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Working through an economic funk
Business slows at Funk 'n Waffles but owners plan to weather the downturn.
Gaming class goes online through YouTube
SU professor says he's moving online education in a new direction
Jewelry designs from the dorm
Recent SU graduate Emilie Shapiro created her own line of jewelry and accessories.
The downturn in the economy has challenged houses of faith in Central New York.
A gold rush town no more
Endicott, N.Y., is now a "toxic plume" after the old IBM plant spilled toxic chemicals into the ground in the 1970s.
An Afternoon at Chuck's
Chuck’s Cafe is like an old sneaker—comfortable, familiar and a little smelly.
SU's unofficial Quidditch team gives students something to talk about
An Honest Face: An Evening at Al’s Wine & Whiskey
Al's, a hip chilled out lounge with an indie music selection to match. Now there’s something that goes down easy.
Living in Faith
Paulette Johnson battles breast cancer with a positive outlook.
Solving problems with flags and a football
Competition runs high when SU sororities play Powder Puff football for charity.
Student filmmakers learn the struggles of homelessness from a man making his way off the streets.
The Hancock Housing area, located near Syracuse's Hancock Airport, has been abandoned for years.
The Final Note: SU singer's last national anthem
Jonathan Shew completes his career at SU's final home basketball game
Hip-hop state of mind
New course at SU teaches students about the cultural and social significance of hip-hop.
"We won't have it!"
The Syracuse University campus comes together to protest against sexual violence.
Facebook has reached new heights of popularity, but some say using the site has consequences.
Help in a Crisis: SU Student Interns at Vera House
In tough economic times, Vera House gets support from student interns.
Make 'Em Laugh
Student stand-up comedians struggle and succeed with an isolating art.
Don't give up the fight
The Icon and The Axe bring some "Propaganda" to Aux Records
Local X-Box master conquers gaming world
Former Baldwinsville resident Tom Taylor has become the face of gaming world by mastering Halo 3.
Syracuse University senior Eric Ouellette is an active member of the Oran Mor Pipe Band, teaching aspiring players in his free time and aspiring to be a member of the best pipe band in the world.
Guys don't have all the fun
SU's female basketball fans aren't all that different from the boys.
Broccoli-Cheddar Chowder for Less Than $5
A quick and cheap way to make a warm and healthy dish
Omanii's Hot Dog Stand offers financial help to area teenagers
In 1969 the hill was buzzing with student activism, the students made demands and the faculty listened.
Sexy Orange Bhangra
Members of SU's co-ed Bhangra team share their motivations for dancing and maintaining the Punjab tradition.
Syracuse's salsa family
Latin dance and culture shakes things up in Central New York.
The Music Men
A night spent with SU's premiere all-male a cappella group shows the bond between the gents.
Syracuse band Sophistafunk is creating a new sound by combining funk and hip-hop.
You Better Act Like You Know
Syracuse University hosts a showcase to help bring awareness about the spread of HIV/AIDS in the black community.
The Juggling Act
For over 50 years the Juggling Club has entertained the Syracuse community
Breakdance 101 with the Beat Munchers
Meet some of the hottest B-boys on Syracuse University's campus. Wanna learn how to be a B-boy or B-girl, too? Watch for a "how-to" move that will have all your friends ooh-ing and ahh-ing.
For the Love of the Lutz
On the Ice with Syracuse University‚Äôs Synchronized Skating Team
Syracuse Football: Heavy Lifting Required
The Syracuse University football program adjusts to life under a new head coach.
Aux for the love of music
Aux Records throws a birthday party
Seeing is believing
Paranormal investigators explore CNY military barracks in search of more than just bumps in the night.
One of Washington, D.C.'s, best sommeliers is a hard-core metal enthusiast
Why we smoke?
Today's college students were raised on anti-tobacco campaigns and smoking bans, yet many still get hooked on cigarettes.
The Ice Climbers
Nick Grybauskas clings like a spider to the wall of ice. Soon there will be a 20 foot -- and counting -- vertical drop between man and ground.
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