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Chinese community gathers to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival away from home
The Chinese Students and Scholars Association hosted the annual event in Goldstein Auditorium.
SU students must pay more to replace lost or stolen ID cards
A microchip embedded in the new student ID cards means higher prices for replacements.
Author, Iraq War veteran kicks off 2014 Syracuse Symposium lineup
Award-winning author Kevin Powers will open the annual series at 7 p.m. Thursday in Watson Theatre.
Professor encourages healthy eating, self-reliance through small business
After launching Make Fresh Foods in July, local entrepreneur Nancy Rissler looks toward the future of her recipe-based business.
Sweet Basil Thai House moves to Marshall Street
The Thai and Vietnamese restaurant relocated from Mattydale to former Cosmos spot on Friday.
Juice Jam 2014: Nothing Short of Magical
In the final hurrah before classes pick up pace, music lovers came together for good music, good company and good times.
SU students return to Princeton Review's top-ranked party school
The No. 1 party school status elicits mixed reactions ranging from raves about positive party experiences to concerns about what the new title will mean.
Goon Squad helps freshmen class of 3,500 settle into dorms
The 70-year-old SU tradition has shifted from ensuring freshman wore identifying beanies to helping them move their belongings from packed cars to residence halls.
160th Commencement marks a new beginning for more than 5,000 SU and SUNY-ESF graduates
On graduation day, students reflected on their college accomplishments and look toward their future beyond the Hill.
What has Syracuse given you?
Commentary: SU to thank for helping graduates learn, grow as people.
Students eat, drink and celebrate the end of the semester at Mayfest
Whether it was their first or last time at the annual event, SU students enjoyed the warm weather and festivities on Walnut Park.
Anderson Cooper on "finding your bliss"
The CNN anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent shared his experiences as a reporter abroad and gave advice to students in the audience.
Shuttle driver doubles as storyteller
Robert McNeill, who drives both the Shuttle 44 and the Shuttle U Home, talks about his different experiences transporting people late at night.
Relay for Life honors cancer fighters and survivors
More than 1,000 students attended the 12th annual overnight event at Syracuse University, which raised $81,000 for research.
Kent Syverud inaugurated as new SU chancellor
Syracuse University officially installed its 12th president in a day full of activities and orange spirit.
Live: Author Diane Ravitch at Syracuse University
Follow updates from author Diane Ravitch's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
Ron Paul champions individual liberty at Syracuse
The former Congressman from Texas and presidential candidate discussed national issues to a sold-out audience at Hendricks Chapel.
SU senior seeks support group for students facing eating disorders
After returning from treatment and rehab for bulimia, Rachel Rifkin has voiced her struggles and is now looking to create a network to help others tackling similar issues.
Anna Deavere Smith engages audience with provocative and humorous character
The third University Lectures speaker performed multiple acts Tuesday night, challenging listeners to think critically about social issues and about grace.
Live: Playwright and actress Anna Deavere Smith at Syracuse University
Follow updates from playwright and actress Anna Deavere Smith University Lectures talk at 5:00 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
National Orange Day celebrates SU's 144th birthday
As Syracuse University turns 144 on March 24, the campus is engaged in daylong activities ranging from signing a giant birthday card to eating cake.
Professors increasingly use Twitter to engage students
Faculty members at many universities have begun to use social media as a tool to connect to students outside of the classroom.
SU cleans up for RecycleMania
The national recycling competition reaches Syracuse as students and staff continue to work toward sustainability.
Getting to know Dr. Ruth Chen
SU's new First Lady has kept busy by getting to know students, faculty and her surroundings since joining the Syracuse community.
Live: Cartoonist and author Roz Chast at Syracuse University
Follow updates from New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes goes all in with Syracuse
The talk show host discussed America's meritocratic system and how it has led to elitism in his University Lectures Series speech.
Live: MSNBC host Chris Hayes at Syracuse University
Follow updates from MSNBC's political commentator Chris Hayes University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
Future Friday features 3-D scanning and printing
The iSchool's NEXIS lab highlighted emerging technologies, including Google Glass, a virtual reality headset and even three-dimensional models.
Hendricks food pantry serves hungry students
An increasing number of students facing food insecurity receive support from a collection of goods right on campus.
Graduate students with children seek solutions to daycare problems
Student parents continue to have trouble finding affordable childcare beyond SU's crowded facilities.
SUA senior saves DPS officer's life
Field supervisor Billy Fletcher arrived just in the nick of time to rescue Officer Stan Prue, who was struck by lightning.
First generation student persists through obstacles
Alaska native Allison Baker faced many hurdles before and after her acceptance to Syracuse University.
345 seconds in the Super Bowl spotlight
More than 200 members of Syracuse University's marching band took part in the Super Bowl pre-game performance.
Students reacted happily to news that classes were canceled after 2:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon after a persistent snowfall.
SU celebrates Lunar New Year
The Chinese Students and Scholars Association marked the start of the Year of the Horse with performances in its annual gala.
From Duke to the Super Bowl, SU Marching Band is ready to play
In a matter of 24 hours, SUMB members will be performing at one of the largest regular season NCAA college basketball games ever and then the world's biggest annual football event.
Smothers acts as role model, family member to West Side kids
Mary Alice Smothers' passion for helping others is apparent in her long days at the office and outgoing personality
Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy honored in annual celebration
1,900 people gathered at the 29th annual event in the Carrier Dome featuring Freeman Hrabowski, a university president who marched with Dr. King in the 1960s.
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: The legacy of Pan Am Flight 103
December 21, 1988 changed our world forever. Explore how with this interactive series.
SU App Challenge: for students, by students
The iSchool's Second Annual SU App Challenge on Dec. 5 featured three new applications created by university students to make life easier on campus.
3D printers pop up on campus
A three-dimensional printer produces objects by squeezing tiny layers of plastic on top of each other in an additive process. It is a way of taking a digital file and bringing it into the world as a physical object.
SU reacts to LGBT-targeted vandalism
A campus display intended to raise awareness of transgender individuals was vandalized Friday.
Reflecting and looking ahead for outgoing SA President Allie Curtis
After a term that "toughened" her up, Allie Curtis will continue to stay involved in student government during her final semester at SU.
First University Lectures speaker Sen. George Mitchell back after a decade
Sen. George Mitchell led a discussion focusing on worldwide issues and the need for communication between different countries in the final installment of the University Lectures series this semester.
'Fast four' with the 2013 Student Association candidates
Presidential and vice presidential candidates answer key questions about their platforms, hopes and goals.
Drones bring soaring new technology to SU
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or UAVs, have landed at Syracuse with the help of professors, students and the Skyworks Project.
WellsLink celebrates 10 years of achievement, diversity
The WellsLink Leadership Program, celebrating 10 years since its creation, is an organization that strives to help students of color in academic, social, emotional and cultural ways.
Belfer Audio Archive struggles to be heard
Director Jenny Doctor charges to improve Belfer’s profile among students and faculty and to bring the archive out of the dark with 50th anniversary celebration.
'Aimless Love,' but not so aimless humor with poet Billy Collins
Notable poet Billy Collins spoke in Hendricks Chapel Wednesday as part of the 2013 University Lectures.
Live: Poet Billy Collins at Syracuse University
Follow updates from former U.S. poet laureate's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
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