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Former Iggy Winner. I used to be somebody special
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Aug 15, 2011
Welcome to National Teacher Day!

Teachers give us so much. A boost of confidence when we really need one. Extra help when we’re having trouble. A welcoming presence when everything else seems out of control. And though we know we can’t ever thank them enough, we can take a moment during National Teacher Appreciation Week to share our appreciation for the special educators in our lives.

Join NEA and the National PTA in saying “Thank You” during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 7-11:

Thank A Teacher on Social Media

Simply make a video or take a photo of yourself thanking a teacher who has made a difference in you or your child’s life, or just thank all teachers or supporting our nation’s students each and every day. (You can download this ThankATeacher template to use in your photo.)

SU News

Syracuse Basketball: Talented big man Osun Osunniyi to visit the Orange (; Mlodzinski)

Osun Osunniyi, a 6-10 center out of Putnam Science Academy, is set to visit Syracuse next Thursday, as reported by Mike Waters of

After committing to play ball at La Salle, Osun Osunniyi decommitted to explore more options. Since then, he has received interest from Georgetown, Maryland, St. Bony, and the Cuse.

Osun has a lot of work to do, as he is 6-10 with only a 185 pound frame. He has only been ranked in one of the major recruiting sites, receiving a 2-star from Composite. Thus, he will be a work in progress.

The Orange must see some potential in Osunniyi.

This would be an interesting pickup for the Orange, who don’t normally go below 3-star players. However, Cuse is set to lose Paschal Chukwu after next season, who is the Orange’s only true center. As a two-star, Osunniyi is definitely not the savior for Cuse’s big man needs. However, his potential is endless, as Osunniyi has actually only been playing basketball for a few years.

One thing that really stands out is Osunniyi’s defensive capabilities. In fact, per 97.3 ESPN, in a game in 2016 while Osun was still in public school, he exploded for a triple double. His team won by over 30 points, and Osunniyi recorded 23 points, 15 boards, and 15 blocks. Yes, you read that right. 15 blocks in ONE game. Of course, this is a major testament of Osunniyi’s defensive skill, which, is always a help in the zone.


Episode 73- Syracuse Basketball Recruiting! - 'Cuse Nation Podcast (podcast) (podcast; ShawnTea)

What's up 'Cuse Nation?!?! In this episode we mostly go over some of the latest recruiting news for basketball. We talk some Orange football and 'Cuse lacrosse to wrap it up.


Hon. James E. Baker Joins Syracuse University College of Law as Professor, Director of INSCT (globalnewswire,com)

Jurist, scholar, and law and policy practitioner the Hon. James E. Baker will join the faculty of Syracuse University College of Law, as well as the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, as a professor in fall 2018. Judge Baker will lead the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism as Director, succeeding Professor William C. Banks, who founded the Institute in 2003.

One of the most highly regarded national security lawyers and policy advisors in the nation, Judge Baker’s career has evolved from an Infantry Officer in the US Marine Corps; to the staff of Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan; to the US Department of State, Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, and National Security Council. Mostly notably, Judge Baker served on the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces for 15 years—the last four as Chief Judge.

Since 2015, Judge Baker has served as a Member of the Public Interest Declassification Board; as a Consultant for the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity; and as Chair of the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Law and National Security. Judge Baker has taught at several universities, including his alma mater Yale Law School and the Georgetown University Law Center. From 2017-2018, he was a Robert E. Wilhelm Fellow at MIT’s Center for International Studies. Previous recipients of this prestigious fellowship include former UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband and Adm. William Fallon, former Commander of US Central Command.
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