The Spiders process is to get inspired, do a little research, create something amazing, and then do it all over again--all it takes is a little passion and drive.
The 2015-16 school year was a successful one for Spiders. Take a look at our recap!read more about this project
The fall 2015 semester was certainly a busy one for Spiders, from spinning webs in the office cubicles to keeping up with coursework in the classrooms. With the spring semester now in our midst, several Spiders took time out of their busy schedule to tell us about the projects they were working on, the skills they acquired or improved, and what they enjoyed most about working here last year.
Spiders grew on both personal and professional levels during the fall semester. If you are interested in finding out more about what the Spiders have been working on, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org more about this project
We're excited to announce the release of our newest Snapchat geofilter, which is now available on the SU Quad! Designed by Spider Monica Rexach '17, this filter highlights the various outdoor activities that you can catch Syracuse students participating in on the quad. From frisbee, to biking, to relaxing with friends, students make the most out of Syracuse's rare warm weather days. If you find yourself walking through the Kenneth A. Shaw Quadrangle, make sure you use Snapchat to show off its charm—even if it's covered in snow.read more about this project
In January 2014, Spiders began working on an accessibility initiative in cooperation with Google Maps. For over 15 months, the Spiders put in over 440 hours of work to create indoor maps of the buildings on Syracuse University’s campus.read more about this project
If your loved ones are visiting SU for Family Weekend, celebrate by trying out our lastest Snapchat geofilter! Take a selfie with Mom or snap a picture of that home cooking you missed so much. Spider Monica Rexach '17 designed this filter, keeping in mind that families come in all shapes and sizes. Enjoy your weekend and Go Orange!read more about this project