Students celebrated the end of the school year with a passion for good music at Syracuse University's annual Carrier Dome concert.
More than 13,000 people bounced up and down for four hours at the Carrier Dome on Friday to the tunes of Jon Bellion, Chance the Rapper and The Chainsmokers. Fans were excited for the concert, pushing their way as close to the barrier between the stage and audience before any performer was even on stage.
Syracuse has come in 48th place in the eight-week competition which keeps track of the recycling data of 207 schools nationwide.
It started 15 years ago with a friendly competition between two rival Ohio colleges. Both Ohio University and Miami University had similar recycling programs, and both wanted to increase their recycling rates in dining halls and dorms. So the schools’ recycling coordinators decided to motivate students by channeling their competitive spirits — and RecycleMania was born.
“We didn’t know if it would work or not,” said Stacy Wheeler, president and co-founder of the tournament that became RecycleMania. “After the second week, I realized that we had created a monster.”
Howard reportedly stabbed SU defensive backs Chauncey Scissum and Corey Winfield; both are expected to be okay
Naesean Howard, 20, faces two charges of assault in the second degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the fourth degree for the alleged stabbing that took place on Saturday evening.
Syracuse defensive backs Chauncey Scissum and Corey Winfield were the victims of the stabbing. Scissum and Winfield were transported to the hospital separately, and both are expected to make full recoveries.
This year’s exhibition, titled None the Wiser, featured the work of 27 artists who created works of art in a variety of disciplines from sculpture and painting to digital art, virtual reality and music.
The works of art addressed a wide range of contemporary discourse such as human waste and consumption, sustainability, democracy and black feminism through visual, auditory and textual media.
Joyelle Nicole opened for the multi-talented star, who spread his humor in Goldstein Auditorium on March 31.
Syracuse University students gathered to watch stand-up comedian Hannibal Buress perform in Goldstein Auditorium on March 31. Buress, a stand-up comedian, actor and screenwriter from Chicago, is most recognized for his acting roles as Lincoln Rice in the Comedy Central series Broad City and as the sidekick to Eric Andre on The Eric Andre Show.
Alpha Phi Alpha hosted the 5th annual presentation of "Truth Be Told," which brought Anderson to Goldstein Auditorium.
Actor, comedian, and writer Anthony Anderson visited Syracuse University to speak about hit TV show "Black-ish" and his upcoming movie, BARBERSHOP: The Next Cut, premiering in theaters on April 15, 2016. The discussion focused on the "Black-ish" episode "Hope" which commented on racial injustices in society.