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Central New York dancers come together to trot and tango
On Sunday, April 23, the SU Ballroom Team collaborated with local guest artists and professionals to present the first-ever Syracuse Ballroom Showcase.
African-American women reflect on their natural hair
Black college students are committing to the "Big Chop," but the decision may hurt their internship prospects.
All Star C.A.S.T. allows actors and actresses with disabilities to shine on stage
Although people with disabilities are often left out of films and shows, VPA's All Star C.A.S.T. workshop teaches them stage skills and allows them to showcase their acting talents.
OrangeAbility combats disability discrimination in sports
Disability Student Union’s event OrangeAbility created a space where people with and without disabilities play accessible sports together.
SU student shares the career tips she learned in Silicon Valley
Commentary: Senior Michaela Quigley visited 23 companies in Silicon Valley over spring break and received advice from Syracuse University alumni and CEOs.
SU student discusses her experience racing in the Syracuse Half Marathon
On Sunday, Brontë Schmit completed the half marathon in one hour and 58 minutes after months of training.
Syracuse Student Life 360
From the Carrier Dome to the chancellor's house, this immersive project provides a glimpse of campus life from the perspective of SU students.
Eight apps to keep you safe over spring break
Whether you’re headed to Cancun or Cabo, download these eight apps to your phone to avoid any unnecessary danger over spring break.
ROTC students discuss their multicultural pride
With immigration being widely discussed, ROTC students maintain their pride for their homelands, while serving the U.S.
Dressing up with drag queens and kings
Before the drag queens and kings could take the stage at Pride Union’s 15th Annual Totally Fabulous Drag Show, the participants spent hours transforming themselves.
Where to find deals on your meals in downtown Syracuse
The 13th annual Downtown Dining Weeks is in full swing with local Syracuse restaurants offering three-course meals for $25.
SU graduate student gets invited to New York Fashion Week for the first time
Aspiring fashion writer Kayla Boyd is rewarded for her longtime passion for style with an invitation to attend the New York Fashion Week.
Two Syracuse couples share their respective stories of what keeps a relationship working for Valentine's Day.
SU students make prosthetic hands with kids at Central Village Boys & Girls Club
Sophomore Justin Bachman led a group of SU students and local children to construct 3-D printed prosthetic hands to donate to kids in other countries.
My Lucky Tummy celebrates refugees’ homemade cuisine with the Syracuse community
The All Saints Church hosted a pop-up food court dinner on Saturday, featuring international dishes for a cultural affair.
Syracuse tattoo artist shares his skin deep story
Raymond Vazquez of Carmelo's Ink City struggled to find a purpose, but tattooing saved him from a life of trouble.
The Magic of My Marathon
My first marathon was the hardest thing I've ever done, but running the race through the four parks of Walt Disney World with my mom made the pain worth it.
Tai Chi Revolution encourages positivity through movement
Looking to stay active this winter? Tai Chi may be the workout you have been looking for.
Politits Art Coalition fights censorship with solidarity
Earlier this year, six women artists in Rochester formed a feminist art group, Politits Art Coalition.
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
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.
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.
CSA hosts annual Caribfest
This year's Caribfest included a pageant, fashion show, and dance performances.
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.
The woman behind the hair
Local hair stylist Shannon Fleming takes on Syracuse Fashion Week, again.
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.
Dogs hit the catwalk for Syracuse Fashion Week
Syracuse's Fall 2016 Fashion Week kicked off on Wednesday with its first ever dog fashion show.
Downtown welcomes latest vintage retailer
Two strangers became business partners when they launched Vintage Love in downtown Syracuse this summer.
Syracuse Fashion Week Gala brings a lavish evening for locals
An interactive runway experience dazzled the crowd at the Syracuse Fashion Week Gala.
Models reclaim the runway during a fashion show
Ladies strutted their stuff for a fashion show at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que on Sunday.
Locals celebrate Earth Day with a music and arts festival
A sustainability-themed music and arts festival brought people together to celebrate Earth Day on Sunday.
Fashions at the Mansion kicked off Syracuse Fashion Week
Attendees enjoyed fashion, music, hors d'oeuvres and cocktails at the Fashions at the Mansions event Wednesday night.
The Essence of Art fashion show presents how art meets fashion
The dark downtown night welcomed a sparkling fashion show on Saturday.
Local magazine holds spring bridal show
Models wearing wedding gowns and tuxedos strut their stuff down the runway at a bridal show on Sunday.
The Trans $5,000 Pursuit of Happiness
SU's Trans Day of Liberation is April 6, but for many transgender twenty-somethings, the high costs of surgeries and hormone therapy mean liberation comes at a high price.
Sunday brunch and fashion show event raises ovarian cancer awareness
Locals gathered for a bite to eat, some light shopping and a fashion show Sunday morning to help raise awareness for ovarian cancer.
Student entrepreneur sews his way to success
Syracuse University student Jacob deHahn creates his handmade products and runs his own business.
Artists display 'The Stories We Dream' for Women's History Month
Artists showcase their creations at "The Stories We Dream" multimedia exhibit at the Petit Branch Library.
SU voices speak out on International Women's Day
Commentary: A pair of visual journalists produced this video in which Newhouse School students discuss what it means to be a woman.
From twirling to tiaras
Meghan Sinisi shares how being the Syracuse University Orange Girl led her to become Miss Syracuse 2016.
Fairy tale meets fashion at 'While You Were Sleeping' runway show and fundraiser
Stylish shoppers and fashion mavens enjoy a fairy tale fashion show at the While You Were Sleeping event on Sunday to benefit Syracuse City Ballet.
Modern Malt serves unique eats during Dining Weeks
Learn about Modern Malt's specialty dishes featured during Syracuse's Downtown Dining Weeks.
Review: A mouthful of zesty flavors at Lemongrass during Dining Weeks
Grab a bite to eat at Lemongrass before Downtown Dining Weeks in Syracuse comes to a close.
Hair stylists wow crowds at a fairy tale hairstyle show
The fifth annual BLOWOUT fantasy hairstyle fundraiser show entertained crowds at the Landmark Theatre on Sunday.
Get your appetites ready for Downtown Dining Weeks
The 12th Annual Downtown Dining Weeks takes on Syracuse from Feb. 15 to Feb. 29.
Expressions of love
Whether it's a another person or activity, these students and local residents are passionate.
Chocolate lovers venture out in a snowstorm for sweet treats
The snow didn't stop those with a sweet tooth from going to A Taste of Chocolate at the Columbian Presbyterian Church in LaFayette on Saturday.
Celebrate Galentine's Day with close friends and great food
Mark your calendar for a Feb. 13 day out with the girls to celebrate Galentine's Day.
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