In 'We Were Quiet Once,' a community grapples with the aftershocks of a tragedy that unfolded right in their backyard.
Somerset County is a quiet, small community located in southwest Pennsylvania. It was relatively unknown to the world until the events on September 11, 2001, when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into an open field in the community. Hijacked by terrorists, the plane was reportedly headed to Washington, D.C., but passengers fought to take back to the aircraft, ultimately crashing and killing all 44 passengers on board.
Chef Steve LeClair brings popular food truck craze to Syracuse with his trailer-turned-kitchen
On the first day chef Steve LeClair planned to serve food from his trailer-turned-kitchen, he hopped into his truck and drove down the driveway—pulling out the plug that had been powering the trailer’s refrigerator in anticipation of the grand opening of “Steve’s Street Eats.”
The NewsHouse delivers a Halloween treat with this original horror movie set after hours in some of campus' darkest corridors.
Halloween is upon us, and what better way to spend a lazy afternoon than curled up on the couch with warm apple cider and popcorn to watch some of the greatest Halloween movies and TV shows of all time.
So, we compiled a list of our favorites –- the good, bad and downright corny –- and used them as inspiration to create our own Halloween film.
Sophistafunk, a homegrown Syracuse band that started in 2007, uses improvisation, the audience and other bands to help them create their unique music.
Four years ago, Newhouse graduate Adam Gold sat in on performances by Jack Brown (who was a Newhouse student) and Emanuel Washington at Syracuse's own 'Funk 'n' Waffles.' A jam session with a big group of guys eventually whittled down to just the three men, and Sophistafunk was born.
"It's more of a statement than a generic name," said Brown, the band's MC and lyricist. "It sets you up for the band itself."
On Friday, dozens of models walked the runway in the Newhouse 1 lobby for the fifth annual Fashion Communications Milestone fashion show.
Nearly 100 students crowded into the lobby of Newhouse I on Friday night, eagerly anticipating the start of the fifth annual fashion communications show: “Fashion Follows Form: Fashion and Diversity.”
This year’s fashion show celebrated versatility in the fashion world. The hour-long show marked the fifth anniversary of the Fashion and Beauty Communications Milestone, a joint program between the fashion department in the College of Visual and Performing Arts and Newhouse that allows students to take courses geared to fashion communications.
Nine Newhouse students travel halfway across the world to tell the stories of Grahamstown, South Africa.
Traveling from Syracuse to South Africa on the tail end of the East Coast blizzard that shut down airports, trains and any helpful means of transportation made for a slow build-up to the exciting reporting experience nine Newhouse students were embarking on.
Syracuse University students recorded stories of politics, passion and people across Onondaga County on Election Day 2010.
Hundreds of thousands of New York voters made their voices heard on Election Day 2010, keeping Democrats in power within the state while Republicans took control nationally in the U.S. House of Representatives.