Syracuse University students and coffee proprietors alike admit that java is their pick-me-up of choice.
After waking up from a long night of studying, you need a quick pick-me-up before you head to your 10:30 a.m. lecture. If you intend on making it to class on time, you better plan on getting a head start because many other students have the same idea as you.
Spotlight on sustainability: A bright hope for the Syracuse University campus or a fading dream?
All the buzzing widgets, blinking bulbs and electric air coolers in Newhouse I, II and III zapped through 150,200 kilowatt-hours of electricity last July. This is 7.5 times the energy consumed by the average automobile in the year 2000. It's 64 times the total magnetic field energy in all the magnets of the Large Hadron Collider, and 12 times the average yearly single-family home electricity usage.
Founder of WorldChanging.com Alex Steffen spoke at Hendricks Chapel about achieving big green change.
Those in attendance at Hendricks Chapel might have been surprised by the many statistics and studies Alex Steffen rattled off about environmental sustainability Tuesday afternoon. Yet the sometimes counter-intuitive facts he cited all pointed to a common theme: achieving a sustainable future, he says, isn’t about doing things differently -- it’s about doing different things.
Plus, two brothers charged with assault of a Fayette winery owner, and cause of King Tut's death revealed
After two years of little merger activity, many energy companies are expected to look for ways to increase their reserves, acquire oil and gas fields and invest in new technology. The New York Times says these new mergers will be unlike the deals of the 1990s, which created huge companies like Exxon Mobilor or ConocoPhilips. Instead, companies will set their sights on much smaller fast-growing companies.
A six-month old baby survived after falling off a platform into the path of an oncoming train in Australia.
A six-month old baby survived after falling under a train, according to CNN.com.The stroller had rolled off a platform at the Ashburton railway station in Melbourne, Australia, after the mother momentarily let go of it.
The stroller was then right in the path of an oncoming train, which would later drag the stroller and the baby 33 yards down the tracks before the train stopped.