Monthly Archives: May 2012

Equity Productions Foster Student Success In The Theater World

Working Towards Their Future Careers By Brianna Couture Originally reported on May 1, 2012 Syracuse(NCC News) – Acting is a tough profession, competition is fierce and roles are very selective. Theater students and professors say the College of Visual and Performing … Continue reading

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Community College Quick-Starts Student-Firefighters’ Careers

“Bunk-Ins” work as firefighters while attending school By: Sammi Charen, James Gloria, Mark Hazlett Syracuse (NCC News) — While many college students in the Syracuse area are only concerned with getting through school and enjoying life, students taking part in … Continue reading

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Schools Try to Fight Hazing

Greeks fight back with secrecy By Aaron Avalos, Alexandra Bauman, and Jordan King Syracuse(NCC News) – On the morning of February 25, 2011 the cleaning man for Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Cornell University, walked into the house to find George … Continue reading

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Lockhart Finds Place As Crunch Broadcaster

But NHL Remains Goal By: Katie Adler and David Fine SYRACUSE (NCC News) – Game days are long for Jason Lockhart. He is at the War Memorial ten hours before game time to interview players and coaches, make game preview videos … Continue reading

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Progress Report: Mixed Reviews for Say Yes

Graduation Rates Show Little Improvement By Sean Farrell, Alexandra Curtis, and Seth Kornfeld (NCC News)–Say Yes to Education in Syracuse isn’t as simple as it seems. In 1987, philanthropist George Weiss founded Say Yes to Education when he promised 112 … Continue reading

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Former Student Anti-Vietnam War Activist Says He Was Wrong

Mark Rudd changes his attitude toward violent political protests Today, students are discovering new ways to protest and mobilize Reported by Nick Cardona and Cara Johnson SYRACUSE (NCC News) – Mark Rudd says he was wrong. Forty-four years ago, the United … Continue reading

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Adderall: “The Great American Drug”

Increasing Accessibility of Drug Becoming a Problem on College Campuses Reported by: Brian Cheung, Jennifer Greene, and Peter Quintana Syracuse (NCC News)  —  As the semester winds down and approaches its end, the workload for students across college campuses nationwide begins … Continue reading

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