5 Students Receive Prestigious Critical Language Scholarship

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Five Syracuse University students have been selected as recipients of the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS), through which they will immerse themselves in intensive language study this summer. The recipients and the languages they will study are: Christian Bevilacqua ’24, a social studies education and geography major in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, College of…

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University’s Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Ready to Relaunch

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In 1916, the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society was established on the Syracuse University campus, the 16th chapter in the nation at the time. The society, the nation’s oldest and most selective, is unique in that it comprises both undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines, making it a good fit for Syracuse. In 2014,…

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