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Tully Award for Free Speech awarded to journalist imprisoned in Iran
A Washington Post reporter who served 18 months in an Iranian prison was given the distinct honor on Monday.
Syracuse basketball teams kick-off 2016-17 season with Orange Madness
The annual event featured 3-pointer and dunk contests, and scrimmages by both Orange squads.
3 takeaways from Syracuse men's basketball media day
SU head coach Jim Boeheim and his players discussed the upcoming 2016-17 campaign with the media on Friday.
Community members protest solitary confinement of youth at the Justice Center
Local organizations filed a lawsuit against the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Department last month. So why are 16 and 17-year-olds still being placed in “the box?”
Syracuse tops Boston College for second straight ACC victory
Despite penalties, Dungey, Etta-Tawo lead SU past Eagles, 28-20
Syracuse Stage's new director looks ahead to future seasons
Leadership team of artistic director Bob Hupp, managing director Jill Anderson and associate artistic director Kyle Bass aim for new play development.
Syracuse Stage opens 44th season with ‘Great Expectations’
Review: A rotating band of narrators help usher Charles Dickens' classic to the modern stage.
Theatergoers fall in love with sold-out musical 'Once'
Review: Production of award-winning musical 'Once' at The OnCenter Crouse Hinds Theater reminds audiences to celebrate creative passions and fall in love.
Illustrator-musician Evan Bujold is 'a different kind of performer'
Evan Bujold, alumnus and creator of comic “Late Earth,” expresses himself on the page and during Funk ‘N Waffles open mic nights.
Award-winning photojournalist shares her wartime, hostage experiences
Before her University Lectures talk, Lynsey Addario talked with The NewsHouse about working in some of the world's most dangerous places.
Changing the narrative of body shaming
Young feminists are working to put an end to the stigma that surrounds body shaming in queer and minority communities in Central New York.
Halloween fashion show fractures your favorite fairytales
Syracuse Fall Fashion Week kicked off Halloween early with its annual Syracuse Snarl fashion show.
Public Diplomacy Symposium held on SU campus
Professionals spoke about non-state actors in international relations at the annual two-day event.
Local groups stand in solidarity with Standing Rock
Donation drives and benefit concerts create ways for locals to support the water protectors against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Yom Kippur remains time for forgiveness, remembrance despite politcally charged times
‘We don’t want anyone else to go through an experience like the Holocaust,' say members of Temple Concord during Yom Kippur.
Syracuse football pulls away for upset win over No. 17 Virginia Tech
Orange scores two fourth-quarter touchdowns to secure first ACC victory.
Syracuse men's soccer snaps four-game winless streak with victory over No. 15 Virginia Tech
Orange uses aggressive offensive attack to top the Hokies at SU Soccer Stadium.
Upstate hackathon showcases local technology achievements
Projects presented at this fall's biannual event include a device that alerts drivers of traffic light changes and a tool that summarizes long online articles.
Hotel Garuda, Sam Feldt turn opening Bandersnatch into dance party
Review: EDM DJs Hotel Garuda opened and Sam Feldt finished what was truly a memorable sold-out Bandersnatch concert.
Voter registration drive held in an unusual place: a local prison
Inmates at the Onondaga County Justice Center were informed of their voting rights last week by local advocacy groups.
The woman behind the hair
Local hair stylist Shannon Fleming takes on Syracuse Fashion Week, again.
Syracuse football struggles to find offensive rhythm; falls at Wake Forest
Orange accumulates just 14 first downs in 28-9 loss to Demon Deacons.
Local artist creates GIF poetry
Central New York artist Edgar Paiewonsky-Conde explains his latest art presentation, “Icons and Eye Poems.”
Syria panels stress need for ethical, collaborative reporting
Journalists and human rights advocates spoke about the media's role in the Syrian conflict at an all-day event on Thursday.
Isbell, Ritter perform with sincerity at Landmark Theatre
Review: Jason Isbell and Josh Ritter put on a heartfelt show at the Landmark Theatre Thursday night, treating fans to excellent musicianship and performing.
Alumna Sarina Morales traded her baseball bat for ESPN
Sarina Morales, now an on-air contributor for SportsCenter:AM, spoke on race, gender, and sports as the commemorative speaker for Latino/Hispanic Heritage Month.
'Nine' from SU Drama sizzles with action
Review: Lights, cameras, action - and plenty of it! Musical "Nine" has glamour, gams and Guido Contini, the Casanova of the cinema Italiano golden age.
Campus die-in demonstrators honor black lives lost
The midday protest drew hundreds of onlookers to the university Promenade in an effort to challenge police brutality.
Bre Pettis discusses technology, innovation at University Lectures Series
Students gather at the first University Lecture of the year to hear advice from the leader in 3D printing technology.
Students protest university mishandling of sexual assault
Students who were part of the grassroots movement carried mattresses labeled with red tape spelling, "RAPISTS GO HERE," across the Quad as part of the "No Red Tape" protest campaign.
Students weigh in on debate season
As the vice presidential candidates square off tonight in their only debate, many are hopeful for a substantial policy discussion.
Human Rights Film Festival Educates About International Issues
Annual Syracuse Human Rights Film Festival screened documentaries throughout the weekend.
No. 4 Syracuse field hockey tops No. 7 Louisville in overtime
SU's Lies Lagerweij scores on penalty shot five minutes into extra period to give Orange the victory
Notre Dame pulls away from Syracuse football for 50-33 victory
SU closes deficit before halftime, but fails to answer Fighting Irish touchdowns on back-to-back drives in the third quarter
Syracuse men's soccer team plays to scoreless draw with No.4 North Carolina
Battle of top-5 teams ends in tie after two overtimes on rainy Friday evening at SU Soccer Stadium
PWR BTTM and High Waisted give energetic performances in Schine Underground
Review: By the earnest, eager response from the Schine Underground crowd, it was clear PWR BTTM and High Waisted succeeded in having a good time at WERW’s Fall 2016 Launch Party.
VPA hosts performance artist Zackary Drucker
The Syracuse native, who is now an Emmy-nominated producer for 'This Is Me' and producer of Amazon's award-winning 'Transparent,' encouraged students to advocate through art.
Students have mixed reactions about Whitman dean's removal
Kenneth Kavajecz will appear in court this week for patronizing a prostitute, prompting student debate.
Headliner Fetty Wap fails to show for otherwise satisfying Juice Jam
Review: Prior to University Union announcing the headliner hadn't show up, concertgoers enjoyed performances from LOLO, Stephen, Marshmello, D.R.A.M. and Tove Lo during a cloudless day.
Syracuse men's lacrosse team hosts annual alumni game
Current SU players and former stars face-off in three quarter exhibition
NPR correspondent analyzes Trump phenomenon through a religious lens
Tom Gjelten spoke about the rise of Donald Trump and the media's dilemma in covering him at a lecture on Friday.
Amba Etta-Tawo breaks Syracuse football's single game receiving record in victory over UConn
Red-shirt senior receiver totals 270 yards and two touchdowns as SU tops Huskies, 31-24
National Geographic writer and editor discusses the importance of 'slow journalism'
For National Magazine Award winner Don Belt, good storytelling is as easy as taking a walk.
Local high school football players join the Kaepernick protest
At least three Syracuse students took a knee during a pre-game national anthem last week.
Westcott Street Fair celebrates 25th year, supports local businesses
The Westcott Street Cultural Fair celebrated its 25th year with live performances, street vendors and local businesses.
Syracuse Style brings residents downtown for a night of fashion, unity
On Thursday evening, Syracuse Fashion Week hosted an outdoor runway show on Walton Street.
James Franco shares behind-the-scenes stories, career advice during Orange Central visit
The actor spoke to a sold-out crowd about his acting career, heroes and pitfalls during Orange Central's "An Evening With James Franco."
Gazzo jams out at Westcott Theater despite sparse crowd
Review: LA-based DJ Gazzo remained upbeat during his performance and shared plans to collaborate with New York City-based rock group American Authors on a new single.
Despite fast start, Syracuse football falls to South Florida, 45-20
SU jumps out to 17 point lead in first quarter, but scores on just one other possession as USF pulls away
Syracuse men's soccer's winning streak hits seven
Two second half goals lead Orange to victory over Boston College
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