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  • Four-legged friends: A student takes a break from studies to greet canines from Pet Partners of CNY during their regular visits to the Health Sciences Library.
    Four-legged friends: A student takes a break from studies to greet canines from Pet Partners of CNY during their regular visits to the Health Sciences Library.
  • FESTIVE FEELING: It’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday season as garland and ribbon decorate parts of campus.
    FESTIVE FEELING: It’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday season as garland and ribbon decorate parts of campus.
  • BIG BREATH: Checking out the giant lung on display at the Upstate Cancer Center are, from left, Elizabeth Fuertes-Binder, Theresa Hankin and Rachel Osiecki. The MegaLung was on display Nov. 17 to commemorate the Great American Smokeout and Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
    BIG BREATH: Checking out the giant lung on display at the Upstate Cancer Center are, from left, Elizabeth Fuertes-Binder, Theresa Hankin and Rachel Osiecki. The MegaLung was on display Nov. 17 to commemorate the Great American Smokeout and Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
  • BENEFIT CONCERT:  Blood Sweat and Tears lead singer Keith Paluso with guitarist Nir Felder perform with the band at the Upstate Foundation Benefit Concert Nov.18 at the Landmark Theater. The concert supported Upstate’s implementation of sustainable systems to create a healthy environment for our patients, students, employees and the surrounding region.
    BENEFIT CONCERT: Blood Sweat and Tears lead singer Keith Paluso with guitarist Nir Felder perform with the band at the Upstate Foundation Benefit Concert Nov.18 at the Landmark Theater. The concert supported Upstate’s implementation of sustainable systems to create a healthy environment for our patients, students, employees and the surrounding region.
  • UP AWNING: A 160,000-pound steel awning is raised into place outside of Upstate University Hospital’s downtown Emergency Department entrance. The awning will keep rescue vehicles out of the rain as they off load patients into the Emergency Department.
    UP AWNING: A 160,000-pound steel awning is raised into place outside of Upstate University Hospital’s downtown Emergency Department entrance. The awning will keep rescue vehicles out of the rain as they off load patients into the Emergency Department.
  • VETSIM: Upstate residents take part in a geriatric patient simulation exercise taught by Veterans Administration Medical Center faculty at Upstate Simulation Center.
    VETSIM: Upstate residents take part in a geriatric patient simulation exercise taught by Veterans Administration Medical Center faculty at Upstate Simulation Center.
  • PUCK DROP: The Upstate Cancer Center and the Syracuse Crunch team up to sponsor the annual Pink In the Rink hockey game, held Nov. 1 at the Upstate Medical University Arena at the Oncenter War Memorial. The game highlighted Upstate’s breast cancer program. Taking part in the puck drop festivities are patient Cindy Ciftcioglu and Crunch and Marlies stars Trevor Carrick, left, and Joseph Blandisi, respectively.
    PUCK DROP: The Upstate Cancer Center and the Syracuse Crunch team up to sponsor the annual Pink In the Rink hockey game, held Nov. 1 at the Upstate Medical University Arena at the Oncenter War Memorial. The game highlighted Upstate’s breast cancer program. Taking part in the puck drop festivities are patient Cindy Ciftcioglu and Crunch and Marlies stars Trevor Carrick, left, and Joseph Blandisi, respectively.
  • TRICK-O-TREAT: It wasn’t just patients who enjoyed the annual Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital Halloween parade. Many Upstate employees lined the halls and units to offer up sweets and other treats to the kids.
    TRICK-O-TREAT: It wasn’t just patients who enjoyed the annual Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital Halloween parade. Many Upstate employees lined the halls and units to offer up sweets and other treats to the kids.

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