From Castle Court to the Carrier Dome, SU students let their school spirit shine.
Gray skies, falling snow and slushy pavement didn't stop Syracuse University students from engaging in pre-game hoopla in anticipation of the SU versus Duke University game on Saturday.
These party-hungry SU students, sporting custom body paint, T-shirts, stickers and more flocked to Castle Court, located on the edge of Walnut park, where outdoor drinking and dancing gave attendees an outlet to partake in Duke-bashing revelry.
The Westboro Baptist Church announced plans to protest Friday night's basketball game.
On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the Bernie Fine scandal became a bit more, well, scandalous. After a week marred by additional accusers, secret tape recordings, federal search warrants and at least one alleged love triangle, it seemed things could get no more bizarre. Then, on Tuesday, the Westboro Baptist Church announced in a press release on its website, that it would be picketing the Syracuse vs.
Syracuse University Alum and founder and chairman of Steiner Sports Marketing to speak at SU on Tuesday.
Brandon Steiner has done business with Derek Jeter, Joe Torre and Eli Manning. Tuesday, he will return to his alma mater (class of 1981) and speak about his experiences in the world of sports.
Steiner is the founder and chairman of Steiner Sports Marketing, the largest collectible inventory business of its kind in the U.S. His visit is sponsored by the David B. Falk Center for Sports Management and is part of a series of guest speakers presented for the students of the Sports Management Club.
Plus, 11 people killed in an accident on a Kentucky highway, and Syracuse University and LeMoyne students bring hope to Bellevue Middle School Academy Students.
Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas does not have to serve jail time for a felony gun charge, says ESPN.com. Judge Robert E. Morin says Arenas has to serve 30 days in a halfway house and register as a gun offender.
He was also sentenced to two years of probation, he must do 400 hours of community service, and he has to give $5,000 to victims of the violent crimes fund.