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Shuttle driver doubles as storyteller
Robert McNeill, who drives both the Shuttle 44 and the Shuttle U Home, talks about his different experiences transporting people late at night.
Offense wins Spring Game, 34-27
Austin Wilson, one of four quarterbacks to play Saturday, scored two second-half touchdowns to push the Offense past the defense.
Syracuse Opera's "Porgy and Bess" is a soulful celebration
On the cusp of its 40th anniversary, the Syracuse Opera's concert performance of the classic American opera brings communal jubilation and joy.
SU unveils three new uniforms for 2014-2015 season
Football players will alternate between all-blue, all-white or all-grey uniforms throughout next year.
TEDx SyracuseUniversity inspires students
The inaugural conference featured 15 speakers, including Mayor Stephanie Miner, with ideas worth spreading.
Anderson Cooper to speak at SU
The CNN anchor will be the guest speaker of the third annual "Truth Be Told" event, hosted by NABJ and Alphi Phi Alpha, Fraternity.
Grant decides to forgo final two years at SU, declares for NBA draft
The sophomore forward joins Tyler Ennis as SU's underclassmen in the draft.
Relay for Life honors cancer fighters and survivors
More than 1,000 students attended the 12th annual overnight event at Syracuse University, which raised $81,000 for research.
Training builds confidence for first-time bodybuilding competitor
Sophomore Peggy Pappas has been working out six days per week and adhering to a very strict diet plan before this Saturday's Kentucky Muscle event.
SU men’s and women’s lacrosse upset North Carolina
Kayla Treanor led the women's team past the No. 1 Tar Heels, while Billy Ward scored in double overtime to put the men on top.
Funk N' Waffles to get new location in Armory Square
New downtown location looks to book bigger bands and add alcohol to the menu alongside famous waffles.
Kent Syverud inaugurated as new SU chancellor
Syracuse University officially installed its 12th president in a day full of activities and orange spirit.
Syracuse Stage's The Glass Menagerie examines the fragility of family
Review: Nearing the 70 year anniversary of its premiere, Tennessee Williams' play is still just as potent and powerful in this regional production.
Disability rights professor shares his story at Watson Symposium
The daylong conference featured speakers who talked about topics including bio-ethics and contemporary medicine.
Take Back the Night empowers students to stand up against sexual and relationship violence
The annual event’s speakers included Chancellor Kent Syverud and Hendricks Chapel Dean Tiffany Steinwert, followed by a march around campus.
Step into the sun: Transition into springtime with these in-between-seasons fashion tips
Nice weather never comes fast enough in Central New York. Look fresh as a daisy but keep warm this Spring with these transitional weather fashion tips.
Win prizes, test your knowledge with Tweet & Seek 2014
Our fifth annual social media trivia contest offers awesome prizes for NewsHouse followers and fans.
Orange finish strong to hold off Bearcats
After a lackluster first half, No. 8 Syracuse controlled the game in a 10-8 win over Binghamton.
Danny Brown unearths the Underground
Danny Brown brought his patented blend of hip-hop to the Schine Underground in the second installment of the Bandersnatch Concert Series.
Max Greenfield of 'New Girl' talks Schmidt, life and your 20s
Star of FOX's 'New Girl' visits SU, gives Q&A with students.
The (real) SUber story
The Uber-like campus car service fooled a few hoping long waits for South Campus buses were a thing of the past.
Treanor scores four as women's lacrosse slides past Albany, 13-11
The Great Danes kept it close throughout, but scoring from Treanor helped seal the victory.
In defense of the How I Met Your Mother series finale
After nine seasons and countless stories of friendship and relationships to cherish, the series finale to HIMYM was upsetting to a vocal faction yet legendary to all. Warning: Spoilers Ahead.
Bye-bye buses, hello app-driven car service
New SUber company promises "Fair Fares" that also will eliminate long waits for campus buses.
The New Yorker editor announced as 2014 commencement speaker
SU officials said Monday Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist David Remnick will deliver this year's graduation address on May 11.
Former Cheetah Girl comes to Syracuse University to share her success with students
Adrienne Bailon comes to Syracuse University to discuss her road to success and her pride in representing Latina women.
Style Lottery turns Hall of Languages into walk-in closet for the afternoon
Style Lottery, a philanthropic fashion event, gives shoppers an opportunity to swap five old items of clothing for "new" wardrobe items from the closets of other attendees.
Hopeprint gives refugees a fighting chance
Sean Haley's Hopeprint provides Syracuse refugees English classes, job training and tutoring.
Tyler Ennis declares for NBA draft
Draft experts predict Ennis will be drafted in the middle of the first round.
Ron Paul champions individual liberty at Syracuse
The former Congressman from Texas and presidential candidate discussed national issues to a sold-out audience at Hendricks Chapel.
SU players participate in university pro day
Jerome Smith, Jay Bromley and Marquis Spruill were among 13 SU football players who had one final shot to increase their draft stocks.
SU senior seeks support group for students facing eating disorders
After returning from treatment and rehab for bulimia, Rachel Rifkin has voiced her struggles and is now looking to create a network to help others tackling similar issues.
Anna Deavere Smith engages audience with provocative and humorous character
The third University Lectures speaker performed multiple acts Tuesday night, challenging listeners to think critically about social issues and about grace.
National Orange Day celebrates SU's 144th birthday
As Syracuse University turns 144 on March 24, the campus is engaged in daylong activities ranging from signing a giant birthday card to eating cake.
NYPIRG banquet raises issues of hunger
The advocacy organization used an interactive workshop to inform students about the pervasiveness of hunger, especially in the Syracuse area.
Professors increasingly use Twitter to engage students
Faculty members at many universities have begun to use social media as a tool to connect to students outside of the classroom.
SU cleans up for RecycleMania
The national recycling competition reaches Syracuse as students and staff continue to work toward sustainability.
No. 3 Orange beat Wildcats in women's lacrosse for first time 11 years
Syracuse pulled away late in the first half and extended its lead throughout the contest to push past Northwestern, 11-7.
J. Cole and company dominate the Dome
Event coverage of the concert featuring the award-winning rapper along with openers Elle Varner and Bas at SU.
Early exit: Syracuse falls to Dayton in third round of NCAA tournament
The Orange didn't make a three-pointer and only converted one shot outside the paint in a 55-53 loss to the Flyers.
Syracuse finds offensive rhythm in 77-53 win over Western Michigan
Trevor Cooney scored 18 points and the No. 3-seeded Orange blew past the No. 14 seed Broncos.
Pay it forward
Student-run credit unions bring hands-on experience to local high schools in poor economic conditions.
Prolific offense leads to blowout victory over Harvard
The No. 3 Orange scored 10 goals in the first half in the 17-4 win to improve to 8-1 on the year.
Syracuse meets Western Michigan in second round of NCAA tournament
How do the No. 3 Orange stack up against the No. 14 Broncos?
Syracuse selected as No. 3 seed in South region
The Orange play 14-seeded Western Michigan Thursday in Buffalo, N.Y.
Shooting woes continue as N.C. State drops No. 11 Syracuse in ACC tournament
TJ Warren scores 28 as the Wolfpack slips past Syracuse, 66-63, in the Orange's first ACC tournament appearance.
True Detective season 1 finale
Review: A reflection on season one, and what we can hope for going forward.
Spring into bikini season: Tips for getting your body out of that winter slump
As the snow starts to melt and the days get longer, getting out of your sleepy winter routine can be a hard first step. Follow these tips, and you'll be ready for bikini season before the Quad thaws out.
Evening of eccentricity with St. Lucia and ASTR
Review: The first Bandersnatch Concert show of the semester rocked an energetic Syracuse University crowd ready for Spring Break.
Artist Roz Chast tells stories through cartoons
The New Yorker cartoonist lit up Hendricks Chapel Wednesday night with her humor as part of the University Lectures series.
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