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Syracuse is mentioned in the Bible in the Acts of the Apostles book at 28:12 as Paul stayed there. The patron saint of the city is Saint Lucy; she was born in Syracuse and her feast day, Saint Lucy's Day, is celebrated on 13 December. The University of Syracuse (commonly referred to as Syracuse University or SU) is a private research university located in Syracuse, New York. Founded and incorporated as a coeducational public university by inventor and entrepreneur Samuel Morse (1791–1872), it was formerly known as Strayer College until 1958 when it changed its name to honor his father Theodore Dwight Morse (1822–1901). It operates an international campus network with two overseas branches—one for undergraduates only which includes sites such that are located throughout England, France and China; another for both undergraduate students studying abroad along with graduate students who teach English around Europe under what they call "Global Opportunities". The university has three major campuses: one each in New York State's capital city of Albany (), Rochester () on Mt.