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Haley Kim

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Past articles by Haley:

SUNY-ESF faculty discuss future of university at town hall meeting

The town hall, organized by SUNY-ESF’s student governing organizations, was held in response to President Quentin Wheeler’s resignation announcement. → Read More

SUNY-ESF President Quentin Wheeler announces resignation amid rising tensions

Wheeler had frequently been criticized by faculty for his leadership style. → Read More

SUNY-ESF’s Graduate Student Association supports non-renewal of president’s contract

The statement supports a vote by SUNY-ESF’s faculty union following months of conflict between faculty and administration. → Read More

SUNY-ESF governing body votes to remove executive chair

The vote took place in a closed session and comes after weeks of tension between SUNY-ESF faculty and administration. → Read More

SUNY-ESF governing body passes resolutions, votes for campus visitation in wake of tensions

SUNY-ESF's January decision to remove three faculty department chairs fanned long-standing tensions between faculty and university administrators. → Read More

SUNY-ESF President Quentin Wheeler responds to student government resolution

After SUNY-ESF’s Undergraduate Student Association passed a resolution calling for increased communication from the administration, President Quentin Wheeler responded by saying he will send out regular executive updates, keep progress reports on major academic plans and increase his presence on campus. → Read More

Biotechnology research isn’t slowing down anytime soon at Syracuse University

While research in biotechnology and forensics have been steady or increasing slowly, central New York is looking to become a center for the field. → Read More

SUNY-ESF removes 3 department chairs as part of abrupt policy change

Some SUNY-ESF faculty said they were concerned about how quickly the university removed the department chairs — just days before the start of the spring semester. → Read More

29 years later: How Lockerbie has moved on from the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103

When Pan Am Flight 103 crashed into Lockerbie, it pushed the small Scottish town into the international spotlight. Nearly three decades later, Lockerbie’s residents say the town has mostly moved on, with population growth. → Read More

SUNY-ESF passes resolution to increase bathroom equity, targeting gender and accessibility

In April, SUNY-ESF’s Academic Governance body passed a resolution calling for relabeling and renovating its bathrooms to increase gender equity and accessibility. This resolution comes after what faculty have said has been a problem for years. → Read More

An SU student startup uses virtual reality to read the news

Little Maxima is a free virtual reality news-reading app created by a Syracuse University graduate student. It’s one of the first apps of its kind. → Read More

Why some colleges and universities are calling to “Ban the Box” on college applications

One of the questions on the Common Application, which SU uses for its admissions process, is about criminal history. Other colleges and universities have been calling to remove the question, citing unnecessary barriers for otherwise qualified students. → Read More

Pizza, virtual reality and ethics intersect at Sundance Ignite On Tour

This year’s Sundance Ignite On Tour showcases virtual reality exhibits like “Tree,” which uses haptic technology to transform a person into the forest entity, along with panels and other events. → Read More

Boston students are turning ‘Ulysses’ into a virtual reality game

Students from Boston College, Northeastern University and the Berklee College of Music are collaborating on a project to recreate James Joyce’s “Ulysses” into a virtual reality game. → Read More

Architecture student remembered for love for family and dedication to schoolwork

David Heinrich died on March 9. Friends and professors recalled his fierce loyalty and determination, despite health issues. → Read More

At Syracuse University, more students are getting ahold of virtual reality

Virtual reality is an emerging type of software that allows people to leave a physical environment and enter a virtual one. SU has started dabbling in the technology across schools and organizations on campus. → Read More

‘PEOPLE STILL REMEMBER’: The stories of 6 of the 30 SU alumni who were 9/11 victims

Thirty Syracuse University alumni died as a result of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Here are six of their stories. → Read More