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Dean deemed Turkey-friendly

Published on April 17th, 2013 | by

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Dean John Roberts received the Turquoise Award from the Raindrop Turkish House for his contribution to academic study and promotion of Turkish language at the seventh annual Turkish Language and …
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Music

Band comes back with a bang

Published on April 4th, 2013 | by

By Zachary Burton   The ever-changing beast that is The Strokes has morphed again with its latest and fifth album “Comedown Machine,” released March 26. “Machine” sports a new coat of electronica paint that is clear from …
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Faculty & Staff

Fellows fighting for funds

Published on April 4th, 2013 | by

The UH English department teaching fellows met Monday at the graduate lounge in the Roy G. Cullen Building to address the steps they have taken toward increased pay, reduced fees and insurance coverage. “In the meeting, …
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Music

Sophomore attempt isn’t too terra-ble

Published on April 2nd, 2013 | by

By Zachary Burton Stornoway, a four-piece band from Oxford, England, who is named after a tiny Scottish town, released its thematic work, “Tales from Terra Firma,” on March 11. The album is the band’s sophomore effort …
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Music

Q&A: Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter

Published on April 2nd, 2013 | by

Music blogger Zachary Burton got the chance to interview Casey Crescenzo, the singer of The Deer Hunter, who is on tour with Naive Thieves. The Dear Hunter’s newest album, “Migrant,” comes out tomorrow. Zachary Burton: You’re …
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News

Teaching fellows take charge

Published on April 1st, 2013 | by

Teaching fellows of the English department sent President Renu Khator, Interim Provost Paula Short Short, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Dean John Roberts and Chairman Wyman Herendeen a letter Monday addressing the lack-luster standards …
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Music

Beta luck next time

Published on March 19th, 2013 | by

By Zachary Burton With the departure of cellist Alexandra Lawn, independent Syracuse band Ra Ra Riot was forced to venture into other venues to stay in the musical game, and its latest attempt at that is …
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