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Whiteboard Video: Cincinnati's fourth down touchdown
Halftime Snack's Kyle Leach explains how a botched field goal attempt turned into another TD in last week's game against Cincinnati.
Motivated to jam
Medeski Martin and Wood's drummer sheds light on the trio's musical ambitions as the band's latest tour arrives in Syracuse on Sunday.
Remembrance Week 2009
Syracuse University remembers the 35 students lost in the Pan Am Flight 103 tragedy with scholarships and memorial events.
Tackling New York Magazine's So-Called "Brooklyn Sound"
It's kind of sad NY Mag is so painfully late in addressing the music scene in Brooklyn. That said, their list of iconic indie songs that define the scene is somewhat misinformed and nauseating.
SU head basketball coach Jim Boeheim reached a coaching milestone with Syracuse's 75-43 victory over Albany Monday night.
An eclectic evening with the New York Chamber Soloists
The varying range of musicianship among the members of the New York Chamber Soloists allowed for an enjoyable, but unstable, night of chamber music.
The Everson brings Turner and Cezanne to Syracuse
European Modernism migrates to Central New York in Turner to Cezanne: Masterpieces from the Davies Collection, National Museum Wales.
Orange feel it in the Pitt of stomach
Delone Carter ripped of a career-best 58-yard run to start the game. And there’s not much to say after that. Syracuse lost to first-place Pittsburgh, 37-10, Saturday afternoon at sunny Heinz Field.
Lyrically, Hip-Hop. Musically, funk.
Local hip-hop group, The Goonies, performed at Empire Brewing Co. on Friday night and delivered a show that challenged the boundaries of the genre.
Football Friday - Pittsburgh
The Syracuse football team flows down one of the three rivers into Pittsburgh on Saturday. A game is the best thing for this troubled squad.
Christie Hefner on Playboy, Pornography and Business
Hefner speaks on her experience in the magazine industry, pornography and the demographics of Playboy.
Funk, waffles, and sign language
After a yearlong job search, Bail Chol, a deaf Sudanese immigrant, has found a home at Funk 'n Waffles.
Aument to perform at Funk 'N Waffles
Sophomore Sarah Aument brings her music to new audiences, thanks to student-run record label.
Hefner packs the Herg
Former CEO Christie Hefner, daughter of the world’s most infamous man-about-town Hugh Hefner, helped transform Playboy the magazine into Playboy the brand.
O,Morning Records Showcase
Get an ear-full of some of SU's hottest music talent this Friday at Funk N'Waffles
Jack's Mannequin Reminds Listeners Why Live Music Rocks
Jack's Mannequin rocked out at the Westcott Theater Tuesday night for a Jack Daniel's promotional event and hit audiences harder than the Jack and Cokes. But in a good way.
Miner elected Syracuse mayor
The first-ever woman mayor collects 50 percent of the vote to top two competitors.
Around The Blogs: Julian Casablancas, Peter Gabriel and Syracuse shows.
This week spans everything from actual news about The Strokes to a plethora of options in Syracuse on Nov. 17.
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.
CNY Jazz Orchestra Finds the Happy Medium
The CNY Jazz Orchestra with special guests Joe Riposo and Steve Brown delivered a Friday night performance that lived up to its title: "Legends of Upstate New York, Part I."
Three floors of Halloween madness
Hundreds of costumed SU students flock to off-campus parties to celebrate Halloween weekend.
Turnovers and missed calls hand SU a 28-7 loss to Cincinnati
“Bad stuff happens but you have to keep positive and keep moving forward.” - SU running back Delone Carter on his red zone fumble.
Review- "A Serious Man": Modern-day Book of Job. With Laughs.
The Coens' latest film finally comes to Syracuse.
Bearcats steal candy from Orange
Fifth-ranked Cincinnati forced two Syracuse turnovers in the red zone Saturday afternoon, piling up 422 yards of offense on the way to a 28-7 win.
Syracuse Symphony Orchestra with the souls of Beethoven and Rachmaninoff
The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra was joined by guest artist Jon Kimura Parker for an evening that rejoiced in the spirit of Romanticism.
Halloween according to Joe Blum
Commentary: A holiday packed with fear, candy-binging and near-nakedness doesn't appeal to everyone.
Review: The Cleveland Show
Animation Saturation: Seth McFarlane's latest animated sitcom, "The Cleveland Show," falls flat.
Review: Jennifer's Body
More to Jennifer than her body.
Review: Enter the Void
Gaspar Noe nixes substance for style, in his follow up to Irreversible.
Review: Fear Not the Darkness in "Rabbit Hole"
Syracuse University's Black Box Players Stage a Poignant Treatment of the Grieving Process
Treat yourself this Halloween
You're too old to be trick-or-treating so consider these for the scariest day of the year.
Can Syracuse football trick the Bearcats on Saturday?
Fifth-ranked Cincinnati comes to the Carrier Dome for a noon Big East game. The top offense in the country gets the fast surface against a porous Orange defensive backfield.
Meet a few of the living dead who recently roamed downtown Syracuse.
Field Hockey hosts cheap Halloween party
The No. 5 ranked Orange field hockey team closes the regular season against Rutgers on Oct. 31; game time is 1 p.m.
iSchool bridges art and technology
The Windows Project features installations designed and created by artists in the SU community.
Mike Posner sets it off in the Underground
Review: Hip-hop artist and Duke senior stages an energy-packed party to celebrate his new album release.
Review: Falling into "Rabbit Hole"
SU's Black Box Players portray a grieving family.
Send ANTM to rehab, Tyra is drunk on craziness
Review: America's Next Top Model has strayed far from what made the reality show so popular...and good.
Otto-Tune Podcast: The Top Females in Indie Rock
Fresh off a trip from seeing St. Vincent in action, two Otto-Tune bloggers debate the best leading ladies in indie rock.
Halloween According to Joe Blum
Find out why Joe never truly understands why people think Halloween is so awesome.
Vertical Horizon shows the love at Westcott
The Washington, D.C.-based band makes a connection with the Syracuse crowd.
Born without arms or legs, SU alum John Robinson tells his story about facing life's challenges.
Artist to Watch: Freelance Whales
Next time you see a street performer, don't just shrug them off. They might be the next "it" band
Whiteboard Video: Delone Carter's 4th quarter TD
Halftime Snack breaks down the Orange's final score against Akron.
Vertical Horizon set to play Westcott
Review: Upstate New York Ballet's "Dracula"
Upstate New York Ballet's "Dracula" is a performance full of manic grace.
Carter takes the lead in rushing past Akron
The Orange benefit from Delone Carter's career performance to defeat Zips, 28-14.
Another day where Mike Williams is missed
Syracuse wide receiver Mike Williams has been suspended for the Akron game. SU Athletics press release states: "due to a violation of team rules.”
Coming out in October
LGBT students and their straight allies celebrate Coming Out Month and discuss the resources available to them on campus.
Life and Laughter at the Opera
The Syracuse Opera gave patrons something to smile about tonight with its first show of the season, La Boheme.
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