Some people can't get enough of snow in Syracuse, but others can't wait for it to melt. Here are five reasons why.
Love snow? Hate the cold? As you trudge to class in the piles of Syracuse snow, think about what makes you enjoy the snow. Is it the way it drapes over the houses? The way it quiets every sound around you?
And for those who just want the white stuff to melt, take a minute to vent it all out with these fun recipes, memes and photos.
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The Orange's star attack nets seven goals, while the Maryland transfer makes a statement in her first game with the program.
It's a new and a new team, according to No. 3 Syracuse's Kayla Treanor.
The third-best scorer in team history, Alyssa Murray, is now an assistant coach at Michigan. Also gone from last year's national runner-up are Katie Webster (now a volunteer assistant at SU), midfielder Amy Cross, goalkeeper Alyssa Costantino and defenders Natalie Glanell, Kasey Mock and Liz Harbeson.
But on Saturday, the Orange proved it's still one of the favorites to win the national title.
Chef Zaw Thin Nyein shares dish at local event and helps his family acclimate to Syracuse.
Two months ago, Zaw Thin Nyein relocated to Syracuse from Hawaii; now, he is one of the five home chefs featured in the sixth My Lucky Tummy popup food court.
On Saturday night, people gathered at May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society, taking a bite of the world. Meanwhile, more than being a food court, My Lucky Tummy provides the attendees a space to “meet people and have some conversations,” said Adam Sudmann, founder of My Lucky Tummy.
A local Syracuse man rebuilt his taxi and offers people like SU coach Jim Boeheim rides.
A row of antique yellow-checkered taxicabs lined the road of Brooklyn’s dilapidated Box Street in June. The vehicles stood out with vivid hues on a street populated by warehouses. While this Checker Car Club of America’s annual convention might seem an oddity for most New Yorkers, it’s a tradition for 53-year-old Syracuse resident Phillip Arnold.
The annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration, whose theme this year was "Remember. Celebrate. Act." is in its 30th year, and featured the presentation of the Unsung Hero Awards.
The quest for racial equality in America is still far from complete, award-winning radio journalist and former ABC news correspondent Michele Norris told about 2,000 spectators gathered in the Carrier Dome on Sunday in celebration of the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.