Welcome to our quiz about Syracuse! This quiz will test your knowledge about the city of Syracuse, the fifth most populous city in the state of New York. Discover this city rich in history and culture, and its many attractions! From the picturesque Syracuse University campus, to the vibrant Armory Square entertainment district, to the greenery of Thornden Park and Onondaga Lake Park, there's plenty to explore! Test your knowledge now and see how much you know about Syracuse.
1) What is the name of the iconic student-run radio station at Syracuse University?
2) How many teams are part of Syracuse University's Division I athletics program?
3) Who is the current chancellor of Syracuse University?
4) What color is the official color of Syracuse University?
5) True or False: Syracuse University is classified as a Research University with Highest Research Activity.
6) What year did Syracuse University become affiliated with EPSCoR?
7) True or False: The Syracuse Orange are part of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
8) What year was Syracuse University founded?
9) What kind of campus does Syracuse University have?
10) What is the official mascot of Syracuse University?
11) True or False: Syracuse University offers over 226 academic programs.
12) What is the name of Syracuse University's notable entrepreneurship program?
13) What is the name of Syracuse University's Center for Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems?
14) What is the name of the library at Syracuse University?
15) What is the name of Syracuse University's alumni association?
16) True or False: Syracuse University is a member of the Association of American Universities.
17) What year did Syracuse University open the School of Architecture?
18) True or False: The Syracuse Orange men's basketball team has won the NCAA national championship.
19) What is the name of Syracuse University's student newspaper?
20) What is the most popular undergraduate degree program at Syracuse University?
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