DAILYORANGE.COM hi 26° | lo WEDNESDAY 8° february 6, 2013 t h e i n de pe n de n t s t u de n t n e w spa pe r of s y r acuse , n e w yor k INSIDENEWS INSIDEOPINION INSIDEPULP Faking it Counterfeit tickets have Volume control Students must keep noise Natural living Professor Steve Carlic become prevalent at SU sporting events. Page 3 levels down on the library’s main floor. Page 5 ONLINE Spice it up See inside the Syracuse makes his own products to lead a sustainable life. Page 10 Real Food Co-Op in this week’s Spice Rack video. See dailyorange.com Events in Schine to continue 1 Vice Chancellor and Provost Eric Spina spoke with faculty on the state of the SOA last May and on the qualifications the school was looking for in its new dean. THE DAILY ORANGE By Jessica Iannetta ASST. NEWS EDITOR Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF announced a new agreement Tuesday that will give students at the schools continued access to classes on both campuses. The agreement gives SU students unlimited access to State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry classes, and introduces a new process for ESF students who want to take courses at SU, according to a Tuesday SU News release. ESF and SU students have always been allowed to take classes at both schools, but the new formalized SEE CREDITS PAGE 6 football’s national signing. Page 20 The following are the steps the School of Architecture has taken to find a new dean before interim Dean Randall Korman steps down July 1. Some Syracuse University officials have said they do not anticipate changes to events hosted in the Schine Student Center as a result of the fights in and outside the building early Sunday morning. Department of Public Safety officers shut down a dance party in Goldstein Auditorium after a fight broke out at about 1:45 a.m. About 850 people attended the event, said DPS Associate Chief John Sardino. As the party was coming to its scheduled end at about 2 a.m., several people began to fight in the center SU, ESF reach class agreement Signing in A primer for Syracuse on PASSING THE TORCH By Nicki Gorny and Dylan Segelbaum SEE SCHINE PAGE 9 INSIDESPORTS 2 A dean search committee was developed last summer, consisting of VPA dean Ann Clarke and architecture professor Ted Brown as chair and vice chair, respectively. illustration by micah benson | art director Drafting change Amid dean search, School of Architecture transitions to new leadership, embraces digital age By Marwa Eltagouri S DESIGN EDITOR tudents poured into Slocum Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon, struggling to find seats. Faculty stood in the aisles and students knelt on the steps – all itching to see Ray Gastil, a candidate for the deanship of the School of Architecture, begin his presentation. Gastil is one of five candidates being brought to campus throughout the next few weeks for two-day visits packed with interviews and meetings with faculty, staff and students. They lunch and dine with search committee members, converse with other deans of the university and meet with the chancellor and vice provost. They also give a public talk to the School of Architecture community on architecture and its role at Syracuse University. Sitting in the front row of the audience was Randall Korman, the current interim dean. Assuming the dean search, now in its final stages, is successful, he will step down July 1. “The process is comprehensive and exhaustive and necessarily so,” Korman said. “It helps assure that the best person is selected for this important position.” Paving an administration Vice Chancellor and Provost Eric Spina began conversations with faculty last May on the state of the architecture school and on the qualifications the school was looking for in its new dean. The architecture school community wasn’t looking for someone who was necessarily the world’s best architect or engineer, but someone who understood architecture’s growth. They needed someone who could interact with SU’s several colleges, and who would raise money and advocate for the school’s interest, he said. SEE ARCHITECTURE PAGE 6 3 The university hired outside consultants Mirah Horowitz and Ilene Nagle of Russell Reynolds Associates, who compiled a short list of candidates in December. 4 Candidates will be visiting campus through February, and then the search committee will make recommendations to vice chancellor and provost Eric Spina. 5 Spina said he hopes to make an announcement on the hiring of the new SOA dean in March.