The Juice

October 13, 2014 - 5:27pm
Laura Gray-Rosendale came to campus for the Writing Program's Nonfiction Reading Series on Thursday.

Laura Gray-Rosendale said she always knew she would write about her rape as a Syracuse University student in 1988.

'It took a long time to be able to figure out how to be able to do that and what it would look like," she said. "This is the result."  

October 13, 2014 - 7:34am
The actress will discuss how topics such as race, class and gender affect the lives of trans individuals.

The LGBT Resource Center is bringing a special guest from your laptop screen to Schine Student Center next week.

The center will host “Orange Is the New Black” star Laverne Cox on Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in Goldstein Auditorium. The event, titled “Ain’t I A Woman?,” will conclude the center’s events for Coming Out Month in October.

October 9, 2014 - 9:48am
Monday's meeting was the last town hall forum organized to discuss Chancellor Kent Syverud's Fast Forward Syracuse initiative.

In the last of three town hall meetings, an audience of students, faculty and staff offered suggestions and comments about the Fast Forward strategic plan on Monday afternoon at Crouse-Hinds Hall.

October 1, 2014 - 7:56pm
Ambassadors from El Salvador and Guatemala were among the expert panelists.

As the country remains divided on whether to send these fleeing children back to their Central American homes or not, President Barack Obama’s stance on the unaccompanied minors situation has become his Achilles' heel.

By Shi Shi
October 1, 2014 - 3:25pm
Participants discussed improving teaching facilities, bolstering student support services and scheduling no-class Fridays.

Members of the Syracuse University community participated in the second of three town hall meetings Tuesday in Maxwell Auditorium. The discussion focused on the strategic plan, the first element of Chancellor Kent Syverud’s Fast Forward Syracuse initiative.

September 24, 2014 - 5:31pm
Syverud used the meeting to answer questions about the initiative, which has three parts: a strategic plan, a campus master plan and an operational excellence program.

Members of the SU community participated in a Q+A session Monday in Hendricks Chapel regarding Fast Forward Syracuse, a new initiative under Chancellor Kent Syverud.

September 19, 2014 - 12:36pm
Actor Rick Gonzalez spoke about the influence his upbringing has had on his acting career.

Smoothly making his way to the stage in a very laid-back T-shirt, jeans and navy blue and orange sneakers -- coincidentally showing school spirit -- the Latino TV star quickly opened up to the crowd.

“Acting has been able to shed light on some things that as a man I needed to grow up in,” Rick Gonzalez said. 

September 15, 2014 - 9:27pm
The Fast Forward Syracuse initiative will be the topic of Monday's town hall meeting in Hendricks Chapel.

A town hall meeting to discuss Fast Forward Syracuse and related plans for Syracuse University’s future will take place Monday in Hendricks Chapel, according to an SU News release.

September 14, 2014 - 8:29pm
University Union announces the sarcastic, observational stand-up star will come to campus on Oct. 25.

Syracuse University is about to get a visit from Mr. Universe.

Jim Gaffigan, the stand-up comedian best known for his sardonic musings on parenthood and microwaveable frozen treats, will perform at Goldstein Auditorium Oct. 25, University Union announced tonight.

Tickets for "An Evening with Jim Gaffigan" go on sale at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Schine box office. They're $5 with an SU/ESF student ID.

September 12, 2014 - 4:56pm
More than 100 students joined Friday's forum on the issues of race and identity at Syracuse University.

Taryne Chatman admitted he sometimes has trouble saying exactly what he wants to say. But when he tried to come to terms with the hate speech heard in a viral video circulating across campus, he was left speechless. That is -- until he turned his thoughts into poetry.

"I mean you know it's spelled. Starts with an 'N' ends with 'er.' Man-made manifestations that remind us, that our history ain't too far," Chatman recited.