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.
The former talk show host gave Turning Stone patrons plenty to laugh about with a fast-paced barrage of hilarity.
As he took the stage at the Turning Stone Event Center on Wednesday evening, Craig Ferguson promised each member of the audience would leave his standup set offended by something he said over the next 80 or so minutes.
But if any part of his routine upset me, I was too busy laughing hysterically to even notice.
The final round of the '13th Annual Totally Fabulous Drag Show' will be held February 27th at 10pm in Goldstein Auditorium in the Schine Student Center.
The preliminary round of the 13th Annual Totally Fabulous Drag Show took place in front of a nearly sold out audience weeks ago and tonight's final round is looking to be even better.
After performances concluded during the the first round on February 12th, SU students E. Millz and SB were among the few given the golden ticket to advance to the final round of the annual drag show competition.
Fundraising efforts for OttoTHON will begin February 28th at 6pm in the Women's Building and last until 6am March 1st, benefitting Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital.
The Syracuse University community will come together to participate in OttoTHON, SU’s first ever dance marathon, in hopes of raising more than $105,000 to benefit the Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital.
Jillian Lynch, a sophomore and the executive director for OttoTHON, has been planning this event since she came to Syracuse. She was involved in similar dance marathons during high school and wanted to start one at Syracuse.
Gov. Cuomo introduced a loan forgiveness program for the state that will make some students eligible to pay nothing for their first two years out of college.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo presented his “2015 Opportunity Agenda” four weeks ago at Albany’s Empire State Plaza Convention Center. The governor made 66 proposals including providing better assistance to New York state’s homeless population, investing in public works projects and reforming the education system.
The night consisted of a candle-lit vigil and a performance of Even Ensler's "The Vagina Monologues."
University students, faculty and members of the Syracuse community gathered at Hendricks Chapel on Friday night to participate in SU Rising: Stop Sexual and Relationship Violence. Students and community members reflected on the problems of domestic violence and sexual assault that occur on Syracuse University’s campus and around the world.