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Students reacted happily to news that classes were canceled after 2:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon after a persistent snowfall.
SU bolsters receiving corps, secondary in 2014 recruiting class
Scott Shafer and company welcomed 22 new recruits on National Signing Day, as well as three 2013 signees who joined the team this January.
RYSE-ing above the sound and the fury
RYSE (née Ryan Andersen) is a young rapper and artist constantly searching for the freshest sound while overcoming a turbulent past.
Cooney dazzles as Syracuse triumphs in 61-55 win over Notre Dame
Trevor Cooney scored a career-high 33 points and tied a school record with nine three-pointers in the win.
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.
Philip Seymour Hoffman, master of screen and stage, dies at 46
A tribute to the Academy Award-winning actor considered one of the best of his generation.
It began with a bang: SU kicks off Duke rivalry with big overtime victory
C.J. Fair had a career-high 28 points as No. 2 Syracuse found a way to beat No. 17 Duke in front of a record-breaking crowd of 35,446 fans.
Friendly foes: Boeheim and Syracuse face Krzyzewski and Duke for the first time in 15 years
The No. 2 Orange host No. 17 Duke Saturday in a match-up of perennial basketball powerhouses.
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.
Syracuse University, we’ve been Crashed!
Chuck's and other local spots experienced a (small) British invasion this past week as the cast of TV's 'Campus Crashers' tried party like American college students.
Smothering With Love
Mary Alice Smothers, the Queen Bee of the West Side, makes a difference in the community one child at a time.
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
"Next To Normal" illuminates the intricacies of mental illness.
The Redhouse puts on the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical.
Warm up to winter training
Outdoor training in these sub-zero temperatures can be challenging -- but when dressed appropriately, winter workouts can be a real treat for the senses.
Fire erases a home but not a family's spirit
Cherie Williams and her family continue to persevere after having their Chatham, N.Y., home destroyed last spring.
SU looks to avenge championship loss in 2014
After losing to Duke in the 2013 division 1 men's lacrosse championship, Syracuse has the makings of team ready for another title run, with depth on offense and defense.
Things easier than camping out for the Syracuse-Duke game
Students pitch tents outside Gate E more than a week before the sold-out, Feb. 1 showdown in the Carrier Dome to establish an SU-Duke rivalry.
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.
SU escapes with close victory over former Big East rival Pittsburgh
Freshman guard Tyler Ennis played well in the final two minutes of Saturday's match-up to keep SU's undefeated season alive.
An Infinite Faith
Struggling to support himself and his family, Don Uyaguari crafts guitars in his small town of San Bartolomé, Ecuador.
Young stars step up in hard-fought SU victory over Georgia Tech
The usual suspects -- sophomores Brianna Butler and Brittney Sykes -- propelled the Orange to victory, but the play of freshman Alexis Peterson helped secure the win.
Syracuse's hustle and strong defense lead to victory over North Carolina
Coach Jim Boeheim credited the win over the ACC foe to the Orange’s nonstop effort on defense.
Syracuse starts slow, but comes back to beat Villanova
In a highly anticipated ACC-Big East match-up, Trevor Cooney, Tyler Ennis and C.J. Fair carried the Orange to its biggest victory of the season.
SU wins Texas Bowl thanks to stout defense and late score from Hunt
The Orange contained the Minnesota offense and did not allow a 100-yard rusher for the 13th-straight game. But it was the touchdown from Hunt in the last minute of the game that sealed the win.
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.
Fair and Ennis shine as Orange win 10th straight game
Tyler Ennis dominated the first half to give the Orange a big lead, but C.J. Fair finished strong to push Syracuse past St. John's.
Auxygen brings campus innovators together to form professional, "creative powerhouse"
In just one year, the student start-up has moved from the basement of Theta Chi to a real storefront in downtown Syracuse — and brought with it clients from all over the world.
'The Music Man' brings good old-fashioned fun to the Red House
Review: The Red House's production of 'The Music Man' suffers from the small space but is a triumph overall thanks to a talented cast.
Orange finds rhythm in 93-65 win over Binghamton
Despite a slow start to the game, SU cruised to its eight straight win this season, thanks to the performances of C.J. Fair, Trevor Cooney, Jerami Grant and Ron Patterson.
Does the punishment match the crime? Legislators debate New York drug policies
As other state legislatures adopt more lenient marijuana policies, New York lawmakers consider policies concerning drugs, stop-and-frisk and more controversial topics.
Hudson Mohawke lets music do the talking
Review: EDM artists Cashmere Cat and Hudson Mohawke performed focused sets in the Schine Underground for the first show in University Union's Bandersnatch Series.
Orange get best of Hoosiers for second straight time in 69-52 victory
Syracuse used a few big runs to pull away from Indiana in a rematch of last year's Sweet Sixteen game.
Smock’s Annual Sip and Shop brings holiday cheer and philanthropy to Syracuse
With the holiday season in full effect, one local company spreads the joy with an event this week that raises awareness for a greater cause.
Caring for Doug
A Liverpool couple's love and commitment endure six years after a stroke changes their lives forever.
SU becomes bowl-eligible with win over Boston College
The Orange won 34-31 in a back-and-forth game that ended with last second-touchdown from quarterback Terrel Hunt.
'A Christmas Carol' brings holiday spirit to Syracuse
Review: Syracuse Stage's production of 'A Christmas Carol' features outstanding performances from the cast and a stellar set design.
Local cafes cater to growing popularity of veganism among students
As veganism becomes more prevalent on the Syracuse University campus, Strong Hearts Cafe and Café Kubal offer carefully crafted menu items without any animal products.
Orange can't overcome injuries, lose to Pitt
At 5-5 on the year, Syracuse needed one win to become eligible for a BCS bowl game. But injuries and a sputtering offense derailed the Orange in a 17-16 loss.
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.
International students from all over the world share their experiences transitioning to life in the United States.
SU rallies to prevent upset against St. Francis
The Orange went on a 10-0 run in the final few minutes of Monday night's match-up with St. Francis to remained undefeated on the season.
Miss America Nina Davuluri returns to Syracuse
The former Miss New York attended a Bollywood-inspired homecoming reception party at The Oncenter on Nov. 16 bringing with her a new beacon of hope for Syracuse’s Indian community.
Syracuse University Drama explores the nature of language in "Translations"
Review: The student cast members of "Translations" deliver commendable performances despite the unique challenge of speaking in different languages and in different accents.
SU defense holds Colgate in 69-50 win
The Orange shot poorly throughout the contest, but shot enough from the free throw line to keep lead on the Raiders.
Avant Gaming event examines cultural, artistic impact of video games
A partnership between the Everson Museum of Art and the Urban Video Project brought the community Avant Gaming, an event that showcased short films and artwork focused on video games.
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.
New rules, same game: SU learns to adapt to stringier fouls in win over Fordham
The Orange came away with the victory, but committed 25 personal fouls. New NCAA rules regarding contact are being enforced this season, causing the Orange to adjust its game.
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.
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