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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.
Hate Expires at second annual LGBTQ conference
The second annual LGBT conference at SU focused on important issues like bullying, HIV and providing support to the LGBT community but what it did crucially well was demonstrate the separation of church and hate.
Newhouse freshman leads FYP as 'The Wedding Singer'
SU theater group First Year Players performed its spring show in Goldstein Auditorium April 4-6.
From junior college stand-outs to Division 1 prospects
Junior transfer linebackers Josh Kirkland and Luke Arciniega look forward to the challenges of playing football at Division 1 level.
Ladies Arm Wrestling tournament encourages fierce competition (and attitudes) for a good cause
Several of Syracuse's toughest women bust out the brawn to benefit the Vera House.
Drew Allen joins a crowded quarterback competition
Even with the addition of former Oklahoma Sooner Drew Allen, the quarterback competition is far from over.
Orange blowout Bearcats with well-rounded performance
A 12-point first half performance helped No. 5 Syracuse decimate Cincinnati.
Cometti, Marasco rally Orange by Rutgers
Seniors Luke Cometti and JoJo Marasco helped the Orange outscore Rutgers, 7-1 in the fourth quarter for a 12-11 victory.
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.
Schoonmaker’s fourth-quarter tiebreaker helps Orange rally past Big Red
A back-and-forth battle between Central New York lacrosse powerhouses ended with an Orange victory in the Carrier Dome Wednesday night.
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.
SU women get the campus community giggling
Growing numbers of ladies are joining Syracuse University campus comedy organizations to bring on the laughs.
Community members join in debate about gun control
A debate hosted by the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, was held to allow students and community members to learn about both sides of the debate on gun control.
Louisville tops the college basketball world
The Cardinals mount the second-biggest comeback in NCAA Championship history to win its 16th game in a row and the one that matters most.
University Lecture Series Interview: David Henry Hwang
The award-winning playwright best known as the author of 'M. Butterfly,' spoke to The NewsHouse before his talk at Syracuse University.
Veterans embrace leadership role in 2013
Linebacker Marquis Spruill and wide receiver Jarrod West fill the leadship void on defense and offense.
Wide receivers show potential early in spring practice
The return of seniors Christopher Clark and Jarrod West, as well as some young talent, give SU some depth at the receiver position.
'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.
Game time at Chuck's brought amped up energy (and a few spilled drinks)
Commentary: Watching the Final Four game at the legendary campus bar creates lasting memories, despite the 'Cuse defeat.
Michigan marches to NCAA title game with a 61-56 victory over Syracuse
The Orange fade on college basketball's biggest stage, letting the chance slip away of returning Syracuse's first national championship since 2003.
Mic check: Wu-Tang Clan's GZA draws motley crew at The Westcott
Review: The founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan rolled out the classics at Westcott Theatre on Friday.
Atlanta's SU alumni paint the town Orange
Alumni, fans and students reveled in all things Syracuse at Hudson Grille on Friday, located in the center of the Final Four weekend events.
Bring on the Wolverines: SU prepares for Michigan in the Final Four
After running through the East region, the fourth-seeded Orange face the Michigan Wolverines, who won the South region.
Orange After Dark tournament gets SU students to dodge, dip, dive, duck -- and scream
The competitive, contact sport of dodgeball brings spirit to Syracuse University’s Flanagan Gym
SU officials work to open the discussion on sexual abuse on campus
Faculty members weigh in on the issue of sexual abuse on campus and work to get more of the campus involved in combating this issue.
Korean drum club member rises in the ranks to musical leader
As Carolyn Kim prepares for her Korean drumming group's campus performance Sunday, she also prepares to become the group's new leader.
Family bonds redshirt freshman Donahue to SU
Following in the footsteps of brother, father and three uncles, redshirt freshman attackman Dylan Donahue has helped the No. 8 Orange to a 6-2 start.
Final Four frenzy
The Orange are moving on to the Final Four. Here's a recap of the weekend's games and reactions for the fans.
Out with the old, in with the new
After losing multiple starters and coaches this offseason, Syracuse football looks to build on last years success with some familiar faces, including a friendly competition at quarterback.
Meal Plan Blues: SU overcharges students with certain meal plans
Crunching the numbers of the different Syracuse University meal plans reveals high prices, less food
Men's lacrosse wins 200th game in Carrier Dome
No. 9 cruised to a 17-5 victory over Canisius behind Rice and Maltz.
SNL vet Seth Meyers leaves sold-out SU crowd in stitches
The SNL head writer and comedian performed his own material, as well as some SNL favorites, in Goldstein Auditorium on Wednesday night.
The Black Reign Step Team to showcase Harlem Renaissance-themed performance
The campus club step team will hold its seventh annual performance, inspired by a cultural movement that changed African American identity in the United States.
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.
As awareness about gluten sensitivity grows, Syracuse University offers more options
Carly Shapiro struggled to go "g-free," but found a way to make her diet accommodate her lifestyle
Jukebox the Ghost plays intimate show in Schine Underground
Review: With openers Io Echo, indie rockers Jukebox the Ghost closed this semester's Bandersnatch shows on Tuesday.
National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson discusses light pollution
The veteran photographer spoke in Hendricks Chapel Tuesday about potentially harmful effects related to "vanishing nights."
Women's basketball team receives No. 7 seed in NCAA tournament
The Orange play No. 10 seed Creighton in the opening round of the Oklahoma City bracket.
National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson at Syracuse University
Richardson will present a talk on "Our Vanishing Night: Light Pollution," at 7:30 p.m. at Hendricks Chapel.
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.
Syracuse Catholic chaplain focuses on unity, peace, and helping students grow
The Rev. Linus DeSantis brings community-minded spirit to SU
Fourth-seeded Syracuse will play Montana in second round of NCAA tournament
A breakdown of No. 4 Syracuse's first game in the NCAA tournament against the No.13 Montana Grizzlies.
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