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Connective Corridor sets sights on expansion
A $45 million phase of the initiative to connect SU's campus with downtown Syracuse starts this summer with a target Fall 2015 completion date.
From classroom to lakefront: the story of Onondaga Lake
Students at Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF recount the history of Onondaga Lake through puppets, poetry, music and art.
SUNY-ESF taxidermy collection brings animal specimens back to life
In a SUNY-ESF classroom lies the Roosevelt Wildlife Collection, an assortment of 10,000 stuffed animal specimens that educate and inspire students to add their own finds to the collection.
The Adventures of Jessica DiCicco
DJ, actress, music video director and voice of Flame Princess on the hit animated TV series, 'Adventure Time': Jessica DiCicco is doing it all, and she's only getting started.
Community members recount love tales for oral history initiative
During the final event for the Black Syracuse Project's "Your Story!" series, members of the Syracuse community spoke about their experiences with love in its many forms.
Gangs of Central New York
Thirty years since former gang leader General Davis ruled the streets, Syracuse is home to 22 gangs and 1,300 gang members, and the violent crime rate remains above the national average.
'Tap into the MOST' tickles taste buds while raising money for science education
The food and drink tasting event drew large crowds to the Museum of Science and Technology even during the SU Final Four game against Michigan.
Auto show spotlights classic car collectors from the community
Automobiles, motorcycles and bicycles were on display this past weekend at Syracuse Motorama, the largest indoor custom and classic car show in New York.
SU alumni explore the impact of 9/11 with documentary
In 'We Were Quiet Once,' a community grapples with the aftershocks of a tragedy that unfolded right in their backyard.
Crime reporter tracks down mystery bus company
Finding leads and following clues? Just a day in the life for journalist Douglass Dowty.
Salsa dance classes heat up wintry Syracuse
La Familia de la Salsa's lessons bring people together and lift their spirits, even in the depths of winter.
Out-of-state visitors and local businesses alike enjoy Winterfest
Syracuse's annual winter festival is underway with ice skating and drink mix-offs, and the fun will continue until Feb. 24.
SU art professor's video premieres at dusk on Everson Museum's wall
in Court (Basketball), an Urban Video Project exhibition, debuted Feb. 14 and will continue until March 31.
Film festival explores issues, celebrates culture of the Caribbean
The second annual Caribbean Cinematic Festival takes place at the Community Folk Art Center, February 6 through 10.
Celebrating the season with Winterfest in Syracuse
The community comes together to celebrate Syracuse's longest season with 9 days filled with cook-offs, ice skating, music, games and fireworks.
Making the cut: SU students search for the perfect barber
Finding the right barber can be difficult and tedious, but some Syracuse students have found the right fit at local shops.
The Marshall Street appeal
Students weigh in on which Marshall Street establishments they like and what they want to see added.
Liverpool boy's wait for a heart
A Liverpool family experiences a miraculous change of heart as it cares for six adopted children with special needs.
SUNY-ESF duo celebrate the success of blight-resistant trees
Charles Maynard and William Powell have developed a fungus-resistant American chestnut that may bring back the trees from the brink of extinction.
See Sam run
Dynamic Democrat Sam Roberts earns a second term as Syracuse's New York state assemblyman.
Northeast schools take steps to protect students and faculty from Hurricane Sandy
As Hurricane Sandy rolls in from the sea, universities and colleges in New York and other northeastern states cancel class and work to prepare their communities for the superstorm.
SU alumnus carves out his own niche in the Halloween business
Ryan Wickstrand's Zombie Pumpkins celebrates a decade of pumpkin carving concepts.
Onondaga Lake cleanup project begins after 15 years of planning
Syracuse companies begin four year process of dredging toxic waste from Onondaga Lake.
Local film festival shines spotlight on socially conscious films
Preview: The Syracuse International Film Festival to screen local and international films in various city locations.
Syracuse alumni hit the road to find "American Dreamers"
Pete Wayner and Leah Stacy, two Newhouse alumni, and their friend Kevin Kennedy, are traveling the country to capture various perspectives of the “American Dream,” the first mission of their startup, The Bly Project.
Westcott Fair's 21st year celebrates diversity in Syracuse
Just a mile off campus, Westcott Street came alive on Sunday as the neighborhood's annual cultural fair ushered in artists, performers, restaurants and visitors from the surrounding area.
Pagan community leader organizes local festival, promotes tolerance
Local software developer and pagan Kurt Hohmann coordinates the Central New York Pagan Pride Festival each year to educate the community about the faith.
Syracuse chef brings unique, fresh taste to Central New York with 'Steve’s Street Eats' food truck
Chef Steve LeClair brings popular food truck craze to Syracuse with his trailer-turned-kitchen
Profiled: Voices of black men in Syracuse
In the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting, Syracuse students and residents describe how it feels to be racially profiled.
Syracuse artist travels through time in 3-D
New public art project on East Genesee Street puts history into 3-D perspective.
Syracuse celebrates Earth Day 2012
Bad weather is no match for Sunday's environmental celebration.
Two film students capture beat of Mozambique
Budding Newhouse School documentarians reflect on their music-filled adventure in Mozambique.
School of Architecture graduate students travel to Denmark on an alumnus's dime to learn about infrastructure and society.
The secret life of J.M. Berry
A LaFayette, N.Y. native finds his life’s purpose in a jar of honey.
Burglars target four Westcott homes
While students were away on winter break, thefts plagued the off-campus neighborhood.
Two weeks later
In the wake of record-setting flooding in the wake of Tropical Storm Lee, residents of New York's Southern Tier come together to clean-up and cope as a community.
SIFE teaches business skills, changes the world
SU's free enterprise student organization implements business initiatives that make a difference on campus, throughout central New York, and in countries as far away as Guatemala.
Waffles and worship
The Vineyard Church, a nationally recognized non-denominational church, holds services every Sunday night at Funk N Waffles.
Occupy Syracuse prepares for winter's wrath
With the arrival of snow and bone-chilling temperatures, Occupy Syracuse campers predict they'll make it through the winter -– but it won't be easy.
A journey along California’s 840 miles of coastline shows urbanization’s impact on communities, the environment and people's lives.
Snapshots of Election Day 2011
For the second year in a row, Syracuse University journalism students covered Election Day from start to finish through video, audio, photographs and the written word.
A patriot's ride
The Patriot Guard Riders of New York saddle up on a regular basis to support our nation's troops.
Mercury more widespread in Great Lakes than thought
Representatives from a team of more than 170 scientists, including SU Professor Charles Driscoll, announced their Great Lakes mercury study findings on Tuesday.
Recipe for success
A local bakery finds a niche in Syracuse University's catering services with their varied cupcakes.
I know what you did last summer: SU style
The sun may have set on summer but SU students had plenty of stories to share from their vacation on the first day of classes.
Hurricane Irene affects students' travel plans
The massive storm that hit the Northeast causes delays and dilemmas as students tried to make their way back to Syracuse.
Exploring Syracuse's roots
Check out more than 50 video stories about Central New York originals.
Steering away from texting while driving
Citizens and local police advocating for education on driving distractions are endorsing New York's new ban.
Downtown mural to resurrect memories of canal
Volunteers from 40 Below are working on a mural spanning two blocks to remind people of the impact the Erie Canal once had on the Salt City.
Press freedom still a threatened commodity
With turmoil in the Middle East and recent news of another Pakistani reporter killed, a journalist honored at SU shares his personal story of torture and the challenges of freedom of information.
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