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Newhouse professor Tula Goenka on Indian films beyond Bollywood
Goenka’s new book offers a glimpse at the largest movie business of the world including its diversity and contemporary trends.
Future contributors of The NewsHouse: Join us for our Open House!
Anyone interested in contributing to this site, gaining some relevant experience and meeting some like-minded people should join us Wednesday, Jan. 28th, at 6:30 p.m. in the Kramer War Room (Room 252 of Newhouse 3).
Women's basketball: Peterson continues stellar play in win over N.C. State
The point guard scored 27 points as the Orange launched a furious second-half run to pull away.
Comedian/actor Adam DeVine to perform Feb. 24 at Goldstein
University Union lines up 'Workaholics' co-creator and star for stand-up show.
Men's basketball: Shoddy free-throw shooting dooms Orange in loss to Miami
Key misses by Rakeem Christmas and Michael Gbinije down the stretch allow the Hurricanes to escape with another conference victory.
Country singer Lee Brice fulfills promise for Syracuse concertgoers
Review: Country singers Lee Brice and Chris Young kicked off their co-headlining tour in Syracuse, giving fans a night to remember, if the beer allowed.
Kombucha: An ancient drink for modern times
Commentary: The author shares her story of how she came to love a strange, but nutritiously-packed beverage.
Men's basketball: Balanced SU offense holds off Boston College
With Rakeem Christmas battling foul trouble, the Orange's secondary scoring options led the team to a rebound win.
Country star Lee Brice has orange in his blood, too
Two of country's biggest stars, Lee Brice and Chris Young, kick off 'One Night Live Tour' Thursday at Syracuse's War Memorial.
Men's soccer: Bono, Thomas drafted by Toronto FC of MLS
The pair led Syracuse's stout defense during its run to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA tournament.
NPR host speaks of importance of MLK's life lessons in annual celebration
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.
Rip City Rick channels hip-hop's past and present to connect genres and generations
SU senior Ricky Laubenstein shows promising future in the music industry as a rapper, singer, and producer.
Marshall Street workers remember Gertis McDowell
Locals share stories about the unofficial "mayor of Marshall Street."
A Christmas to remember: SU big man has career night in win over Wake Forest
The senior poured in a career-high 35 points as the Orange continued its hot start in conference play.
Men's basketball: Cooney buries Florida State with hot shooting
The redshirt-junior's season-high 28 points propelled SU to its first ACC home win of the season.
Chris McCullough out for season with torn ACL
The freshman had started all 16 games for the Orange.
Local artists Rhys Harper and Gavin Rouille explore the changing transgender conversation through artwork at the Syracuse Trans*cending Gender exhibit.
Price Chopper to Market 32: Grocery store to rebrand and reinvigorate business
Beginning next spring, Price Chopper will rebrand itself, incorporating a new display and layout into stores.
Women's basketball: Sykes out for remainder of season
The junior has now suffered two ACL injuries within the past 10 months.
Year in review: Women's soccer sputters to lowest win total since 2009
A struggling offense and off-the-field distractions derailed a promising start to the 2014 season.
Orange begins ACC play with momentum... and lingering questions
Without a signature win to its credit, SU is hoping for a strong push during conference play to bolster its tournament chances.
Year in review: Men's soccer rises to the top
Led by one of the nation's best players in goalkeeper Alex Bono, the Orange became a legitimate ACC contender.
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.
Elementary principal fighting to fund his public school
Marc Gosselin, principal of Anna Lane Lingelbach Elementary near Philadelphia, inherited a budget that provided only 40 cents of support to each student.
Foul finish: Syracuse squanders late lead, loses to Villanova in OT
A disastrous turnover in the closing seconds gives the Wildcats an opening to capitalize.
Syracuse basketball: Cooney's big night lifts Orange to nail-biting victory
The guard's best shooting performance of the season helped set up a dramatic last-second win.
A Year In Review: 2014's top musical moments
Goldring Arts Journalism grad student Kate Drozynski picks the best recordings, the best live shows and the best musicians from 2014.
Plowshares Craftsfair is a perfect introduction to Syracuse Peace Council
The Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival, held Dec. 1, allowed community members to get a glimpse of the full mission of the Syracuse Peace Council.
Record number of women in Congress still not enough
After Congress broke the record with over 100 female representatives, women state that there is still much needed improvement.
Syracuse Opera has hidden grandeur in the heart of the city
As patrons age and audience sensibilities change, Syracuse Opera takes strides to stay relevant in the digital age.
Refugee entrepreneurs thrive on Syracuse's Northside
Many refugees own small businesses, such as marketplaces, restaurants, and clothing stores, on the city's Northside.
A Year In Review: 2014's most bingeworthy TV
Another year is drawing to a close, and another season of TV is coming to an end. Here is a list of TV shows that should be binged-watched immediately.
Solace in song
William Gorman finds freedom in his music and from the support of his church after the loss of his father.
Generating justice with nonviolent protests
Peaceful movements such as #BlackLivesMatter and THE General Body inspire conversation on how social movements gain momentum and whether they will actually lead to justice.
One Bean To Rule Them All: Syracuse edition
With three coffee roasters in Syracuse, it can be hard to decide where to get a caffeine fix. Here's a break down of what to expect at each.
Comic, TV personality Dan St. Germain performs at Syracuse's Funny Bone tonight
The red-bearded, long-haired, lumberjack-looking comedian stops by Destiny USA's Funny Bone comedy club tonight on a run through Upstate and Central New York cities.
D.R.E.A.M. Freedom Revival: Where big-tent gospel theater meets political activism
Local activist Kevin Bott has run for mayor in Syracuse, but his real political power comes from his electric performances in the D.R.E.A.M. Freedom Revival, a musical theater group.
Syracuse community comes together for annual holiday concert
The "Holiday at Hendricks" concert filled the halls with the sound of music, from modern melodies to classical tunes.
SU protesters march to downtown Justice Center; draw on national momentum to demand justice for local victims
THE General Body supported the Monday afternoon protest, the third in one week.
After life-changing moment, man discovers passion for cooking and a way to help others
For 35 years, Bob Barker has cooked hot dogs in his red food truck, becoming more than just a friendly face, but also a positive force in the community.
SU Drama-Syracuse Stage partnership nurtures burgeoning actors
The collaboration between SU's drama program and downtown's theater allows students to graduate ahead of the curve in terms of real-world acting experience.
Men's basketball: Orange doomed by Greene's scorching finish in loss to St. John's
The senior made three shots from beyond the arc in the final minutes to send the Red Storm to a monumental win.
Lack of grand jury indictments in Ferguson, Staten Island sparks rally at SU
Call-and-response chants rang out in front of Hendricks Chapel at 2 p.m. on Friday.
Women's basketball: Briana Day's quick start leads the Orange past Penn State
The sophomore led the team with 15 points as SU cruised to another non-conference win.
THE General Body continues advocacy for key demands, despite end of sit-in
Among student coalition's unresolved demands are additional mental health resources and re-establishment of Posse program funding.
Vice Chancellor and Provost Eric Spina to step down at end of year, pursue university presidency position
Liz Liddy, dean of the School of Information Studies, will step up as interim provost effective Jan. 1.
Cram this!: Six songs to help you study
Give your head a break from cramming for finals and treat your ears to these five home-stretch tunes instead.
Spider-Man's on-screen future hinges on smart studio decisions
Commentary: In order to preserve the beloved character's legacy in film, Sony, Spidey's parent company, should transfer ownership rights back to Marvel Comics.
Students, Syracuse community rally in response to Ferguson indictment
Protesters began their march from Hendricks Chapel to Marshall Street at the time that Michael Brown was shot on Aug. 9.
Men's basketball: Orange dominates paint again in win over Holy Cross
Rakeem Christmas and Chris McCullough shine as perimeter shooting continues to fail SU.
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