Syracuse University has seen many appearance changes throughout its history. The school changed mascots after Native American students petitioned against the use of "The Saltine Warrior" because they felt that it was an offensive stereotype. After a long debate, the school finally agreed to change mascots in 1995 when it officially instilled "Otto the Orange" has the school's new official mascot.
Syracuse faced another public issue in 2004 when the name "Orangemen" was deemed offensive towards women, leading it to change its name to the "Orange."
As the times changed, so did the logos that represent Syracuse University. Looking back on each logo, some of them are admirable while others are plain hideous.