interactive

March 22, 2017 - 12:25pm
From the Carrier Dome to the chancellor's house, this immersive project provides a glimpse of campus life from the perspective of SU students.

If you've ever wanted to step inside Chancellor Kent Syverud’s residence, get a taste of Faegan’s Tuesday Night Beer Tour and cheer on the men’s basketball team right from the Carrier Dome student section, here is your chance with an interactive project that revolves around several 360-degree and virtual reality videos.

August 30, 2011 - 10:21am
The sun may have set on summer but SU students had plenty of stories to share from their vacation on the first day of classes.

Syracuse University students across the country found ways to keep themselves busy this past summer, with activities ranging from internships to traveling, waitressing jobs to playing lawn games in their free time.

The NewsHouse talked Monday to dozens of students from different states, asking what they filled their summer days with. Activities varied from coast to coast, with no real pattern surfacing.

Dan Klamm, marketing and communications coordinator for the SU’s Career Services, said he’s not surprised.