One of the events that changed the S.U. campus and the city of Syracuse forever was the creation of the G.I. Bill, a series of benefits for World War II veterans, including a college education. Despite its relatively small size, S.U. enrolled more veterans than any other university in New York State.
Presented by Ed Galvin, Director Archives and Records Management.
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