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Screaming, Silly String and sisterhood: SU's 2013 sorority Bid Day
Hundreds of young Syracuse women celebrated their acceptance Sunday into one of 11 Panhellenic sororities with cheering and dancing aplenty.
SU choreographer uses diverse personal influences to inspire his teaching methods
Anthony Salatino's creative journey of dance, choreography, and directing help him bring love and support into the classroom.
Café Kubal brings an extra kick to its coffee
The new Marshall Street coffee joint educates about the origins of its products through a Skype session with a Honduras farmer
Students rally on behalf of Former Cpl. Joe Shanley
Students gathered together Monday afternoon to protest the position change of Department of Public Safety Officer Joe Shanley.
The Underground Poetry Spot creates a place of expression for poets
Founder Seneca Wilson wanted to develop a community in Syracuse to nurture the love and power of spoken word poetry.
Making the cut: SU students search for the perfect barber
Finding the right barber can be difficult and tedious, but some Syracuse students have found the right fit at local shops.
Carnegie renovation to restore legacy
The Carnegie Library restoration project has been years in the making and will restore the building to its former magnificence.
Setnor School offers conservatory environment for music students
SU's School of Music provides a serious education for dedicated musicians of all types.
Boeheim wins 900th career game
With a 72-68 victory over Detroit Monday night, the No. 3 Orange improve to 10-0 on the season, and head Coach Jim Boeheim became the third all-time winningest coach in NCAA men's Div. 1 history with his 900th career win.
Experts argue the pros, cons of "fracking" at Maxwell debate
More than 160 people attended the event, which was part of a debate series sponsored by the Campbell Public Affairs Institute.
'Street Eats' food truck set to settle down
After his food truck's successful debut, chef Steve LeClair is closing down the truck for the winter and opening up a deli.
Syracuse braces for Hurricane Sandy by stockpiling supplies
Supermarkets saw shortages today as students and locals gathered water, batteries and groceries in anticipation of the storm. Check out our tips for surviving Sandy, and make sure you're prepared.
The Newshouse Staff's Hurricane Playlist
Our picks will keep you occupied while while you ride out the storm at home or in your dorm.
SU alumnus carves out his own niche in the Halloween business
Ryan Wickstrand's Zombie Pumpkins celebrates a decade of pumpkin carving concepts.
Syracuse joins the CrossFit craze
CrossFit 315 offers SU students a place to train and improve their stamina with its structured workout routines.
"Common Ground for Peace" forum begins with morning panel
"The Rise of Democracy in the Middle East" sets the tone for the highly anticipated two-day forum.
LCD Soundsystem Film Screens at The Westcott Theater
Shut Up and Play The Hits, a film documenting the bands final, sold out show at Madison Square Garden, screened in Syracuse last night.
Dine at these restaurants for your Meatless Monday meal
Looking for a way to get your veggie fix? We've compiled a list of top picks for vegetarian restaurants in Syracuse.
Syracuse chef brings unique, fresh taste to Central New York with 'Steve’s Street Eats' food truck
Chef Steve LeClair brings popular food truck craze to Syracuse with his trailer-turned-kitchen
Part-time English professor dies Tuesday night
William D. West, a part-time professor in the Syracuse University English department and former writer for The Syracuse Post-Standard, died Tuesday night from cancer complications
Join our chat on social media and education
Take part by tweeting or following the discussion at #SMinEDU starting at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17.
Chinese dating game brings touch of drama to Hendricks Chapel
Based on Chinese dating show "Fei Cheng Wu Rao," female student choose or reject male bachelors in front of a full audience.
A Syracuse native spends a week in Austin, Texas, for South by Southwest.
Auto accident frequency creeps upward
Syracuse University public safety officials say being more aware is the best way to curb traffic accidents on campus.
Cults' shoegazing indie sound shines
Review: Cults, The Vanderbuilts successfully open University Union's first Bandersnatch show of the semester with enthusiastic brand of indie-rock.
A Bicycle Lover’s Guide to Syracuse
Where to go to buy bikes, talk bikes and ride bikes
Midfield propels Orange to victory over Great Danes
Syracuse men's lacrosse team uses 10 straight goals to pull away from Albany in the season opener.
You can't paint the Middle East with one broad stroke
SU public diplomacy graduate student explores a new culture in Bahrain and learns no one country is like the next.
The meme that wouldn't shut up
Commentary: The NewsHouse takes its place in the glorious marketplace of bad ideas.
Syracuse experiences unusually warm winter
Snowfall levels this year are nearly half of what they typically are.
A February music lookahead for Syracuse
Want some live music this month? Here's a brief look at some of the more prominent concerts coming up in the Syracuse community.
Orange set school record with 20 straight wins
Syracuse defeated Pittsburgh for the first time since 2006
SU community dishes on the hype surrounding reality TV
Reality TV's affordability and entertainment value inspires Syracuse television enthusiasts to make their own shows.
Top 12 hair icons of the last century
EDITORIAL: From bangs to bouffants, we made a list of the most iconic hairstyles from pop culture.
Police investigate sexual abuse claims against SU assistant men's basketball coach
Long-time assistant coach for the Syracuse men’s basketball program Bernie Fine is under a police investigation for claims of molesting a former ball boy for the team.
Bat Boy flaps, doesn't fly
Review: The bizarre musical at The Red House spooks viewers this Halloween season.
Beyond Borders: The face of public diplomacy
An academic panel discussed relations between the United States and Middle East nations.
Rachael Yamagata strolls through Ithaca
Review: The singer/songwriter returns to the stage after a three-year absence.
Spin Doctors bring 20 years of Kryptonite to Syracuse
Review: The 90s rockers played their hit album Pocket Full of Kryptonite in its entirety at The Westcott Theater
Quidditch season takes off
The Syracuse quidditch season kicked off this past weekend with a loss against RIT. But their spirits remain sky high, even though they can't fly on those broomsticks.
Red House rocks 219 Takeover
Review: Last-minute cancellations fail to stop 219 Takeover in downtown Syracuse.
Homecoming at the State Fair with The Scarlet Ending
The Syracuse-based band returns home to play the opening day of the Fair at Chevy Court.
Anthony Green gets up close and personal at Funk 'N Waffles
Review: The Circa Survive front man teamed up with Good Old War to play for a sell-out crowd Saturday night at Funk 'N Waffles.
Sweating over Zumba
Take an in depth look at Zumba, the popular group exercise program.
Verbal Blend unites words and performance
The spoken word program encourages SU student poets to think, write and share original works.
Witnessing the Historic Egyptian Revolution
A Newhouse junior who has lived in Eqypt most of her life spent spring break filming protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Networking at the SU and SUNY-ESF commencement
The annual spring exercise honors nearly 5,500 SU graduates, many of whom stayed connected with Facebook, Twitter and their social networks throughout the ceremony.
Resilient SU gymnast competes one-handed
Teammates, coaches and friends marvel at SU sophomore Casey Lesieur's motivation and seemingly effortless routines since injuring her wrist four years ago.
Bond makes a difference on the job
A friendship between two Syracuse EMTs enables them to endure tragedies and threats during the overnight shift.
An evening Brew for all tastes
Review: The jam band took a small Westcott Theater audience on a ride across musical genres during a recently rescheduled show.
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