Entertainment: Multimedia Belt

February 12, 2016 - 1:06pm
World-renowned DJ Carnage dazzles Westcott Theater concert-goers with "I Like Tuh," "November Skies" and remix of Adele's "Hello."

DJ Carnage put on a great show Thursday night at the Westcott Theater. His stop in Syracuse was part of the "Papi Gordo Tour," which began following the release of his EP at the end of last October.

 

November 11, 2017 - 12:04pm
Review: EDM dominated even before the popular duo took the stage.

Louis the Child was everything you'd hope for from a Westcott Theater concert. The dance floor was packed, people were dancing in small groups, Juuls were being passed around, the lights were blinding and the music was bumping.

November 9, 2017 - 10:42pm
Historian Jill Lepore spoke at Hendricks Chapel on Thursday evening on the topic of her newest book, "The Secret History of Wonder Woman."

The latest installment of Syracuse's University Lectures brought Jill Lepore, an American historian, David Woods Kemper ’41 Professor of American History at Harvard University, and staff writer at The New Yorker to Hendricks Chapel on Thursday night.

November 5, 2017 - 8:17pm
Gallery: The rapper GoldLink performed after opening performances from Shy Glizzy aka Jefe and Kranium

Students gathered in Goldstein Auditorium Saturday night for Greek Freak, headlined by GoldLink. The show also featured Shy Glizzy, now known as Jefe, and Kranium. 

The show was originally supposed to take place in September, with Meek Mill as the headliner. First, it was pushed back to November, and then Meek Mill was replaced as the headliner. 

November 4, 2017 - 11:42pm
Gallery: The Otto's Empire Belly Dance Troupe showcase featured dances from traditional belly dancing cultures.

Otto's Empire Belly Dance Troupe put on their first ever showcase in Schine Underground Saturday afternoon.

October 24, 2017 - 8:52am
The production blocked pedestrian traffic in front of the Hall of Languages on Tuesday morning.

Jeff Goldblum and the cast and crew of The Mountain, an upcoming independent film, were on the SU campus this morning. Pedestrian traffic was partially blocked off on campus Tuesday because of the shoot.

The film, which is set in the 1950s, also brought several old-fashioned cars to campus. 

September 29, 2017 - 8:59am
Indie rock band LVL UP played for almost 200 people at WERW's launch party on Thursday night.

This Thursday night WERW, the only student-run radio station at Syracuse University kicked off the semester with a memorable concert filled with plenty of music and energy.

The indie rock band LVL UP and Syracuse's The Wisconaut took the stage in Schine Underground, packing the room with their very distinctive sounds.

September 23, 2017 - 9:28am
Review: 'The Three Musketeers' opens Syracuse Stage's 2017-2018 theater season with plenty of sword fights and some problematic casting.

Clouds hung overhead inside the Syracuse Stage’s Archbold Theatre Friday night, while several sword holstering men took the stage. Audience members filed in to a sold-out theater as the actors practiced their swordsmanship, giving eager viewers a chance to pull out all the fencing-related jokes they'd been saving.

“Have you been practicing with your butter knife?” said one person in the back.

September 16, 2017 - 8:37am
Review: Lalah Hathaway inspires Latino and African American Syracuse University alums with classics, but loses them with more modern material.

On Friday night, Lalah Hathaway took roughly 1,300 concertgoers back in time to the 1980s and ‘90s. Hathaway was the musical performer for this year’s Coming Back Together reunion, which brings African American and Latino Syracuse University alumni to campus every three years for a weekend of celebration.

September 10, 2017 - 7:40pm
Review: The Diplo-headlined music festival started strong, but petered out as the audience dwindled.

By 11 a.m. buses full of glittery girls in crop tops and boys in partially buttoned Hawaiian shirts and started the trek to South Campus. The lineup at Juice Jam 2017 consisted of Diplo, Ugly God, MØ, Smallpools, and Jeremy Zucker. The first three sets would’ve been enough to fill the fun day of music most students were looking for, but Ugly God and Diplo’s sets left something to be desired.