Exciting news!! Applications to be a part of the 2018-2019 Seed class are now available on Readyset! The application can be found at: http://newtosu.syr.edu/rea…/campus-life/orangeseeds-app.html The application closes on September 6th, so be sure to fill yours out today! Don’t miss on your opportunity to join […]
Our beloved Angie Pati (Seed Class of 2015) is up to some incredible things on the Syracuse Campus. She is currently running for Vice President of Student Association alongside running mate James Franco. We had the pleasure of witnessing this fantastic pair deliver the first stop on their “listening tour” at Tuesday’s meeting, hearing them speak about their new initiatives and four pillars for proactivity. Earlier this week, Angie was selected by the Division of Enrollment and Student Experience to represent the Class of 2018 as a senior class marshal.
In addition to these incredible honors, Angie serves as the vice president for Love Your Melon at SU, an executive board member for Phi Sigma Pi National Honors Fraternity, a member of the Student Advisory Board, an Orientation Leader, and a proud OrangeSeed alum. In the summer, Angie spends time in India doing research on cerebral malaria as well as being a medical volunteer in South African hospitals. We are constantly floored by all the amazing things Angie is able to accomplish and cannot wait to see how she will continue to change the world!
Tyler Smith, Seed Class of 2017, will be performing in DanceWorks’ Spring Showcase this weekend! DanceWorks is a fully student-run dance organization that provides opportunities for leadership and performance through various styles of the art. Tyler has been rehearsing with her group all year long, so be sure […]
Our very own Tori Cedar (Seed Class of 2015) is preparing for her first year as an Executive Director of Camp PALS: Georgetown. Camp PALS is a fun-filled, week-long program that enables young adults with down syndrome to grow and build lifelong friendships every summer. Tori has […]
Alyson Weber (Seed Class of 2017) was recently accepted to take part in the Office of Residence Life’s Alternative Spring Break program. This five-day program takes place in Washington, D.C., where students will learn about hunger and homelessness in the nation’s capital and volunteer with different nonprofits throughout the city. Alyson is one of just 44 Syracuse/SUNY ESF students offered admission to this program, which is completely free for those selected. We are so excited to see what Alyson learns and how she grows from this opportunity!
All the seeds came dressed in their best “business casual” attire as we prepared to meet OrangeSeeds of the past. Speaking with many, they were all involved in numerous organizations on campus including campus representatives for insomnia cookies and bobble water bottles, club sport captains, Orientation Leaders, and so many more.
Many great connections were made including meeting Hannah Scollins (Seed Class 2014) who is great friends with a friend from my home town. The casual atmosphere made it really easy to get to know the alumni. Meeting people like Jennie May (Seed Class 2014) also made it seem as if people could be involved in everything. Hearing some of her many organizations influenced myself and the other seeds I was with to look into joining U100 because of how great she made it seem. Meeting so many great alumni and having some great cookies made for a fun evening for all.
– Julia Arsenault, current Seed Class of ’15
For the second weekend in a row the 2014-2015 Seed Class have continued their leadership and service efforts, working at the Samaritan Center on Friday, 10/ 3. On Saturday morning the group took to the university rope course, bonding as an organization, confronting fears, and […]