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    Live From’s Our New Website!

    October 30, 2014

    Live from DC

    Washington, DC, the epicenter of the nation’s power and prestige, is also the home to a thriving Syracuse University presence, headquartered at the Paul Greenberg House.

    The greater Washington area also boasts the University’s second-largest alumni base in the world—nearly 15,000 alums and counting. With the launch of our new website,, SU’s full breadth of offerings in the region is contained in one convenient place.

    Whether you’re an alum, a student considering enrolling in Syracuse University, or a fan of SU athletics, will keep you up to date with everything Orange in DC! It’s the place to learn more about all Greenberg House has to offer, as well as these exciting features:

    • Event listings—See what’s coming up—a wide variety of events are on the calendar, so something is sure to spark your interest. From SUccess in the City gatherings to the Greenberg and In the Loop speaker series, New Student Send-Offs, and special events, there’s always something going on!
    • Alumni profiles—DC-area alumni are leaders in so many fields—including real estate, the law, public policy, and the media. This section highlights the region’s movers and shakers who name Syracuse University as their alma mater.
    • Learning in DC—SU undergraduate and graduate students can take part in a number of DC-based programs offered by the iSchool, the College of Law, the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, and the College of Visual and Performing Arts, as well as interdisciplinary programs. In 2013, the Maxwell School launched a far-reaching collaboration with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a world-class facility providing space for Maxwell-in-Washington programming. Syracuse University’s Burton Blatt Institute’s DC office gives students and faculty the opportunity to be directly involved in advancing the civic, economic, and social participation of people with disabilities.
    • Social networking resources—Lists all of the ways to stay connected to your SU family, through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, the ’Cuse Community, and more!

    The new site is designed to be a comprehensive resource for all local SU alumni, parents, and friends—whether they’re new to the DC area or have lived here for years—as well as for prospective SU students. Visit often to follow the latest SU news, get details on alumni club gatherings, take advantage of Career Services offerings, and learn about the many ways to support Syracuse University.