Lt. Col. Eileen Collins G'78, was first female to ever command the ____ ____ :
STS-63 in 1995.
SU offered the nations first bachelor of ___ degree:
This famous SU student, and prominent NBC sportscaster formerly hosted '____ Coast to Coast' and left SU before graduating:
It's considered the center of the main campus:
Former SU alumnus of the College of Law, he was elected Vice President of the United States in 2008:
College of Law, Juris Doctor, G'68.
This famous SU alumnus hosted American Bandstand, Pyramid gameshows, and New Years Rockin' Eve:
The famous church in the middle of the SU campus:
A prominent iconic building on the main campus, this building serves as home of the college of arts and sciences:
It's the largest sports structure of its kind on any college campus in the nation:
Built in 1980.
This actor and SU alumnus jumped to stardom with his role in the 1998 movie 'How Stella Got Her Groove Back':
In 1959 Syracuse University won the national championship in this sport, defeating Texas.
23-14, Cotton Bowl
This SU alumnus created NBC's 'The West Wing' and was a playwright and screen writer for 'A Few Good Men' and 'The American President':
This school of public communications is ranked #1 in the country:
This SU sport team has won 10 national championships:
The total is actually 11 national championships, but 1 was vacated in 1990.
This coach was inducted into the 2005 class of the Basketball Hall of Fame:
The university was established in this year:
Promotes equal education for men and women in 1870.
This famous and controversial SU alumnus is an actress, beauty pagent contestant, and national recording artist, currently starring in 'Ugly Betty':
This British-born SU alumnus and newscaster formerly hosted ABC News 'Nightline' for 25 years:
This SU alumnus and newscaster is a long-time correspondent on CBS '60 Minutes':
35 SU students were killed by a terrorist bomb aboard Pam Am Flight 103 on 12/21/88 over ______, Scotland:
Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi, the Libyan convicted of the bombing, was released from his life sentence in Scotland on August 10, 2009 having been diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer, expected to live less than three months. As of April 2010, he is still alive.
He was a two-sport collegiate athlete who played quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins:
Football and Basketball, G'98
The famous pizza place on the SU hill:
Syracuse University sports team-name:
formerly the Orangemen.
Famous SU alumnus and sportscaster who is a prominent figure on ESPN and 'Monday Night Football':
The athletic conference Syracuse teams are in:
This SU alumnus funnyman has a son named Ben, and co-starred in 'King of Queens':
This 2008 movie, starring Dennis Quaid, was a feature film about the life and times of football great Ernie Davis: