Syracuse looks to build on last season's 31-10 victory against the Chippewas in Mount Pleasant
For the second-straight season, Syracuse has begun the year with a 2-0 record. Much to its dismay, though, the Orange lost nine of its remaining 10 games last season. On Saturday afternoon against Central Michigan, ‘Cuse will be looking to exorcise those demons.
Amateur astronomer known as "Barefoot Bob" educates locals during monthly astronomy events across Central New York.
At the end of Wilson Drive, a quiet street in the sleepy village of Marcellus, New York, is a house on a small hill that stands out from all the others. The home would look like any of the other low-key ranches on the block if not for the 12 solar panels installed to the roof, or the eight-foot-tall wind turbine perched on top. A vibrant greenhouse takes up half of this already modest dwelling.
Businesses from all over Syracuse styled and decorated windows at the iconic Landmark Theatre, creating stylish fantasies featuring live models.
The windows lining the corner of Clinton and Jefferson Streets have been transformed from vacant spaces into interactive showcases with live models and decorations, ranging from finger-condoms to cotton-ball clouds, as part of the Third Annual Landmark Theatre Window Project. The event, held Thursday, Sept.
After blowout victories in Week 1, the Syracuse Orange and Wake Forest Demon Deacons will face-off at the Carrier Dome on Saturday afternoon.
It was a great start to the season for the Syracuse Orange and Wake Forest Demon Deacons; both teams collectively outscored their opponents by a score of 88-3. On Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome, a clash between the ACC teams will have both squads looking to make a statement in Week 2 of the young season.
Somethin' Bad: Miranda Lambert brings somethin' great to brand new Lakeview Amphitheater stage and sets the bar high for future performers.
The Lakeview Amphitheater joined other open-air venues that dot Route 90 as one of the premier concert spots when Miranda Lambert took the stage and around 10,000 fans jumped and threw their hands in the air.
An SU senior narrates her own experience at the competition and describes the feeling of stepping into a ring.
The days leading up to the USIBA Boxing Nationals were tiresome. Some days I would go to the gym at noon, workout for an hour, go to class, go back to the gym, run a few miles, then do a two-hour boxing workout. Other days, the team focused on sparring, or shadow boxing. It basically started to consume my life, even showing up in my dreams.
But training was nothing like stepping into the ring for the first time. You train for months, but you only have six minutes in the ring to prove yourself.