Donald Trump’s presidency has prompted a new challenge for professors: how do they address politics in the classroom?
Albrecht Diem can get his Syracuse University students to talk about the early Middle Ages and ancient Greek mythology. But when he brings up President Donald Trump and the new administration, they do not say much.
Tickets to see Rae, who created and stars in the HBO show “Insecure,” will go on sale on Monday at 9 a.m.
YouTube star Issa Rae is coming to Syracuse University at the end of the month, University Union announced Sunday night.
Rae will speak at Goldstein Auditorium on March 31 at 8 p.m., with E! News on-air correspondent Zuri Hall moderating the event. Tickets will go on sale on Monday at 9 a.m. at the Schine Box Office, and can also be bought online.
Whether you’re headed to Cancun or Cabo, download these eight apps to your phone to avoid any unnecessary danger over spring break.
After spending countless hours studying for exams, working on projects and writing essays, many students want to enjoy a relaxing week away from their troubles and responsibilities. For some, this includes traveling to California, Florida or even a foreign country such as Mexico or Canada.
While traveling over spring break is a popular way for students to enjoy themselves in a stress-free environment, it can also lead to potentially dangerous situations.
It took getting fired, a mattress from Craigslist and hard work to create the famous photo blog.
Getting fired from his job as a bond trader in Chicago was a good thing for Brandon Stanton.
He had been clinging to feeling prestigious, rooted from his insecurities about dropping out of college, working at Applebee’s and eventually completing his degree. Getting fired meant Stanton was free to pursue photography, a passion that led him to creating the popular blog Humans of New York.
With immigration being widely discussed, ROTC students maintain their pride for their homelands, while serving the U.S.
During his first year in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Moyan Dong crawled through the snow in civilian clothes for a training exercise for two hours. While his fellow cadets wore their official ROTC gear during the exercise, the U.S. military does not issue the gear to cadets without U.S. citizenship, like Dong. By the end of the exercise, his jacket was frozen solid.
“‘Dong is hardcore,’” the sophomore at Syracuse University remembered a sergeant saying after the exercise.
The past week brought unseasonably high temperatures and sunshine to the Central New York region.
During the winter months those on the Syracuse University campus normally walk briskly in puffy coats to get to a warm destination as soon as possible. Yesterday, these same people strolled around campus taking in the unusual February weather.
On Thursday, Syracuse set a new record daily high with temperatures reaching 69 degrees. Friday’s weather tied the all time February record high set on Feb. 19, 1981.
Before the drag queens and kings could take the stage at Pride Union’s 15th Annual Totally Fabulous Drag Show, the participants spent hours transforming themselves.
“Are you using that mirror?”
“No, we are just feeling ourselves, go ahead.”
A few hours before the performers were called to the stage, the two dressing rooms bustled with drag queens in various stages of dress. Tights littered the floor, makeup was strewn across every available surface and puffs of glitter lingered in the air. Wigs rested atop a table waiting to transform the participants.
Its closure is part of a development plan to tear down the 727 S. Crouse Ave. commercial complex in order to build luxury apartments.
Funk 'n Waffles will close its original location this Wednesday after 10 years of business, the popular student spot announced on Facebook on Monday.
Known for its unique waffle dishes and live music, Funk 'n Waffles will close to make way for a tear-down of the 727 S. Crouse Ave. complex. The building, which also houses Hungry Chuck’s and appeThaizing, will be replaced by a mixed-use, luxury student apartment building.