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Challenges don't strap Syracuse leather craftsman
Ralph Minnifield discovered his passion for leather crafting after retirement. And, he won't let any obstacles stop him from his work.
Lambda Phi Epsilon emerges as new Asian American fraternity at SU
After a hazing scandal that rocked Nu Alpha Phi, another Asian Greek organization rises to prominence hoping to leave a lasting impression on the campus.
Commencement closes SU's year with celebrations and calls for curiosity
Award-winning poet Mary Karr and others aim to inspire more than 6,000 SU and SUNY-ESF graduates, their families and supporters on Sunday.
The Stickmaker of Onondaga Nation
Stickmaker and lacrosse player Alf Jacques carves world-renowned sticks for players using the tools in his Onondaga Nation shop.
SU takes initiative to promote health and wellness across campus
For the fourth annual Wellness Week, Syracuse University services and organizations collaborate to put on a week of events that promote physical, nutritional and holistic health.
Red Cup Project displays installation made of Solo cups on quad
The display came after a design competition in which the winning design planned to create spherical shapes out of the red Solo cups.
Rep. John Katko speaks on forensic science and national security at Maxwell
The congressman said forensic science is key to defending national security.
University Lecture series announces 2015-2016 lineup including 'Wild' author and 'Serial' creators
This upcoming year marks the 15th season of the SU campus speaker series and will bring a musician and authors, among others.
Architecture student sells more than 200 designer handbags to help pay for school
Architecture student Victoria Hughes has turned the process of buying and re-selling handbags into a way of making money.
An inside look at the Syracuse University Boxing Club's journey to nationals
An SU senior narrates her own experience at the competition and describes the feeling of stepping into a ring.
Humor and Heart: Ted & Amy's dynamic personalities propel radio show success
The two have hosted the morning show together for 26 years, cementing their status as radio legends in Central New York.
Students get their 50 Cents worth and more at Block Party 2015
50 Cent, G-Unit, Rae Sremmurd and Kygo deliver a night of high-energy throwback music to a sold-out crowd at Syracuse University's annual Block Party concert at the Carrier Dome.
Mayfest 2015 goes on despite cold weather and Castle Court closure
Though some students were discouraged by the cold and the performers, crowds still filled Walnut Park for the annual event.
SU's Relay for Life raises $85,000, honors cancer survivors
On Saturday, members from the Syracuse University community gathered in the Carrier Dome for Relay for Life, as a way of honoring both cancer survivors and those who died from the disease.
Block Party 2015: 50 Cent for your thoughts?
Joining the artist born Curtis Jackson for the annual concert in the Carrier Dome are co-headliners G-Unit and Kygo, and hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd.
Sights from Syracuse Chiefs' opening homestand
The Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals debuted in front of its home crowd for the 2015 season with plenty of new faces.
SU student earns acclaim for YouTube beauty vlog, speaks on experience
SU sophomore Tyra Booker reflects on her experience running a successful YouTube beauty vlog.
TEDxSyracuse speakers talk arts, sciences and techonology in 2nd annual event
In the 2nd annual TED event, nine speakers, including two SU students, gave their presentations to a crowd at Watson Theater.
"School Daze" dazzles
Supermodel and Syracuse University alumna, Emme, headlines the eighth annual fashion and beauty communications milestone fashion show.
Chris McCullough's departure reflects new age of recruiting in college basketball
Jim Boeheim has seen a rash of players depart SU early in recent years, but play with minimal success in the professional ranks.
Red Cup Project announces winning design
They hope to have the project constructed at Thornden Park on April 19.
THE General Body holds press conference Tuesday calling for administrative action
The press conference addressed sexual violence, counseling services and underrepresentation of minorities.
Win prizes in our 5th annual Tweet and Seek!
Take part in our Twitter trivia contest that will test your knowledge of Syracuse University and The NewsHouse for a chance to win incredible prizes.
Notes and quotes from SU's spring football game
The Orange offense was once again stuck in neutral through much of the annual scrimmage event.
Apple collecting to form friendships
Young-Woo Koh, an Apple aficionado, considers his 26 Apple products as more than mere devices.
'Empire' actress Taraji P. Henson inspires Syracuse students with rags to riches story
During 'A Night with Taraji,' the actress talks her rise to fame, her upcoming 'Saturday Night Live' gig, and offers many words of wisdom.
Christmas in April for Syracuse concertgoers
Rapper Michael Christmas and electronic music producer Sweater Beats' concert at Skybarn on South Campus features Christmas' eccentric hip-hop stylings and Sweater's tripped out brand of EDM.
Roux dining combines love of food with artistry
Roux is a pop-up dining experience that focuses on sensory and design elements, and was created by two industrial design majors with shared interests.
Campus groups rally to raise awareness for sexual violence at Take Back the Night event
Syracuse participated in the national campaign Tuesday night, which was co-hosted by 73 different campus groups.
Whistleblowers detail experiences at Newhouse panel Wednesday night
The Government Accountability Project brought the American Whistleblower Tour to Syracuse with a panel of three whisteblowers.
Born and bred in Syracuse, Mark Muhammad hopes to make impact as school board member
Muhammad is familiar with the conditions of public schools and has close ties to the greater Syracuse community.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter talks veterans, Iran at speech Tuesday
The secretary of defense spoke at Dineen Hall, crediting the university's "pathbreaking" work in aiding veterans.
Syracuse Lava Project pours over 500 pounds of lava in fifth year
SU's art and earth sciences departments came together for the event that drains lava from a furnace into water.
Save Our Black Squirrels group scurrying to rescue rare breed
Declining numbers of black squirrels in the Central New York region have inspired one student group to take action in order to stop the extinction.
Spring into your summer body
The tips and tricks that will work to help you spring into a summer body and get in good enough shape to handle whatever happens at Mayfest.
Trice as nice: Senior leads Michigan State to Final Four
The Michigan State senior scored 17 points to continue what his head coach called a "most improbable" tournament run to the Final Four.
Black Reign re-mixes West Side Story
Black Reign Step Team performs Reign Side Story, which is their version of the musical West Side Story, in front of an enthralled crowd on Thursday.
East Regional: Trice's clutch shooting leads Michigan State past Oklahoma
The senior nailed four clutch foul shots as the Spartans fought off an athletic Sooner team.
East Regional: Gill's surprising spurt powers Louisville to Elite Eight
After not scoring for nearly a month, the sophomore helped the Cardinals pull away in the second half.
East Regional notebook: An apology for Obama
One N.C. State player reached out to the president, while coaches reflected on their own friendships and relationship with Jim Boeheim.
Academy Award winning actor Forest Whitaker inspires Syracuse community
In his "The New American Opportunity" talk at SU, Forest Whitaker discusses his humble beginnings, the transformation of the economy and the importance of community building.
National Geographic photographer speaks on power of photography, representation in media
Annie Griffiths' speech Tuesday night concluded this year's University Lecture Series.
Computer science sophomores start website to help SU students schedule classes
Three SU students developed a website that lets students enter criteria for what they are looking for in a schedule.
Live: Photographer Annie Griffiths at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the National Geographic photographer's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m Tuesday in Hendricks Chapel.
Men's lacrosse: Syracuse scorches Myles Jones, Duke defense in win
Three Orange players netted hat tricks in a romp over the two-time defending national champions.
"Piano Man" Billy Joel takes over Carrier Dome for seventh time
Billy Joel performed many of his hits at Syracuse University in front of several generations of concertgoers.
WNBA president discusses gender equality in sports at university lecture
Laurel Richie tackled issues facing women and LGBT athletes in the sporting community at the second university lecture of the semester.
Jim Boeheim will appeal NCAA sanctions, confirms plan to retire in three years
The SU head coach emphasized the cleanliness of his team and expressed displeasure with the NCAA's rulings two weeks ago.
Artist Isaiah Rashad and rapper Pell bring an unconventional style of music to Syracuse University
From the South to Syracuse, the artists fused electronic dance music with southern style rap for an unforgettable ending to University Union's final Bandersnatch concert of the year.
Meditation is the new black
Universities across the country are bringing contemplative studies to the classroom to provide alternative learning methods to de-stress, improve focus and decrease distractions.
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