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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A Thought

A Thought

By Cherise Permaul

For my entire life, Los Angeles has always been a symbol for hope. In my carefully constructed mind, Los Angeles was a place of dream fulfillment and I was going to chase it until my heart was content. This is not my first time in Los Angeles, but it is definitely the most special. When […]

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New Adventures!

New Adventures!

By Alexis Cargill

Four words: Los Angeles is amazing! I knew I made the right decision coming here as soon as I checked the weather forecast back in Syracuse when I arrived at LAX! The weather here is gorgeous every day. I have never found an excuse to stay inside my apartment. I’m always exploring whether it’s a […]

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LA LIFE

LA LIFE

By Ilana Dunn

I honestly do not know how to begin to describe my semester in Los Angeles. From the moment I arrived, I was completely starstruck. Not with a specific individual, but with the city itself. Los Angeles has so much to offer from the endless palm trees to the beaches to the cool vibe downtown to […]

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It’s Stupid, But We Love It

It’s Stupid, But We Love It

By Sebastian Dawson

The rapid and unceasing advancement of technology puts a strain on the creative talents of those who wish to harness it. Nowhere is that statement more true than at B2+, where I am an intern. Just as my grandma needs me to explain how to answer emails on her iPad every week, so I look […]

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