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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.
Educating young voters: America's next generation stresses importance of voting
While many young adults are ambivalent about voting, those at the polls discuss the impact and importance of Election Day.
SALT Makerspace brings maker culture to Syracuse
Syracuse alum creates a natural space for creative thinkers to collaborate on and build original and imaginative projects.
Hacking attempts on campus network prompt recommendations of password protection
With 30,000 systems on campus, ITS constantly tracks the network for intruders.
Before the votes are tallied, Election Day 2014
Democracy in Action students cover local, state and national races for the mid-term elections in Onondaga County.
Diversity and Transparency Rally unites protest movements on campus
The rally took place in front of Hendricks Chapel at 3:30 p.m. on Monday.
Shaw Center marks 20 years of leadership and engagement in Syracuse community
Literacy programs are among the center's earliest and largest.
Syracuse basketball: Freshman duo of Joseph, McCullough power Orange past Carleton
SU mounts a second-half comeback as new offensive weapons emerge.
Syracuse football: Late turnovers cost Orange important victory
After surrendering a second-half lead against N.C. State, SU must now win all of its remaining games to qualify for a bowl.
Students occupy Crouse-Hinds Hall through sit-in, demanding acknowledgment of listed concerns
About 40 students will spend the night in the building's lobby.
Suburban wildlife and missing body parts: A performance from the Hart
Review: Energetic comedian Kevin Hart visited Syracuse Nov. 2 for social media-centric afternoon film screening and an evening of manic stand-up.
Vegan vs. Paleo
Vegan and paleo diets are at opposite extremes, each with separate benefits and challenges.
Protests in Hong Kong hit home for exchange, study abroad students at SU
The Umbrella Movement began in Hong Kong in late September, as a response to changes to the electoral process there.
Artist grapples with life challenges through therapeutic art
A schoolteacher, landscape designer and painter, Brett Rewakowski creates art that help others cope with loss.
Maxwell School's 90th anniversary brings Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff to SU campus
Gen. Martin E. Dempsey spoke at the changing role of public service.
The Men Who Laugh: 5 evil clowns guaranteed to haunt your dreams
Our five favorite painted-up, gruesomely grinning, absolutely terrifying evil clowns who've made their way into pop culture over the past 25 years.
Laverne Cox discusses identity acceptance for Coming Out Month
The Orange Is the New Black actress spoke on Wednesday evening in Goldstein Auditorium.
13 Curves: A story of love and death
In this original silent film, a pair of ghosts teaches a living couple that love conquers all, including death.
Biking booms on the Hill, with SUNY ESF bike-lending program and plans in works at SU
More than 80 students signed up for SUNY ESF's bike library in the fall.
iSchool students partner with global technology company to create “hack-proof” security initiative
Known as Stealth, the still-developing technology will make the Internet go dark to hackers.
Multimedia artist Carrie Mae Weems discusses work in context of 60th birthday
Weems is the third speaker in the annual University Lectures series of Fall 2014.
Changing her body to match her gender
Freshman Dez Rivas plans to undergo surgery to alter her male physical appearance to fit her female identity.
Refocused SCSD programs aim for career readiness
Syracuse inner-city high schools strengthen programs to help students graduate with more than just a diploma.
Live: Storyteller Carrie Mae Weems at Syracuse University
Follow updates from artist Carrie Mae Weem's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Hendricks Chapel.
Talking to the dead: Artist's exhibit explores afterlife
Fernando Orellana's interactive artwork at the Everson Museum draws from ghost folklore.
iSchool entrepreneur to expand local tech startup to West Coast
After creating a successful tech startup in Syracuse, Andrew Farah aims to bring his company’s innovative technology to businesses in San Francisco.
Steak, seafood and Hot Pockets: A food-centric evening with Jim Gaffigan
The fleshy comic brought his love of food and his musings on being an American dad to Goldstein Auditorium Saturday night for an hourlong set of stand-up comedy.
Bill Clinton speaks at Syracuse airport in support of Dan Maffei
The 42nd President of the United States landed in Syracuse Friday to campaign for Maffei, who's up for re-election in New York's 24th congressional district.
Remembrance Week ends in rose laying ceremony, pledges to act forward
The emotional ceremony began at 2:03 p.m., the same time Pan Am 103 was bombed.
Living dead invade Tipperary Hill for Zombie Crawl
The nightlong event was structured like a bar crawl, except most of the attendees dressed as the undead.
Taking a chance at truth
She struggled to understand her emotions until she came to Syracuse University and learned about the transgender community.
Hashtag Lunchbag combines activism and social media
Syracuse students inspire others to give back by sharing their community service experience via social media.
Salt Market: The face of Syracuse’s burgeoning art scene
More vendors fill a larger venue for this year's Salt Market in downtown Syracuse.
SU commemorates 25th anniversary of fall of Berlin Wall with recreation on Crouse College lawn
The university is among the 43 U.S. schools participating in German Embassy-sponsored programming this week.
Syracuse football: Orange proves demonic for Wake Forest offense in victory
A pair of defensive touchdowns propels SU to its first conference victory.
Orange Madness kicks off Syracuse basketball season
The event featured scrimmages by both SU squads, along with a Legends Game, dunk contest, three-point contest and "selfie stations."
Red Cup Project draws attention to party culture, sustainability at SU
The solo cups that form the installations are made of a plastic that is not recyclable in Syracuse.
Coast To Cuse: An alum's cross-country journey
SU grad Josh Keefe biked across the country, recruiting potential law students along the way.
Eve Ensler of 'The Vagina Monologues' speaks on violence against women for University Lectures series
The activist has promoted change and education in more than 140 countries.
Fraternity brings distinctive women in media to share their success with the Syracuse community
Women of Distinction panelists were media standouts LaLa Vasquez, Loretta Divine and Iyanla Vanzant.
Delta Lambda Phi fraternity for gay, bisexual and progressive men recolonizes at SU
The fraternity disbanded in 2010 after originally coming to campus in 2004.
Childhood literacy program expands citywide
All Syracuse young children to receive books every month.
SU basketball stars Anthony, Grant and Carter-Williams make memorable return to the Dome
The trio journeyed back to Syracuse for an NBA exhibition game between the Knicks and 76ers.
GoldLink, Trippy Turtle innovative and electrify at first Bandersnatch show
Review: Charismatic rapper GoldLink matched the energy of electronic DJ Trippy Turtle at the semester's first small concert at Schine Underground.
Putting down the mask
One Syracuse University student finds truth in his identity as transgender.
Live: Playwright Eve Ensler at Syracuse University
Follow updates from playwright and activist Eve Ensler's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Hendricks Chapel.
Getting scared for a good cause
A local high school senior creates a haunted attraction to raise money for a charitable organization.
Tax Collection or Tax Seizure?
Common Council passes local law to collect back taxes on delinquent properties.
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