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    The NEXT MEETING OF THE CNY ORANGE ALUMNI CLUB is Thursday, February 13 at 5:30 p.m. at Rachel’s Restaurant in the Sheraton University Inn, 801 University Ave. All meetings of CNY Orange are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Mark your calendar for CNY Orange meetings on: March 12, April 9, May 14 and June 11 (the Annual Meeting).

    All SU alumni are welcome to attend. Please join us and share your ideas for how we can better build our Orange community.

  • ORANGE NIGHT OUT – Wednesday, January 22

    Join your fellow alumni on January 22 at the Pizza Man Restaurant in Baldwinsville for a game watch as the SU men’s basketball team meets Notre Dame.

  • CNY ORANGE NETWORKING EVENT – Wednesday, January 29

    On Wednesday, January 29 we will from 5:30-7 p.m. at Rachel’s Restaurant in the Sheraton University Inn, we will learn about Syracuse University’s new initiative, The SOURCE – Syracuse Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Engagement. Funded by a $1 million Invest Syracusecommitment, The SOURCE is a new center for undergraduate research. Since it’s dedication ceremony in March 2019, The SOURCE has awarded 167 grants to support research supplies and materials, summer living expenses, and travel for Undergraduate research encompassing all fields. Creative work, professional projects, lab research, visual or textual analysis, performance are all united by a spirit of systematic inquiry and ability to ground the work in the existing literature, discipline, or artistic tradition. Through faculty-guided research and creative inquiry, students shift from being recipients of knowledge to participating in the creation of new knowledge.

    Kate Hanson, director of The SOURCE, will share the benefits of undergraduate research for students, faculty, and the University and other updates from The SOURCE. She will be joined by two dynamic student researchers, Marissa Brown (neuroscience and biology, A&S, ’20) and Ohemaa Dixon (art photography, VPA ’20). Marissa’s work with Prof. Kevin Antshel investigates how ADHD symptoms in young adults are related to abilities for empathy and emotion regulation, and how they play a role in the formation and maintenance of social relationships. Ohemaa’s interdisciplinary approach to creative research combines research and theory with visual practices. Her project with Prof. Laura Heyman explores relationship and the effects of the broader cultural context of the French Republic on contemporary Black art archives in France. Marissa and Ohemaa will share highlights from their work and research experiences.

    Snacks will be served. The cost is $15 per person, parking in the Sheraton garage is free (with validation sticker).

    Please RSVP for either or both events by emailing You may pay by cash or check at the door.

  • SU ALUMNI NIGHT AT THE CRUNCH – Saturday, February 15

    We are excited to invite you to SU Alumni Night at the Crunch on Saturday, February 15, when the Crunch host the Rochester Americans. We’ll gather at 5:00 p.m. in the Slap Shot Tailgate Zone in the lower level of the War Memorial arena, 515 Montgomery St. This area is pay-as-you-go and offers a beer truck, sundae bar, themed food bar, TVs and games. Game-time is 7:00 p.m. Game tickets are $18 and will be sent to you via text message from the Crunch the week of the game.
    Registration and payment information can be found at Please email with any questions.

    Please use this form to register and pay for this event.
    RSVP deadline is February 7.  Your tickets will be sent via text message to your smart phone during the week of February 15th.

    Please contact Jonathan Hoster at or 315-443-5348 with any questions.