Orange Nation got its first glimpse of the 2015-16 men's and women's basketball teams.
Syracuse hoops fans had a ball at Orange Madness Friday evening at the Carrier Dome. The annual pre-season event introduces the men’s and women’s basketball teams and allows them to shine under beaming lights and blasting music.
Review: Colorful show and confessional lyrics help the indie-pop headliner win over American audiences.
Last night, Syracuse University students finally took off their beloved yoga pants and school hoodies, swarming the Carrier Dome to see ultra-popular British indie-pop band The 1975 headline the 2016 Rock the Dome concert.
The avid fans, mostly young women in artful makeup and flashy sun dresses, lined up two hours before the opening. But once inside, the fans had to wait a little longer.
University Union's winter concert will return to the Carrier Dome on Nov. 4 after going on hiatus in 2013.
After disappearing from University Union’s concert calendar for several years, Rock the Dome will return this November with rock band The 1975 and alt-pop duo Oh Wonder.
The concert will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, in the Carrier Dome, UU officials announced Sunday night. In addition to The 1975 and Oh Wonder performing, rapper 070 Shake will open the show.
Orange scores two fourth-quarter touchdowns to secure first ACC victory.
The Syracuse Orange football team hadn’t beaten a ranked opponent since 2012, and not many fans expected that to change against the Virginia Tech Hokies on Saturday at the Carrier Dome. But, in stunning fashion, the No. 17 Hokies (4-2, 2-1 ACC) fell to Syracuse (3-4, 1-2 ACC), 31-17.
Fans stormed the field following the victory, ecstatic their team pulled out an upset.
SU jumps out to 17 point lead in first quarter, but scores on just one other possession as USF pulls away
The Syracuse Orange’s offense racked up more yards, first downs, and even had longer possession time than their opponent, the South Florida Bulls, on Saturday afternoon at the Carrier Dome. However, USF (3-0) beat Syracuse where it mattered, winning 45-20 off the strength of three touchdowns by senior wide receiver Rodney Adams.