Syracuse Symposium is an annual public events series exploring the humanities through lectures, workshops, performances, exhibits, films, readings, and more. This year’s programming engages the meaning and impact of “Silence” from diverse perspectives and genres across a range of locations, locally and globally. It is presented by The Syracuse University Humanities Center for The College of Arts and Sciences.
The Newhouse School is the nation’s leading school of communication, preparing students to become leaders in a rapidly changing media landscape. Its programs emphasize the professional skills and ethical awareness required of communication industry leaders, researchers, and teachers.
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