Tag Archives: Syracuse University

South Side TNT to Rebrand Neighborhood

In addition to the recognizable Sankofa bird designating the South Side business district, Tomorrow’s Neighborhoods Today South Side group is working to rebrand the entire neighborhood. By being chosen as the next client of Pixels & Print, a Syracuse University-run intensive graphic design workshop running Feb. 9 through 11, TNT will receive a new logo, website template, motion graphics, promotional ... Read More »

Moments In Time

High-school students learn from professional photography coaches in rigorous workshop Two Institute of Technology at Syracuse Central media seniors, Zau N-Hkum and Gabe Theiner, successfully completed The Fall Workshop held last month at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. The Fall Workshop is a rigorously scheduled photography and video workshop that runs for four days. Young photography students ... Read More »

Digital Expression

14 young students displayed their artwork at Syracuse University The Link Gallery at Syracuse University’s Warehouse recently displayed the artistic work and creativity of 14 young people who had been enrolled in a summer program at the Southwest Community Center. Equipped with cameras, armed with Photoshop techniques and determined to write about their experiences, the adolescents had worked with Syracuse ... Read More »

Writing Our Lives

Workshop inspires students to communicate through creative writing One by one, students in a group pondered a question a volunteer put to them: What do you want your career to be? One girl wanted to be a teacher; another student wanted to be a writer. Finally, the last student at the table asked someone to beat a drum roll on ... Read More »

Eat To Live Food Co-Op Closes Its Doors

Co-Op Board shuts down grocery store to restructure Less than three months after opening, the Eat to Live Food Cooperative has closed in order to restructure and hire a new general manager. The 3,000-square-foot grocery store closed after the Dec. 17, 2013, annual membership meeting. Read More »