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 […]
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 attended PALS as a counselor for the last two summers, and this year she will serve alongside Ben Wahl (Seed Class of 2015) who is entering his second year as an Executive Director at this location.
In addition, Tori works extensively to bring a sense of inclusivity, diversity, and love to the SU campus. She is the External Director for OttoThon, a Peer Trainer for InclusiveU, and an Orientation Leader. We don’t know how she does it all, but we sure are lucky to to know Tori and witness all that she does to make the world a better place!
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, […]
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 learning trust as they hung from ropes and walked on wires 40-ft above the ground.
What’s up next for the Seed Class? Zoo-Boo on October 25th.
The Seeds have been hard at work the last few weeks establishing themselves as community leaders and volunteers. For three days and two nights the group participated in Habitat for Humanity’s Shackathon. The group decorated a shack on the quad and established shifts for members […]
After sorting through 171 applications and two days of rigorous interviews, the 2014-2015 Seed Class is here to stay! The 26 selected represent the wide diversity of Syracuse, with members from all over the nation, of all fields of study and faith. These leaders hold […]