Events will raise awareness about sexual assault and relationship violence on campus.
This week marks the "It's on Us" campaign's National Week of Action. Vice President Joe Biden, alumnus of the College of Law's class of 1968 and advocate for the cause, will be visiting the SU campus Nov. 12 in honor of the National Week of Action.
University Union announced Tuesday night that Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer will perform at Syracuse on Oct. 24
University Union announced through its Twitter and Facebook accounts that Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the co-creators and co-stars stars of Comedy Central's 'Broad City,' will take the Goldstein Auditorium stage on Oct. 24. Tickets for the performance will go on sale Wednesday, Oct. 7, beginning at 11 a.m.
Charnice Milton, a 2011 graduate of SU, died after a gunman fired near her bus stop in Washington, D.C., Wednesday night. She reported on community news for Capital Community News and was on her way home from an assignment.
Fierce determination balanced with incredible kindness motivated Charnice Milton to give her community a voice through her words.
On May 27, a stray bullet ended her life and work. Milton, 27, died when a gunman shot near her bus stop in Washington, D.C.
It is the lowest increase of tuition for the university in 49 years.
The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees approved the administration's financial proposals, including undergraduate tuition and room and board, according to the university.
The tuition for the 2015-2016 school year will be $41,794, which is a 3.5 percent increase from last year's tuition. The increase represents the smallest tuition increase for the university in 49 years.
Actor, activist and educator Jesse Williams proves there's 'more than meets the eye' during his discussion at Syracuse University.
Jesse Williams is famous for his role as Dr. Jackson Avery on Grey’s Anatomy, but he's getting more and more attention now for his involvement in civil rights activism.
Syracuse University's National Association of Black Journalists' Remington Bennett interviewed Williams Wednesday night and started by asking him about his path to acting, which soon transitioned into his activism.