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Syracuse Symposium Announces ‘Perspective’ Theme, Fall Lineup

“Perspective” is the theme of this fall’s Syracuse SymposiumTM, organized and presented by the Syracuse University Humanities Center in the College of Arts and Sciences. The schedule includes presentations by Yellow Birds author Kevin Powers, religion and Native American Studies professor Philip Arnold, English professor Chris Kennedy G’88, and Women’s and Gender Studies professor Vivian May.

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Living the Dream: Nedda Sarshar

Nedda Sarshar ‘17, grew up in Toronto, but now calls Syracuse home. A dual major in English and in Citizenship and Civic Engagement, Sarshar says being a student at Syracuse University is a dream come true.

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Student Spotlight: Christina Tiberio

Christina Tiberio ‘16, a Seattle native is majoring in English and Textual Studies and minoring in Italian. Though she’s a long way from home, she is determined to make the most of her time at Syracuse University.

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