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Summer Fellows Learn Life Skills and Earn Money During COVID-19 Pandemic

If you had asked Joe Horan in February what his summer was going to look like, he wouldn’t have said spending time with 40 Syracuse-area youth in Zoom meetings. However, when his youth mentorship organization, Building Men, was asked to move its life skills training to a virtual program due to COVID-19, he quickly started planning the agenda. Now, that

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Seymour School Unveils Student-Made Nutrition Mural

On Thursday, March 20, an excited collective of third-grade students from Seymour Dual Language Academy unveiled their work of art: a Nature Matching System mural. The students worked last fall to learn the connection between food color and nutrition value. They created superheroes with powers based on phytonutrients, made smoothies and painted panels that would be compiled into a mural

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Professor Conducts Physical Activity Workshops for Children with Visual Impairments

Friday, March 21, 2014 By Jennifer Russo Luis Columna, associate professor of exercise science in the School of Education at Syracuse University, is conducting a physical activity program titled “Physical Activity for Families of Children with Visual Impairments.” This program is supported by the J. Henry & Martha E. DeBoer Fund at the Central New York Community Foundation and the Jim

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