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Foul finish: Syracuse squanders late lead, loses to Villanova in OT
A disastrous turnover in the closing seconds gives the Wildcats an opening to capitalize.
Syracuse basketball: Cooney's big night lifts Orange to nail-biting victory
The guard's best shooting performance of the season helped set up a dramatic last-second win.
Plowshares Craftsfair is a perfect introduction to Syracuse Peace Council
The Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival, held Dec. 1, allowed community members to get a glimpse of the full mission of the Syracuse Peace Council.
Record number of women in Congress still not enough
After Congress broke the record with over 100 female representatives, women state that there is still much needed improvement.
Syracuse Opera has hidden grandeur in the heart of the city
As patrons age and audience sensibilities change, Syracuse Opera takes strides to stay relevant in the digital age.
Refugee entrepreneurs thrive on Syracuse's Northside
Many refugees own small businesses, such as marketplaces, restaurants, and clothing stores, on the city's Northside.
Solace in song
William Gorman finds freedom in his music and from the support of his church after the loss of his father.
Generating justice with nonviolent protests
Peaceful movements such as #BlackLivesMatter and THE General Body inspire conversation on how social movements gain momentum and whether they will actually lead to justice.
One Bean To Rule Them All: Syracuse edition
With three coffee roasters in Syracuse, it can be hard to decide where to get a caffeine fix. Here's a break down of what to expect at each.
D.R.E.A.M. Freedom Revival: Where big-tent gospel theater meets political activism
Local activist Kevin Bott has run for mayor in Syracuse, but his real political power comes from his electric performances in the D.R.E.A.M. Freedom Revival, a musical theater group.
Syracuse community comes together for annual holiday concert
The "Holiday at Hendricks" concert filled the halls with the sound of music, from modern melodies to classical tunes.
SU protesters march to downtown Justice Center; draw on national momentum to demand justice for local victims
THE General Body supported the Monday afternoon protest, the third in one week.
After life-changing moment, man discovers passion for cooking and a way to help others
For 35 years, Bob Barker has cooked hot dogs in his red food truck, becoming more than just a friendly face, but also a positive force in the community.
SU Drama-Syracuse Stage partnership nurtures burgeoning actors
The collaboration between SU's drama program and downtown's theater allows students to graduate ahead of the curve in terms of real-world acting experience.
Men's basketball: Orange doomed by Greene's scorching finish in loss to St. John's
The senior made three shots from beyond the arc in the final minutes to send the Red Storm to a monumental win.
Lack of grand jury indictments in Ferguson, Staten Island sparks rally at SU
Call-and-response chants rang out in front of Hendricks Chapel at 2 p.m. on Friday.
THE General Body continues advocacy for key demands, despite end of sit-in
Among student coalition's unresolved demands are additional mental health resources and re-establishment of Posse program funding.
Spider-Man's on-screen future hinges on smart studio decisions
Commentary: In order to preserve the beloved character's legacy in film, Sony, Spidey's parent company, should transfer ownership rights back to Marvel Comics.
Men's basketball: Orange dominates paint again in win over Holy Cross
Rakeem Christmas and Chris McCullough shine as perimeter shooting continues to fail SU.
New study finds unfair housing, discrimination in University neighborhood
CNY Fair Housing conducted targeted investigations to verify complaints about denied housing in the SU neighborhood area.
With H-1B Visas complicating job prospects, Chinese international students struggle to find employment
The H-1B Visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows U.S. companies to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations.
Syracuse football: Pittsburgh rushers bowl past sluggish Orange defense
The Panthers pile up 256 rushing yards in a convincing 23-point victory.
Men's basketball: Orange defense stifles Loyola in easy victory
SU dominates in the paint en route to its best defensive performance in almost two years.
Tribute bands find eager fans in Syracuse
Central New York is a hotbed of tribute performances, but the trend depends on where you're seeing the show.
Give thanks for good music: A Turkey Day playlist
For Thanksgiving, we create our own food-centric playlist to soundtrack your family culinary adventures.
Community members experience night of homelessness in Syracuse Sleep-Out
Over 40 people slept outside as part of the Syracuse Homeless Challenge in an effort to raise awareness of hunger and homelessness in Central New York.
Dascha Polanco is a "warrior," and John Mulaney is better than his TV show
Review: For two Hollywood stars visiting SU's campus, one proves that strength is essential to success, and the other that sometimes talented people get mired in talentless shows.
Frozen Dome Classic welcomes 30,715 fans, breaks record
The Syracuse Crunch beat the Utica Comets 2-1 in a game that set the pro indoor hockey attendance record history Saturday night in the Carrier Dome.
Cardiac 'Cuse: Orange field hockey beats UNC in penalty strokes, reaches title game
Alyssa Manley's two stroke conversions vault SU to its first national final in program history.
SU promotes tobacco-free policy through Great American Smokeout activities
Smoking will be prohibited on the Syracuse University campus beginning in summer 2015.
THE General Body: From general interest to campus social movement in less than two months
The student coalition ended its occupation of Crouse-Hinds Hall on Nov. 20, 17 days after the sit-in began and six weeks after the group formed.
THE General Body ends sit-in, plans to continue movement outside Crouse-Hinds
After 17 days in the lobby of Crouse-Hinds Hall, THE General Body vacated the building Thursday afternoon.
Civic hackathon brings awareness, solutions to hunger and homelessness
Hackers from Syracuse to Rochester and Ithaca gathered together to create apps and web services aimed at helping those experiencing homelessness.
A supernatural skeptic's surprise
At the 16th annual Canastota Psychic Fair, our reporter sat down with a spiritualist, who knew more about her than she realized possible.
Men's basketball: Orange overcomes tough Hampton zone to win second game of season
Strong performance in paint sparks the SU offense in easy victory.
Second Elect Her workshop promotes women's involvement in Congress, university politics
The Saturday event was run through the American Association of University Women.
Men's basketball: Syracuse defense stymies Kennesaw State in opening victory
An explosive fast-break attack helps the Orange overcome another slow shooting performance.
Syracuse women's basketball: Moving forward without Brittney Sykes
As the junior continues to recover from a torn ACL, SU will rely on its improved depth to compete in the ACC.
University looks into colleges' use of social media, development of individual brands
Consulting firm Bain & Company highlighted the topic in a diagnostic report for SU in April.
An energetic Cash Cash cashes in at the final Bandersnatch show of the semester
Electricity spread throughout a packed Schine Underground as over 300 enjoyed music from Cash Cash, Julian Nelums and Almond.
Alibrandi Catholic Center dances to a new beat with first benefit concert
Chris Lizzi will perform at the Walnut Place center on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
Barry Scheck, co-founder of the Innocence Project, lectures on role of DNA evidence in criminal justice
Scheck's presentation was the final lecture of the fall 2014 University Lectures series.
Syracuse basketball: Huge second-half run sparks Orange in blowout win
Despite poor shooting, the Orange cruised past Adrian in its final tuneup game.
Syracuse football: Sluggish fourth quarter dooms Orange in loss to Duke
SU is now eliminated from bowl contention for the first time since 2011.
Syracuse area dance company offers classes to underrepresented youth
The Young and Talented Dance Company allows students from low-income areas to perform all across Syracuse.
The art of the cosplay at RetroGameCon 2014
Saturday's video game conference drew crowds interested in playing the latest releases, creating their own games and even dressing up as their favorite characters.
Live: Attorney & DNA expert Barry Scheck at Syracuse University
Follow updates from DNA expert Barry Scheck's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Hendricks Chapel.
Syracuse introduces new bike infrastructure introduced on Comstock, Waverly avenues
The city will hold public meetings in early 2015 to evaluate the new traffic patterns near campus.
Student painting teams aim to finish Mural on Mount Steps in November
Painting began on Sept. 28, with two shifts of painters working on Sundays.
New SU student group strives to bring students to the heart of downtown
The Connective Corridor staff and students are working together to bridge the gap between campus and downtown Syracuse.
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