A report on Syracuse University

Crouse College, a Romanesque building completed in 1889, housed the first College of Fine Arts in the U.S. It is now the home of the College of Visual and Performing Arts and the Setnor School of Music.
Genesee Wesleyan Seminary
Belva Lockwood was the second woman, (after Victoria Woodhull), to run for President of the United States.
Left to right: Hall of Languages and [[Ranke Library|
Von Ranke Library]]
First Annual Class of Syracuse University.
Stephen Crane (front row, center) sits with baseball teammates on the steps of the Hall of Languages, Syracuse University, 1891.
From left to right: Bowne Hall, Carnegie Library, Archbold Gymnasium
The Old Row, campus of Syracuse University, 1920
SU's Flight 103 Memorial
Mosaic in honor of wrongfully executed Sacco and Vanzetti, installed on the east wall of Huntington Beard Crouse Hall, by Ben Shahn.
Lubin House in Manhattan
Created in 1934 by Anna Hyatt Huntington and donated to the university, Diana graces the entrance to Carnegie Library.
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
Slocum Hall, The School of Architecture
The statue of Abraham Lincoln outside the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Hinds Hall, The School of Information Studies, view from north
The CitrusTV control room during a taping of CitrusTV News
Pi Chapter House of Psi Upsilon Fraternity
Syracuse University rowing crew, 1910 on Onondaga Lake
JMA Dome, campus view
Joe Biden '68, 46th President of the United States
Kathy Hochul '80, 57th Governor of New York
James B Cunningham '74, former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan
Al Waleed bin Talal  '85, Saudi businessman, investor, and a member of the Saudi royal family
Sultan bin Salman Al Saud '99, Saudi prince
Eileen Collins  '78, the first female Space Shuttle pilot and commander
George Saunders  '88, American writer
Stephen Crane, American writer (did not graduate)
Joyce Carol Oates  '60, American author
Dick Clark  '51, radio and television personality
Megyn Kelly  '92, political commentator, and news anchor
Ted Koppel  '60, broadcast journalist
Mike Tirico  '88, American sportscaster
Bob Costas  '74, American sportscaster
Vanessa Williams  '86, national recording artist and actor
Peter Falk  '53, actor and comedian
Vera Farmiga  '95, actress, director, and producer
Aaron Sorkin  '83, playwright and screenwriter
Jerry Stiller  '50, actor and comedian
Lou Reed  '64, musician and songwriter
Drew Taggart  '12, member of The Chainsmokers
Jim Brown  '57, Football Hall of Fame halfback
Sultan bin Salman Al Saud '99, Saudi prince
Ted Koppel  '60, broadcast journalist
Bob Costas  '74, American sportscaster
Aaron Sorkin  '83, playwright and screenwriter

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Syracuse, New York

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City in and the county seat of Onondaga County, New York, United States.

City in and the county seat of Onondaga County, New York, United States.

View of the Boulevard c. 1908
Syracuse's weather averages
Skyline from northwest, showing downtown at left to Syracuse University's Carrier Dome at right
State University of New York Upstate Medical University (above); Upstate is ranked No. 35 Best Large Employer in America by Forbes.
Upstate Children's Hospital at Upstate Medical University
State Tower Building on Clinton Square
The 26 Syracuse neighborhoods
Syracuse University's Crouse College
The Niagara Mohawk Building (now owned by National Grid USA), an example of art deco, listed in 2010 on the National Register of Historic Places
Everson Museum of Art
Syracuse's four interstate highways link the city with its suburbs and other cities throughout the country.
The flag of Syracuse flies over Clinton Square
Syracuse City Hall
County Courthouse at Columbus Circle
Patch of the Syracuse Fire Department
NBT Bank Stadium is home to the Syracuse Mets baseball team.
Syracuse University's football team plays its games in the JMA Dome.
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alt=|Erie Canal in Syracuse
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alt=|Fayette Street
alt=|Onondaga Creekwalk
alt=|Green Lakes State Park
alt=|Green Lakes State Park
alt=|Winter in Syracuse
alt=|Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
alt=|Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
alt=|Assumption Church
alt=|St. John the Baptist Greek Catholic Church
alt=|First Baptist Church
alt=|Saint Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
Armory Square
alt=|Columbus Circle, Syracuse, NY
alt=|Franklin Square, Syracuse
Franklin Square
alt=|Buildings in Downtown
alt=|Gere Bank Building
alt=|Hotel Syracuse Downtown
alt=|South Salina Street Downtown Historic District
alt=|South Salina Street Downtown Historic District
alt=|The Amos Block building in downtown
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alt=|Upper Onondaga Park in Strathmore
alt=|Inner harbor at Onondaga Lake
alt=|Onondaga Lake Park
alt=|Skaneateles lake

Syracuse is home to Syracuse University, SUNY Upstate Medical University, SUNY ESF, and Le Moyne College.

Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

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Abraham Lincoln Statue in front of the Maxwell School by James Earle Fraser.

The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (Maxwell School) is the professional public policy school at Syracuse University.

S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications

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Yates Castle originally housed the School of Journalism
Newhouse 1, Designed by I. M. Pei

The S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications is the communications school at Syracuse University.

Syracuse Orange

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Syracuse University men's rowing team, 1914
Syracuse Orange football, 2006
Syracuse Orange men's basketball (Dion Waiters)
Syracuse Orange men's lacrosse, vs. Army, 2010
Syracuse University baseball team, the "Ball Nine" in 1888.
Remodeled JMA Wireless Dome 2021
Manley Field House
Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion
Drumlins Country Club in the 1920s
Archbold Stadium
Syracuse University crewman (1905)
Jim Brown
Larry Csonka
Gary Gait

The Syracuse Orange are the athletic teams that represent Syracuse University.

State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry

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Specialized, doctoral-degree granting institution in Syracuse, New York.

Specialized, doctoral-degree granting institution in Syracuse, New York.

Hunter Mountain, Twilight (1866) by Hudson River school artist Sanford Robinson Gifford, showing the devastation wrought by years of tanbarking and logging.
Syracuse University, College of Forestry (Bray Hall)
"Young Abe Lincoln on Horseback", sculpture by Anna Hyatt Huntington, on the ESF campus
Autumn colors, Bray Hall
Centennial Hall
SUNY-ESF Ranger School, Wanakena
Newcomb campus, c. 1973
Heiberg Forest classroom, Tully
Front entrance, Marshall Hall
The 'Robin Hood Oak' (Q. robur), direct descendant of Major Oak, of Sherwood Forest, England
The Gateway Center's green roof/ garden (foreground)
Gateway Center
Jahn Laboratory
Illick Hall
Baker Laboratory
Marshall Hall
Walters Hall
Moon Library

ESF is immediately adjacent to Syracuse University, within which it was founded, and with which it maintains a special relationship.

Syracuse Orange football

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Frank "Buck" O'Neill in 1901
Syracuse football player with Syracuse University behind him (ca. 1903)
Ben Schwartzwalder and QB Dick Easterly, December 5, 1959 at UCLA.
Old Archbold Stadium in 1970s
Coach Pasqualoni
Coach Doug Marrone and Floyd Little during training camp at Fort Drum (New York)
Jim Brown '57, Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame tailback
Plaque on statue of Ernie Davis, Ernie Davis Academy, Elmira, New York
Floyd Little
Syracuse band performing at Super Bowl XLVIII
Syracuse helmet design history
Current helmets worn by the Orange
Statue of Ernie Davis, the Heisman Trophy winner, on the Quad
Larry Csonka
Dwight Freeney
Donovan McNabb at the 1999 NFL Draft
Marvin Harrison, Hall of Fame WR
Chandler Jones
All-Decade (2000s) NFL Executive Scott Pioli
Archbold Stadium seating stands in 1914
Archbold Stadium arch entrance (1922)
The JMA Dome (2021)
The JMA Dome interior
JMA Wireless Dome

The Syracuse Orange football team represents Syracuse University in the sport of American football.

Syracuse University College of Law

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Dineen Hall in Winter 2015
Onondaga County courthouse at Columbus Circle in downtown Syracuse
46th and current president of the United States Joe Biden L'68

Syracuse University College of Law (SUCOL) is a Juris Doctor degree-granting law school of Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York.

Atlantic Coast Conference

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Collegiate athletic conference located in the eastern United States.

Collegiate athletic conference located in the eastern United States.

Commissioner John Swofford

Current members of the conference are Boston College, Clemson University, Duke University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Florida State University, North Carolina State University, Syracuse University, the University of Louisville, the University of Miami, the University of North Carolina, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and Wake Forest University.

Syracuse Orange men's basketball

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The 1917–18 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team, named NCAA national champions
Hall of Famer guard Dave Bing
2003 NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship Trophy
Carmelo Anthony with the New York Knicks
Coach Jim Boeheim
Carrier Dome, 2013 vs. Louisville
Madison Square Garden in New York City
Carmelo Anthony with the Knicks
Wesley Johnson (basketball)
Dion Waiters
Jerami Grant
Hakim Warrick
Michael Carter-Williams
Malachi Richardson
Billy Gabor's No. 17 was retired
Carmelo Anthony with Team USA in the Olympics
C.J. Fair and Rakeem Christmas, 2014 NCAA Trounament

The Syracuse Orange men's basketball program is an intercollegiate men's basketball team representing Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York.

JMA Wireless Dome in 2020

JMA Wireless Dome

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JMA Wireless Dome in 2020
JMA Wireless Dome (then known as the Carrier Dome) in 2021
JMA Wireless Dome during a Syracuse men's Basketball game
Syracuse Crunch and Utica Comets compete in the Frozen Dome Classic on November 22, 2014
Football inside the JMA Wireless Dome before 2020 remodel
Original Carrier Dome
JMA Wireless Dome roof following the 2020 remodel

The JMA Wireless Dome, formerly known as the Carrier Dome from its opening in 1980 through 2022 and colloquially called "The Dome", is a domed sports stadium located on the campus of Syracuse University in the University Hill neighborhood of Syracuse, New York.