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After breakout season, Amba Etta-Tawo earns first-team All-ACC honors
Graduate transfer set multiple program records in only season with the Orange
Syracuse men's basketball struggles offensively in loss to UConn
SU grabs an 11-point second half lead but fails to hold on in 52-50 defeat at Madison Square Garden
Tai Chi Revolution encourages positivity through movement
Looking to stay active this winter? Tai Chi may be the workout you have been looking for.
Holidays at Hendricks brings holiday cheer to SU campus
This annual event of music and singing kicked off the holiday season this weekend.
Students discuss race, U.S. prison system at documentary screening
A screening of the film "13th" on Friday allowed students to share their thoughts about racial discrimination and the Presidential election.
What Theater brings supernatural 'Carrie' to Schine Underground with anti-bullying message
Based off Stephen King’s 1974 novel about a teenage girl whose struggles to fit lead her to being a deadly force at prom, "Carrie" came to life on Dec. 2 and 3.
Dual-language early educational programs help young Latinos advance in reading
Hispanic youth in the Westside of Syracuse connect with their culture through reading circles and literacy programs.
Magic fills Syracuse Stage as the musical 'Mary Poppins' lifts off
Review: Based on the stories of P.L. Travers and the Disney film of the same name, the Broadway musical shares the beloved story of a nanny's magical effect on a family.
Syracuse men's basketball snaps two-game losing streak with victory over North Florida
White hits seven 3-pointers in SU's 77-71 win at the Carrier Dome
Politits Art Coalition fights censorship with solidarity
Earlier this year, six women artists in Rochester formed a feminist art group, Politits Art Coalition, and you can purchase some of their holiday crafts this Saturday.
Shimmying through stereotypes
Ionah and the Head over Heels Dance Co. educate about Middle Eastern culture through belly dancing.
Avoiding the SAD-ness of winter
It's important to take care of your mind and body in the winter in order to avoid seasonal affective disorder
Wizards of Winter combine rock, classical styles to kick off holidays in Syracuse
Review: The Trans Siberian Orchestra-inspired winter rock band perform with story and spirit.
Syracuse football falls at Pittsburgh in record-setting season finale
SU falls 76-61 to Panthers in highest scoring FBS game ever
Syracuse men's basketball falls to South Carolina for first loss of season
SU shoots just 31.8 percent from the field in defeat at the Barclays Center
Holiday production of 'Mary Poppins' will highlight the best of city and university
The magical nanny drops in on Central New York for the holidays, and families can see the beloved musical from Nov. 26 to Jan. 8.
Balanced offensive attack leads Syracuse men's basketball past South Carolina State
Six Orange players reach double-figures in 101-59 win at the Carrier Dome.
No. 17 Florida State runs away with 45-14 victory over Syracuse football
Seminoles star Cook rushes for 227 yards, four touchdowns in win at the Carrier Dome
White's 18 first-half points lead Syracuse men's basketball past Monmouth
Graduate transfer knocks down three 3-pointers; SU locks down defensively after halftime in 71-50 victory
Indigenous community seeks justice after nearly 40 years of human rights violations
The indigenous Guarani-Kaiowá community of Brazil has not had access to their ancestral land since the 1970s. The case is being heard before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights this month.
Students walk out against Trump as part of nationwide protest
Fears of xenophobia, racism and deportation after the 2016 presidential election have prompted nationwide campus protests. SU and SUNY-ESF joined the movement yesterday.
'Rent' remains as poignant as ever during 20th anniversary tour
Review: Now, perhaps more than any time in recent memory, a musical about life, protest, love and community is needed.
Syracuse men's basketball cruises past Holy Cross for second win of season
Led by White, Lydon, SU knocks down 13 3-pointers in 90-49 victory at the Carrier Dome
Syracuse football fails to find rhythm without Dungey, falls to N.C. State
SU registers just 28 rushing yards in 35-20 loss to Wolfpack at the Carrier Dome
James Corner talks development and landscape at the final University Lectures Series
Renowned architect reflects on how design and development can bring people together.
Syracuse men's basketball delivers dominant offensive performance in win over Colgate
Four Orange players reach double figures as SU tops Raiders, 83-55, in season opener at the Carrier Dome
Post-election vigil seeks hope, healing
A candlelight vigil was held outside Hendricks Chapel on Wednesday, Nov. 9, in response to the results of the 2016 presidential election.
Controversial documentary sparks campus dialogue
SU administration responds to backlash after filmmaker Shimon Dotan was disinvited from film festival, prompting conversation about freedom of expression on college campuses.
Black Lives Matter lecture traces the movement's history
The African American Studies Department spoke about how BLM has been reflected in art and literature at a lecture on Wednesday.
White leads Syracuse men's basketball past Le Moyne in final exhibition
Graduate transfer scores 24 points, hits six 3-pointers as SU tops Dolphins, 97-64
Election volunteers, first-time voters aimed to make a difference in 2016 election
Democracy in Action students covered the local and national races across Central New York.
Syracuse refugees vote in their first presidential election
Thousands of refugees have resettled in Onondaga County in the past 15 years. Today, many cast their ballots as naturalized U.S. citizens.
Donald Trump wins 2016 presidential election
In the early hours of Wednesday Nov. 9, Donald Trump was declared the president-elect of the United States.
Tragicomedy 'Laura and the Sea' makes debut with SU Drama
Review: With touches of comedy, "Laura and the Sea" by SU Drama reflects on how people struggle to form connections in a digitally disrupted world.
Feminist punk grows with help from festivals
The Syracuse feminist music scene has expanded in recent years due to events like LadyFest and Feminist Friday, and riot grrrl band The Malvinas is helping build that community.
Rock the Dome returns with new British favorite The 1975
Review: Colorful show and confessional lyrics help the indie-pop headliner win over American audiences.
Offensive outburst leads Syracuse men's soccer past Pittsburgh in ACC Tournament
SU tops Panthers, 4-0, to advance to conference quarterfinals
Funk ‘N Waffles hosts benefit concert for Standing Rock as a call-to-action
The stage at Funk N’ Waffles Downtown served as both a musical and political platform to raise awareness about the Dakota Access Pipeline Wednesday night.
Battle impresses in SU men's basketball exhibition win
Freshman among four Orange players who reach double-figure scoring totals in season tune-up against Indiana (Pa).
Syracuse Snare Quidditch Club travels to PA for festival and tournament
Syracuse University's quidditch team participates in the annual Brotherly Love Quidditch Cup and Harry Potter Festival.
Syracuse men's basketball enters 2016-17 with depth and talent despite roster turnover
Led by Tyler Lydon, Andrew White III, Orange opens season ranked No. 19 in preseason AP poll
Comedians Chris D’Elia, Michael Lenoci make Family Weekend funny
Chris D’Elia called out everyone, from the “fitspo” community to embarrassing parents, as he entertained a sold-out crowd Saturday night as part of University Union’s Family Weekend.
Halloween treats for lazy college students
Whether you are hosting a party or hanging out at home watching scary movies on Halloween night, here are some fun and easy treats you can make.
Remembrance Week 2016 honors the past, pushes for change in the future
A week of events that began on Monday paid tribute to the 35 Syracuse University students killed on Pan Am Flight 103 in 1988.
Syracuse men's soccer ends regular season with draw against Wake Forest
Despite playing a man down, Orange tie Demon Deacons 1-1 on senior night at SU Soccer Stadium
Travis Wall’s Shaping Sound dance troupe stops in Syracuse
Young dancers and dance enthusiasts filled The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater to see alumni of the 'So You Think You Can Dance' program.
CSA hosts annual Caribfest
This year's Caribfest included a pageant, fashion show, and dance performances.
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.
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