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Juice Jam 2013: Ushering in the new semester with sunshine, live music, and a lot of dancing
On a beautiful day filled with sunshine and non-stop music, Syracuse students took to social media to share their thoughts and favorite moments from the day.
Orange can't contain Northwestern offense
SU couldn't overcome at a 34-7 haft time deficit, falling to the Wildcats, 48-27.
Recovery through expression: Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare showcases therapeutic art
Syracuse residents overcoming addiction showcase the art they created as a form of therapy at the third annual Recovery Arts Festival.
Rhodes brings experience and passion to Fayetteville-Manlius football
As a player, former SU running back Damien Rhodes has witnessed football at all levels. Now, he's going back to high school, as the coach of Fayetteville-Manlius High School.
Concessions at The Great New York State Fair (or foul?)
Traditional carnival foods may be one-time treats for some, but also showcase the lack of nutritional knowledge many Americans have about food.
Mural artist brings life back to a piece of Syracuse history
Kelly Curry restores the Columbus Circle painting with energy, spirit and artistic ability discovered later in life.
Fair's Dairy Birthing Center offers unique learning experience
The newly-installed Dairy Birthing Center at the New York State Fair saw a crowd of over 5,000 people on its busiest day.
Allen doesn't impress in debut, Orange lose to Penn State
The Orange failed to capitalize on opportunities, eventually falling to Penn State in MetLife Stadium.
Molded by life, Jay Bromley is more than just a football player
Nobody, not even SU defensive end Jay Bromley, thought he would become a football player. But after an unorthodox childhood, Bromley has fought his way to the top.
On the first day of classes, what is your new (school) year's resolution?
While some Syracuse students hope to spend more time meeting new people others wish to concentrate on academic achievement.
Obama promotes higher education reform in speech at Henninger High School
President spoke to Syracuse residents Thursday about his proposal to make college education more affordable for the middle class.
Orange supporters take part in annual football fan fest
Syracuse fans enjoyed the festivities at this year's annual Fan Fest, getting their first look at this season's football team.
Explosions in the Sky makes Westcott debut
Review: The Texas instrumental rock band delivered an energetic performance on Tuesday to a sold-out crowd.
Orange prepare for the beginning of the Scott Shafer era
A few key starters return, but a fierce five-way quarterback competition headlines the beginning of preseason.
The legendary bakery on Syracuse's Northside
For 116 years, Syracuse's Columbus Bakery has tried to remain true to the traditions of making Italian bread.
Guerrilla acts of kindness on the streets of Syracuse
The American Bear project encouraged locals to share random acts of kindness with strangers on the streets.
Race team develops Formula One car for competition
The members of Formula SAE overcome setbacks, work to complete their car in time for local competition.
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.
Introducing the #whyareUsmiling project
Designed to make people happy, #whyareUsmiling isn't as much a question as it is a movement to get people to do it.
The freshman philosopher
Syracuse walk-on football player Hernz Laguerre competes in the worlds of the gridiron and poetry slams.
SU falters after first half lead, loses national championship to Duke
After a strong 5-0 start, SU's inability to win faceoffs and overpower Duke led to the 16-10 loss.
SU vies for its 12th national championship after comeback victory over Denver
With under three minutes in the game an a two-score deficit, the Orange scored three unanswered goals to defeat Denver, 9-8.
SU falls to No. 1 Maryland in women's lacrosse Final Four
A late comeback by the Orange was not enough to ruin the Terrapins undefeated season.
Fitter, happier: Lessons from Jared
A Syracuse Subway restaurant owner lost more than 200 pounds in part from the franchise's Fresh Fit diet popularized by Jared Fogle.
SU women's lacrosse advances to fourth Final Four in six years
After a back-and-forth battle with Florida, the SU women's lacrosse team held off the Gators to reach its third consecutive Final Four.
'Bleeding Orange' means more than ever on graduation day
Commencement closes out the school year and college careers for more than 6,000 Syracuse and SUNY-ESF students.
Syracuse outlasts Bryant, moves on to quarterfinals
SU capitalized on its few offensive possessions to roll past tournament newcomer Bryant at the Carrier Dome.
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.
The Coachella Experience
Music connoisseur Elizabeth Kahn recounts her journey from Syracuse to her favorite place in the world: The Coachella Music and Arts Festival in southern California.
Four Years, One Memory
Graduating seniors reflect on their best times at SU.
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.
McGriff twins lead double lives as musicians and social advocates
The sophomore duo specializes in violence prevention and contemporary hip-hop -- with a twist
George Saunders wows audience with wit, candidness
The short-story author and SU professor appeared to talk and sign books at a local bookstore
Food Lovers' Bucket List
It's about time for a study break! Enjoy the end of the semester the right way by crossing off each of these tasty Syracuse experiences.
Bounce houses, beer and glitter make for Mayfest 2013 memories
Commentary: Syracuse University senior Jillian D'Onfro describes her last Mayfest and thinks back on past years' celebrations.
Students break out bright clothes and glitter for this year's Mayfest
Mayfest 2013 offered something for everyone with concerts and free food in Walnut Park, parties on Euclid and an evening Block Party featuring Trey Songz and Ke$ha.
Ke$ha's glitter-infused Block Party performance doesn't disappoint
Review: The pop star performed many of her No. 1 hits at the Carrier Dome on Friday, with openers Drop City Yacht Club and Trey Songz.
Diane Williams wraps up Raymond Carver Reading Series
The short story author discussed the art of writing in HBS Gifford Auditorium on Wednesday evening.
Superstitions in SU Sports
SU student-athletes share their daily rituals and superstitions that they believe affect their game.
Fitz and the Tantrums bring a party to The Westcott
Review: Frontman Michael Fitzpatrick announced the band's stop in Syracuse was their favorite stop on tour so far.
Record-breaking babies: Syracuse hosts a Great Cloth Diaper Changing event
When the store Basic Baby decided to take part in an international Guinness World Records Diaper Changing challenge, dozens of local families came out to support the cause
Block Party 2013: Are you excited?
We asked a few SU students what they thought about Ke$ha's arrival on campus and the tradition of Block Party. Here's what they said.
Documentary and panel discuss the history and future of lacrosse
From lacrosse legends to former coaches to professors, panelists talked about the significance of one of the earliest sports in the history of North America.
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.
Test your skills, win prizes with Tweet & Seek
Our fourth annual social trivia contests gives @NewsHouse followers a chance to pick up some sweet winnings.
Orange dominate Blue in SU's annual Spring Game
The combination of Terrel Hunt and Jarrod West proved to be a potent combination, leading to a 27-10 victory for the Orange team.
Laugh in Peace stand-up tour encourages interfaith comedy
A reverend, rabbi and Muslim comic walked into Hendricks Chapel on Friday, filling it with laughter.
The Dirty Projectors loosen up at the Westcott
The Brooklyn-based rockers performed with Delicate Steve at the Westcott on Sunday April 14.
Spike Lee speaks to students about chasing their goals
Film director Spike Lee spoke to students and community members Tuesday night about his film career and advised students to follow their dreams.
Statesmen silence Orange
Hobart attackman Alex Love and goalkeeper Peter Zonino snap No. 5 Syracuse's four-game win streak.
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