Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Syracuse Household Income Survey Results

Above are the results from the Sky Halls for the survey on the average income of a family in the city of Syracuse. See how your answer compares to the 2007 actual data:
Survey results gathered from all students in the residence halls is below:

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

How Many Hours Per Week Do You Study?

Above are the results for the SKYHALLS in regards to how many hours residents indicated they study per week. Click the picture to see a bigger version. Below are the results for the entire campus.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Haiti bracelets

Sport a blue and red bracelet in supportof Haiti. See your RA to get your bracelet for a donation of at least $1!


Join SCOPE this Sunday for a FREE viewing of Twilight new moon. 8pm Goldstein 201. Check out the South Campus website for the listing of other POPULAR free movies http://orl.syr.edu/south/movie_schedule.html

Love for Haiti

Support relief efforts! Treat your Valentine to a Crush soda and/or Carnations at the main desk 8p-midnight! Minimum donation $1/soda, $2/carnation.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Otto vs the Flu

The winter months are Flu Season! Though we've all heard much about the flu from the recent H1N1outbreak it does not hurt to review. Check out the following You tube video to see Otto fight the flu!

MLK Dinner

Join one of the nation’s largest university-sponsored events commemorating Dr. martin Luther King. Last year, more than 2,000 people attended SU’s event at the Carrier Dome.

The event which includes dinner, a speaker and awards is FREE to ESF and SU students with a meal plan. Sign up TODAY with your RA. The dinner and program begin at 5pm Sunday January 24th, 2010 at the Carrier Dome.

This years key note speaker is Gwen Ifill. Ifill is a moderator and managing editor of PBS’ “Washington Week” and senior correspondent for “The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.”
For more information please see:


Save a life in Haiti

Give blood and save a Haiti earthquake survivor
Friday January 22nd from 1:30-6:30p in the Goldstein student center

Sign-up for a time slot beginning tomorrow (1/20) in the Goldstein atrium or the South Campus Residence Life Office. WALK-INS on Friday are also welcome.

The Red Cross has communicated that blood is in extreme high need due to blood being shipped to Haiti and also needed for use in the US. Do your part and give blood! A portion of the blood gathered during this drive will be sent to help earthquake survivors.