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Hope for a cure to cancer
More than 2,000 students and Syracuse community members helped Relay for Life raise more than $149,000 for cancer research in the Carrier Dome on April 14.
Social media's role in education
Educators and students from Syracuse to California joined a live Twitter chat this spring about social media in the classroom.
The life and times of the Syracuse logo
Over the years, Syracuse University's changing logo reflects a desire to find a brand that will stand out from the rest.
Students at the 158th annual commencement ceremony in the Carrier Dome on May 13 utilized social media outlets such as Twitter and YouTube to document the ceremony that honored more than 5,000 graduates.
A terrible thing to waste: disposing of your leftovers
The dirty details of Syracuse University's dining hall waste and where food scraps go.
We found plenty of bests, favorites and firsts on SU's campus ranging from the most dangerous street to the friendliest employee.
Secretary of State Clinton talks diplomacy, human rights to SU crowd
Hillary Clinton addressed a packed Hendricks Chapel on Monday afternoon with her speech on foreign policy.
First #140cuse conference explores power of real-time web
Speakers discussed how Twitter allows people to make connections during the first #140cuse conference in the Schine Student Center.
Relay for Life brings students together to honor those struck by cancer
Hundreds filled the Carrier Dome on Saturday, raising more than $175,000 for the American Cancer Society.
Car crashes into front porch of SU students' house
Four SU students woke up to a loud crash and found a car embedded into their front porch. The driver fled the scene after the accident. This is a first-hand account of the incident.
Join our chat on social media and education
Take part by tweeting or following the discussion at #SMinEDU starting at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17.
Chinese dating game brings touch of drama to Hendricks Chapel
Based on Chinese dating show "Fei Cheng Wu Rao," female student choose or reject male bachelors in front of a full audience.
University Lectures Closes Year with Activist Terry Tempest Williams
Throughout the evening, the environmentalist and author shared personal stories that helped her find her own voice.
Terry Tempest Williams live at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the environmentalist and author's 7:30 p.m. talk at Hendricks Chapel.
Students hold 'Hoodies for Trayvon' rally amid national calls to action
More than 100 students stood on the steps of Hendricks Chapel to show support for Trayvon Martin, a slain Florida teenager.
Freshman found dead in dorm room
Syracuse University officials confirm the death of Courtenay Nash in DellPlain Hall on Friday afternoon.
British novelist asks, “Why Write?”
Zadie Smith delivered the second lecture in the spring semester for the annual University Lecture series.
Zadie Smith live at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the award-winning author's 7:30 p.m. talk at Hendricks Chapel.
The glow of Winter Carnival
See videos from the annual campus tradition built on the theme of "Let it snow, let it glow."
Auto accident frequency creeps upward
Syracuse University public safety officials say being more aware is the best way to curb traffic accidents on campus.
Author draws distinctions between being good writer and good person
Jonathan Franzen, a National Book Award-winning author, spoke at Hendricks Chapel on Tuesday night as the first speaker of the spring semester in the University Lecture series.
Diversity rises, but social interaction among diverse remains stagnant
Syracuse University has been actively recruiting a more diverse student body, but the campus still faces the issue of getting people of different backgrounds to interact.
Karl Rove addresses Obama's policies, 2012 election in SU visit
Protest staged outside Schine Center where Republican adviser discussed GOP politics and economic policies Wednesday.
Funding for future symphony remains unclear
Efforts to revive a symphony in Syracuse after Syracuse Symphony Orchestra went bankrupt have so far been unsuccessful.
Annual Vagina Monologues performances address female empowerment, anti-violence
The cast of this year's performances was split in two to emphasize the individuality of the monologues.
Faculty, students react to Twitter's policy of withholding tweets
Some say the policy is a form of censorship, while others say it is a smart business move.
He would walk 2,180 miles
Paul Longchamps, a light bulb changer for SU, will begin the 2,180-mile trek of the Appalachian Trail in February.
Syracuse experiences unusually warm winter
Snowfall levels this year are nearly half of what they typically are.
Detroit mayor reflects on how MLK's legacy applies today during annual dinner
The 27th annual MLK Jr. dinner included a Southern feast, singing, dancing and awards for Unsung Heroes.
Behind the scenes: Syracuse University Ambulance
SUA provides 24/7 ambulance services to faculty, staff and students at the university. The organization is almost entirely run by student members who are living a double life.
More veterans return to Syracuse University
The number of military veterans attending Syracuse University has more than tripled since 2006, thanks to the post-9/11 G.I. Bill and the university's efforts to recruit and retain veterans.
Unprecedented student turnout in 2011 SA elections
Student participation in SA elections tops record high; voters pick Dylan Lustig for president.
The cornerstones of Syracuse University
A school archivist traces SU's history back to the five original campus buildings.
Syracuse University students develop digital products for MLB during overnight hack-a-thon
More than 70 students, from across nearly every SU school, gathered at the iSchool for the second annual MLB.com College Challenge.
Marching band to perform at Heisman gala
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.
Syracuse students call Westboro Baptists' bluff
Syracuse students showed up to counter the protests of the Westboro Baptists, but the Kansas radicals never showed.
Bernie Fine through the ages
A snapshot of Bernie Fine and his career at Syracuse University.
Dylan Lustig elected next Student Association president
Lustig beat out opponent Taylor Carr in the most popular SA election since voting started on MySlice.
Columnist voices opinion on U.S. condition
Journalist Bob Herbert advocated for building up the country's infrastructure, both literal and figurative, in Tuesday's University Lecture.
Candidates examine issues at Student Association debate
Candidates for several SA positions discuss their positions on community service, personal leadership skills and the university's national rankings at this year's debate.
Live: Journalist Bob Herbert at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the former New York Times columnist's 7:30 p.m. talk at Hendricks Chapel.
Dropping into the real world
More education equals more opportunity, right? Young college dropouts say no.
Beyond Borders: The face of public diplomacy
An academic panel discussed relations between the United States and Middle East nations.
Increased pedaling due to more than just nice weather
While Syracuse has had its share of warm weather this fall, that is not the only reason for increased bikes on campus.
Gunn gathers minds for earthly discussion
NPR personality Moira Gunn hosts a panel to gauge political, media influences on the Earth.
The Entrepreneurs: Syracuse considered a hotbed for innovation
Syracuse University emerges as leader in student entrepreneurship thanks to a thriving club, donations from outside organizations and personal drive.
Dos and Don'ts: Where to bring your parents on Family Weekend
Here are some of the best places to visit/avoid when your parents are in town for Family Weekend.
Demetri Martin strums out jokes for SU
Review: The stand-up comedian filled Goldstein Auditorium with laughter at his uncommon, but clever, comedic style.
Sedaris delivers laughs during Syracuse talk
Best-selling author David Sedaris engages a Syracuse University audience with his satirical humor and real-life experiences.
Live: Author David Sedaris at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the popular humorist's sold-out 6 p.m. talk at Goldstein Auditorium.
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