University officials hold that SU students represent a wide range of backgrounds, ethnicities and cultures. But, they add, the campus’s diversity issues lie in the fact that many students do not interact with those of different backgrounds from themselves.
Photographer Annie Knox spotted Pan African studies grad student Virgillo Hunter outside of the Schine Student Center. From moccasins to his military style coat, Hunter mixed and matched trends to create his own unique style.
In this video blog, Pete and Leah choose adventures in Syracuse to celebrate the annual day of romance by choosing activities for each other they've never dared do before.
Whether you view Valentine’s Day as your personal Casablanca or the annual zenith of Hallmark mind control, the best way to celebrate is joining someone you really like doing something new with. Pete Wayner and Leah Stacy, couple and partners in crime, each picked something the other has been afraid to do . . . until now. Happy Valentine’s Day!
In the second installment of the G-Fit series, Bridget Daley uncovers a lesser-known winter activity called snowshoeing, which has been gaining national popularity in the past few years.
Though the snow is far from plentiful so far this winter, odds are it will come soon enough in the tundra we call Central New York. And when it does, it comes with a vengeance. No need to stay inside watching re-runs of the Bachelor and complaining though. Skiing and snowboarding are all well and good, but some people are not able to handle the icy East Coast slopes and rigors of balance that come with those endeavors, not to mention the average lift ticket is 50 dollars. An active alternative you're looking for then? Snowshoeing!
Paul Longchamps, a light bulb changer for SU, will begin the 2,180-mile trek of the Appalachian Trail in February.
Three out of four people who attempt to hike the Appalachian Trail in its entirety do not succeed. Somewhere along that trek — a 2,180-mile footpath that stretches through 14 states, an epic trail the equivalent of climbing Mt. Everest 16 times — they falter. Injury, illness, family, funds and a broken-down psyche may lead the hikers off course.
Matthew Werenczak was expelled from Syracuse University in September of 2011 for complaining on Facebook about a Concerned Citizens Action Program representative's comment he heard at his student teaching assignment at Danforth Middle School.
The Syracuse University Marching Band will play the fight songs from three other universities as well as the SU alma mater at the 77th Annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Gala.
About 40 section leaders from the Syracuse University “Pride of the Orange” Marching Band will share a Manhattan conference room with Vinny Testaverde, Eric Crouch and other football dynamos at Monday’s 77th Annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Gala.
Jon Gesicki, a senior trombone section leader, took his engineering final three days early so he could make the trip.
Seven members of the controversial congregation expected for Friday's basketball game against Florida
Tonight's basketball game at Syracuse University's Carrier Dome should be an interesting one, to say the least. The intensity is expected to be brought not only by Syracuse and Florida, but also by controversial protests expected to be held by a group of the Westboro Baptist Church originating in Topeka, Kansas.
The Westboro Baptist Church announced plans to protest Friday night's basketball game.
On Tuesday, Nov. 29, the Bernie Fine scandal became a bit more, well, scandalous. After a week marred by additional accusers, secret tape recordings, federal search warrants and at least one alleged love triangle, it seemed things could get no more bizarre. Then, on Tuesday, the Westboro Baptist Church announced in a press release on its website, that it would be picketing the Syracuse vs.
New information leads to termination of basketball team's assistant head coach
At the direction of Chancellor [Nancy] Cantor, Bernie Fine's employment with Syracuse University was terminated on Sunday night. This information came from a statement issued by Kevin Quinn, Senior Vice President of Public Affairs at Syracuse University, according to ABC News.