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Students have mixed reactions about Whitman dean's removal
Kenneth Kavajecz will appear in court this week for patronizing a prostitute, prompting student debate.
Headliner Fetty Wap fails to show for otherwise satisfying Juice Jam
Review: Prior to University Union announcing the headliner hadn't show up, concertgoers enjoyed performances from LOLO, Stephen, Marshmello, D.R.A.M. and Tove Lo during a cloudless day.
Syracuse men's lacrosse team hosts annual alumni game
Current SU players and former stars face-off in three quarter exhibition
NPR correspondent analyzes Trump phenomenon through a religious lens
Tom Gjelten spoke about the rise of Donald Trump and the media's dilemma in covering him at a lecture on Friday.
Amba Etta-Tawo breaks Syracuse football's single game receiving record in victory over UConn
Red-shirt senior receiver totals 270 yards and two touchdowns as SU tops Huskies, 31-24
National Geographic writer and editor discusses the importance of 'slow journalism'
For National Magazine Award winner Don Belt, good storytelling is as easy as taking a walk.
Local high school football players join the Kaepernick protest
At least three Syracuse students took a knee during a pre-game national anthem last week.
Juice Jam 2016: What to know before you go
Haven't heard of every artist who's performing in our backyard on Sunday? Look no further; here's an introductory course on all the amazing sounds that'll be heard in a couple days.
Verbal Blend meets, performs with newest members
Student poetry club holds opening ceremony to meet with interested members, practice performing and announce new events.
Amba Etta-Tawo has begun SU football career with three impressive performances
Star wide receiver ranks third nationally in receiving yards, added to Biletnikoff Award Watch List
Westcott Street Fair celebrates 25th year, supports local businesses
The Westcott Street Cultural Fair celebrated its 25th year with live performances, street vendors and local businesses.
Syracuse Style brings residents downtown for a night of fashion, unity
On Thursday evening, Syracuse Fashion Week hosted an outdoor runway show on Walton Street.
James Franco shares behind-the-scenes stories, career advice during Orange Central visit
The actor spoke to a sold-out crowd about his acting career, heroes and pitfalls during Orange Central's "An Evening With James Franco."
Commentary: Marc Jacobs gives 'dread-ful' response to fashion week controversy
Social media filled with responses to Marc Jacobs' use of dreadlocks in his New York Fashion Week runway show.
Gazzo jams out at Westcott Theater despite sparse crowd
Review: LA-based DJ Gazzo remained upbeat during his performance and shared plans to collaborate with New York City-based rock group American Authors on a new single.
Despite fast start, Syracuse football falls to South Florida, 45-20
SU jumps out to 17 point lead in first quarter, but scores on just one other possession as USF pulls away
Syracuse legend Jim Brown returns to campus
NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown received Arents Award and met with current SU football team during Orange Central.
Syracuse men's soccer's winning streak hits seven
Two second half goals lead Orange to victory over Boston College
Fired Whitman dean arrested on prostitution charges
SU dismissed Kenneth Kavajecz from his administrator position he's held since 2013 after Tuesday's arrest.
'Jersey Boys' keeps audience beggin’ for more
Review: Whether you hail from the homeland or have never set foot on Jersey soil, this show packs a punch that will have you singing along by the third verse.
Fans pack Ithaca's The Haunt for wonderfully weird show from Of Montreal
Review: Psychedelic indie rockers filled the stage with music, dancers and costumes for a true night of total performance.
Dogs hit the catwalk for Syracuse Fashion Week
Syracuse's Fall 2016 Fashion Week kicked off on Wednesday with its first ever dog fashion show.
'Original Gangster' has one goal: peace
Clifford Ryans takes to the streets to spread his powerful anti-violence message.
A Southside 'Gentle Giant' leads local Black Lives Matter group, brings hope to Syracuse
Anthony Harper is no stranger to the violence in Syracuse and is rallying his community together to create change.
ACC moves championship games out of North Carolina
Conference is third major organization to shift neutral site sporting events out of the state
Syracuse men's basketball schedule for 2016-17 officially released
SU will take on Georgetown, Virginia and Duke in the Carrier Dome
No.1 Syracuse field hockey tops Boston College in home opener
Orange scores two goals in second half to remain undefeated in 2016
Behind star quarterback Lamar Jackson, Louisville football overpowers Syracuse
Cardinals score 20 unanswered points in fourth quarter to pull away from the Orange
University Union announces Juice Jam 2016 lineup
UPDATE: Fetty Wap, Tove Lo and four more acts will take over Skytop Field for sold-out Juice Jam on Sept. 25.
Music industry grad connects downtown musicians
Syracuse transplant Max Puglisi fell in love with his city after fostering a community of creativity at downtown jam sessions.
Deaf refugees in Syracuse work to overcome unique challenges
Resources available in the city to help with language barrier, job placement
Falk's sports analytics major is first of its kind
Starting this year, SU launches a major and minor program that combines data science and sports management
Congolese refugee becomes church leader
A Congolese refugee fled his home country to escape a violent civil war. Papy Amani is now an unofficial leader at All Saints Church for the refugee community.
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Fast paced offense leads Syracuse football to first victory of season
Behind impressive performance from Dungey, Orange route Colgate to open 2016.
Downtown welcomes latest vintage retailer
Two strangers became business partners when they launched Vintage Love in downtown Syracuse this summer.
Inaugural SU symposium delves into complexities of race relations
Journalist Marc Lamont Hill and a panel of speakers discussed racism in response to recent police brutality, offering advice on ending discrimination toward African-Americans and all minorities.
Fall 2016 first day fashion
Embracing the warm weather, students merged fall and summer trends in their back-to-school outfits.
Students use $6M promenade to relax, socialize
Students return to campus with newly constructed walkway replacing University Place.
Actor James Franco to visit campus
The actor and filmmaker will speak in Goldstein Auditorium during Orange Central homecoming weekend.
Andrew White III commits to Syracuse men's basketball
Former Nebraska guard will be eligible to compete in 2016-17 for Syracuse
With Boeheim as his assistant coach, Carmelo Anthony makes Team USA history
Syracuse basketball coach discusses former SU star's third gold medal and life at 2016 Olympics.
Babers mum about expectations as inaugural football season nears
At Friday's pre-season media event, SU's new coach and players tout new up-tempo offense.
Organizations foster talents of local artists, SU students
Light Work and Point of Contact are just two local galleries that support artists in visual art and poetry.
Women in STEM programs navigate, surpass bias 'molehills'
Although underrepresented in many science and technology fields, undergraduate SU women are stopping at nothing.
Orange handles Raiders easily on Senior Day
No. 5 Syracuse (11-4) capped off the regular season with a dominating effort on Senior Day, beating Colgate 18-3.
Donald Newhouse, Joe Biden address commencement ceremonies
More than 5,000 members of the Syracuse University class of 2016 received diplomas.
Looking beyond graduation
Class of 2016 graduates are determined to find careers they love even if it means finding jobs that are unrelated to their undergraduate degrees.
Community team: Violence in Syracuse is more than gangs
Syracuse has targeted gangs and gang activity to combat violence, but one group says to solve this problem the city needs to focus on neighborhood relationships.
Relay for Life shines light on cancer victims, survivors, fighters
Syracuse University hosted its annual Relay for Life event last week to bring awareness to the deep-rooted effects cancer has on so many lives.
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