Los Angeles as a Learning Lab

For more than 100 years, Los Angeles has been the unrivaled entertainment capital of the world. And you needn’t look too far to find Syracuse University alumni in some of the entertainment industry’s most pivotal roles. Through the tremendous achievements of those alumni, SU has gained an international reputation for preparing students to excel in the field.

With the SULA Semester, SU is taking this strength to the next level—joining with our “community of experts” to offer students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn the business from the inside. Through SU’s bold approach to education, students will continue to take what they learn in the classroom and test their knowledge in real-world situations, igniting an exchange of ideas that benefits all.

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My Hunt for the Best Burrito in LA

My Hunt for the Best Burrito in LA

By Emily Kelberman

Los Angeles is a magical land filled with many wonderful foods. There are so many fantastic places to try that it may even seem overwhelming. There’s great Thai food, Korean BBQ and, of course, Mexican food. Before I came out to LA I knew that I had to find the burrito to end all burritos. […]

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ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN

By Jamie Neukrug

From living out here in sunny Los Angeles for the past two months, I’ve come to realize that anything can happen. Sometimes, it is from determination and perseverance, and at other times, all you need is a little bit of luck on your side. This luck can happen in the form of beating traffic (which […]

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Hiking Los Angeles

Hiking Los Angeles

By Ryan Kauffmann

Having been in Los Angeles for a few months now I am starting to get a real feel for the city. I am learning the things I like and things I find difficult, as well as how different or similar the city is to how I imagined it. However, I think the thing that I […]

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The Beginning of Something Great

The Beginning of Something Great

By Debora Kaya

It’s odd to think that less than three months ago I was getting ready to drive forty one hours. I was triple checking my luggage, deciding what to take and leave behind. I had never been further west than Ohio. Two hours into the trip, I began to question why I didn’t simply ship my […]

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