Syracuse University Review
The school, founded in 1870 as a private coeducational institution, enrolls more than 19,000 students in its undergraduate and graduate programs. Two centuries of building styles can be seen on the compact campus, which is crossed by city streets and includes a traditional collegiate quadrangle. Get campus maps online or at the Schine Student Center, at 303 University Place.
A number of lectures and music performances are open to the public, as is the SUArt Galleries, in the Shaffer Art Building. 315/443-4097. suart.syr.edu. Free. Tues., Wed., and Fri.-Sun. 11-4:30, Thurs. 11-8.
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