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How to make the most of SU's Career Expo
Learn the do’s and don’ts when meeting potential employers Thursday, plus Joe Blum’s advice for what not to do during an interview.
The Carrier Dome has filled up with W’s
Syracuse University posted its 11th consecutive victory, defeating little Wagner (2-4) in women’s basketball, 93-55, Wednesday night.
Miss Marie Massacre
This self-taught makeup maven plays with bright colors, hoping for a bright future.
Football Friday - Louisville
The Orange (3-6, 0-4 Big East) travel to Louisville (3-6, 0-4) Saturday for a noon game that will be broadcast on BIG EAST Network.
Funk, waffles, and sign language
After a yearlong job search, Bail Chol, a deaf Sudanese immigrant, has found a home at Funk 'n Waffles.
Halftime Snack still has football eligibility
Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone announced Monday that star wide receiver Mike Williams quit the team. Halftime Snack reaches out to Coach Marrone.
Coming out in October
LGBT students and their straight allies celebrate Coming Out Month and discuss the resources available to them on campus.
The Sand Men: Buddhist monks create sand mandala
Buddhist monks spent more than 30 hours creating an intricate sand mandala in Eggers Hall at Syracuse University.
Otto-Tune Podcast: Most underrated acts of 2009
Two Otto-Tune writers debate what acts you should be paying more attention to in 2009.
Can't miss CNY concerts for October
If you want to create a music "scene" for yourself in Syracuse, you need to expand your horizons (specifically south to Ithaca and west to Buffalo). Luckily, October is a pretty robust month.
Night of remembrance
Students gather to honor the victims of Pan Am Flight 103 after the recent release of the Lockerbie bomber.
An Afternoon at Chuck's
Chuck’s Cafe is like an old sneaker—comfortable, familiar and a little smelly.
My Lucky Tummy: One chef's story
Chef Zaw Thin Nyein shares dish at local event and helps his family acclimate to Syracuse.
Groups raise environmental concerns for I-81, call for transformative solution
Many factors and alternative options are under consideration for the future of the I-81 highway.
College students start their Thanksgiving break on a good note with Ingrid Michaelson
Review: The red-headed singer-songwriter brought her charming pop songs to the State Theatre of Ithaca on Saturday, Nov. 22.
New game 'The Vanishing of Ethan Carter' emphasizes the stories we tell and how we tell them
Review: The new PC game places players inside the heart of a slowly unraveling mystery, with plenty of gorgeous visuals to entice them further.
13 Curves: A story of love and death
In this original silent film, a pair of ghosts teaches a living couple that love conquers all, including death.
Biking booms on the Hill, with SUNY ESF bike-lending program and plans in works at SU
More than 80 students signed up for SUNY ESF's bike library in the fall.
iSchool students partner with global technology company to create “hack-proof” security initiative
Known as Stealth, the still-developing technology will make the Internet go dark to hackers.
'Ship of Theseus': Different fragments, one life
Review: The Indian film, featured at the 2014 Syracuse International Film Festival, asks philosophical questions and presents beautifully orchestrated answers.
Syracuse football: offense hits new low in loss to Louisville
The Orange musters only 255 offensive yards, coughs up two turnovers in sluggish performance.
SU Abroad's center in Poland takes 11 students through Central Europe in its first full-semester program
Students based in Wroclaw, Poland, focus their studies on the theme of reconciliation in the region.
Music maven and alum Josh Grabelle talks entrepreneurship in the metal realm
The founder of record label and publishing company Bullet Tooth returned to campus to speak on his experience working with heavy music artists in the industry.
'Lakshmi' is not a film for the weak-hearted
Review: Filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor's take on the horrid world of Indian sex trafficking is expertly acted and directed, which makes it all the more difficult to stomach.
Etan Thomas, former Syracuse basketball stars return for fatherhood panel
The panel tackled issues faced by children in single-parent homes and encouraged students to forge their own destiny.
Plus-size model and SU alumna Emme influences fashion design curriculum, launches year-long contest
Through Emme's initiative, SU is the first U.S. college to bring plus-size mannequins into the classroom.
The Great New York State Fair-well to Summer
The fair ran for 12 days and captured an array of the Empire State's culture from livestock, to Native American Heritage, to fried tasty treats.
Refugees watching the Iraqi divide from afar
Middle Eastern refugees in Syracuse worry about Iraqi relatives living in the violence back home.
The Bacon Brothers bring on the cheese to rock state fair crowd
Review: Movie and television star Kevin Bacon brought his Hollywood swagger to the New York State Fair with his band, The Bacon Brothers, on Aug. 23.
Bear vs. Deer: Syracuse pronunciation saga continues
About 3,000 people have suggested how SU Chancellor Kent Syverud should say the city and school's name, but there is no clear winner yet.
What has Syracuse given you?
Commentary: SU to thank for helping graduates learn, grow as people.
SU Drama's "Spring Awakening" demands to be seen
Review: The production of the 2006 Tony Award-winning rock musical closes the university's season with creative daring.
Style Lottery turns Hall of Languages into walk-in closet for the afternoon
Style Lottery, a philanthropic fashion event, gives shoppers an opportunity to swap five old items of clothing for "new" wardrobe items from the closets of other attendees.
"Stud" dares to explore the reaches of art and the depths of self-identity
Director Ryan Travis and his ensemble of young men set out to expose the realities and falsities of the modern male African-American experience in a new derived theatrical performance.
Syracuse University, we’ve been Crashed!
Chuck's and other local spots experienced a (small) British invasion this past week as the cast of TV's 'Campus Crashers' tried party like American college students.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy honored in annual celebration
1,900 people gathered at the 29th annual event in the Carrier Dome featuring Freeman Hrabowski, a university president who marched with Dr. King in the 1960s.
CollegeHumor Live taking SU to school
Four Internet comedians, including Syracuse alumnus, set to perform.
Auxygen brings campus innovators together to form professional, "creative powerhouse"
In just one year, the student start-up has moved from the basement of Theta Chi to a real storefront in downtown Syracuse — and brought with it clients from all over the world.
SU reacts to LGBT-targeted vandalism
A campus display intended to raise awareness of transgender individuals was vandalized Friday.
Reflecting and looking ahead for outgoing SA President Allie Curtis
After a term that "toughened" her up, Allie Curtis will continue to stay involved in student government during her final semester at SU.
Exploring culture in the Netherlands
SU field hockey rallies to advance to ACC quarterfinals
The Orange scored three unanswered goals to defeat Boston College and move on to play North Carolina.
The Orange Pop: "Gravity," Fall TV Check-Ins, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees (Episode 6)
The pop culture team drools over Alfonso Cuaron's latest, assesses what's going on with TV that is currently airing (or maybe not airing anymore), before talking about the newest nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Journalist: Why aren't we doing anything about global warming?
The world is warming -- and scientists are confident that humans are at least partially to blame. So Dan Grossman wonders why aren't we doing anything about it?
'Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson' gives rock opera history lesson
Review: The Red House's 'Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson' offers pertinent satire in the form of fun, self-indulgent rock songs.
New Sadler Dining Hall serves as green stepping stone
With trayless and paperless dining, the newly renovated Sadler Dining Hall is the starting point for a new wave of sustainable changes at SU.
In their shoes
Video: The Syracuse University class of 1963, celebrating its Golden Reunion this year, offers advice to current students and this year's graduating class.
Onondaga Lake Park expo promotes traditional Native American lacrosse
The first annual Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Expo featured exhibition lacrosse games, Native American craft vendors, stick-making demonstrations, and social dancing.
Renowned Buddhist Monk talks world hunger
The Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi spoke about global hunger to an intimate crowd at Hendricks Chapel on Monday evening.
Make it six for No. 6 Syracuse
The Orange field hockey team continued its early season domination thanks to a late goal.
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