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  • IN MOURNING: Flags in front of Upstate University Hospital fly at half-staff earlier this week in honor of a Syracuse City Police officer and Onondaga County Sheriff Deputy who were killed the line of duty Sunday in Salina.
    IN MOURNING: Flags in front of Upstate University Hospital fly at half-staff earlier this week in honor of a Syracuse City Police officer and Onondaga County Sheriff Deputy who were killed the line of duty Sunday in Salina.
  • TOTAL ECLIPSE: Upstate students and staff gathered in Weiskotten Hall courtyard to view the solar eclipse, as day turned to night, illuminating the campus lights.
    TOTAL ECLIPSE: Upstate students and staff gathered in Weiskotten Hall courtyard to view the solar eclipse, as day turned to night, illuminating the campus lights.
  • HONORING DONORS: Placing flags in the small garden outside of Upstate University Hospital to honor tissue, eye and organ donors from Upstate is part of the annual celebration April as Donate Life month.
    HONORING DONORS: Placing flags in the small garden outside of Upstate University Hospital to honor tissue, eye and organ donors from Upstate is part of the annual celebration April as Donate Life month.
  • DOCTOR’S DAY: Orthopedic surgeon Allyson Zakrzewski, MD, and radiation oncologist Seung Shin Hahn, MD, are among the Upstate physicians honored during National Doctors’ Day. The Upstate Foundation delivered notes and tributes written by patients to doctors during the special day, March 30. The Foundation recognizes the culture of gratitude that exists between doctors and their patients, and National Doctors’ Day provides the opportunity to make that gratitude explicit.
    DOCTOR’S DAY: Orthopedic surgeon Allyson Zakrzewski, MD, and radiation oncologist Seung Shin Hahn, MD, are among the Upstate physicians honored during National Doctors’ Day. The Upstate Foundation delivered notes and tributes written by patients to doctors during the special day, March 30. The Foundation recognizes the culture of gratitude that exists between doctors and their patients, and National Doctors’ Day provides the opportunity to make that gratitude explicit.
  • DANCING FOR DOLLARS FOR GOLISANO: Syracuse University students raised nearly $110,000 during their annual Ottothon dance marathon March 23 to support Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. It’s SU’s tenth year dancing for Golisano. The 12-hour dance, coordinated with the Upstate Foundation, has raised more than $100,000 annually since its inception.
    DANCING FOR DOLLARS FOR GOLISANO: Syracuse University students raised nearly $110,000 during their annual Ottothon dance marathon March 23 to support Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. It’s SU’s tenth year dancing for Golisano. The 12-hour dance, coordinated with the Upstate Foundation, has raised more than $100,000 annually since its inception.

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