Meyer, Deena
September 1994
21st Century;Sep94, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p12
This article offers a review of the Syracuse University located in Syracuse, New York. It describes the university as first and foremost a sport-oriented school. It says that the entire Syracuse pays attention to fall football games until basketball season starts. Those who are interested in lacrosse should seriously consider enrolling into this university.


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