daytime and early evening hours, but he realized that with schoolwork and extracurricular activities required for his major—health and exercise science—Late Night at the Gym shifts were a perfect match.