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Syracuse Snarl brings horror movie characters to life on the runway
The Halloween spirit is in the air with Syracuse Fashion Week's third Snarl fashion show.
Rip the Runway fashion show represents variety of cultures through clothing
A student-run fashion show displayed garments based on various traditional cultures with a modern twist.
Feminist Friday showcases female-fronted rock from across New York state
Jessica Posner, a Syracuse University professor and "riot-grrl" singer, hosts a feminist rock showcase to counteract a local music scene dominated by men.
X Ambassadors and Tribe Society electrify Schine Underground for first Bandersnatch concert
University Union kicked off its Bandersnatch concert series with alternative rock bands Tribe Society and X Ambassadors on Oct. 7.
Writer Cheryl Strayed visits alma mater to discuss ‘Wild’ in Hendricks Chapel
New York Times best-selling author talks life, writing, and the everyday struggles of being human.
Ice Hockey loses season opener to No. 5 Clarkson
Maybe it was rust, but the Golden Knights simply outplayed the Orange.
Syracuse-area man looks to move past heroin addiction
A Central New York man recounts his struggle with heroin addiction and staying sober.
Syracuse lacks resources, investments for young women entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs of this demographic in Syracuse feel overlooked by resources available to others.
My Lucky Tummy features local fare from 5 foreign countries for its main fall event
Chefs take part in the My Lucky Tummy event, which allows five amateur chefs to share a favorite meal from their homeland with the community. This year's event took place Saturday and tickets sold out.
Field hockey: Orange remain undefeated; claim No. 1 spot
After a dominant weekend, the SU field hockey team jumped Connecticut in the national poll to get to No. 1
Pianist Leon Fleisher performs and discusses his work at first University Lecture in Hendricks Chapel
The pianist overcame injury to his right hand and found a passion for teaching music.
The Internet plays sold-out show at Funk ‘N Waffles downtown
OFWGKTA band The Internet played its first Syracuse show to a packed house at Funk 'N Waffles downtown, and the group has hopes to return.
LadyFest Syracuse celebrates feminism and all genders in second annual event
LadyFest Syracuse, a one-day mini festival dedicated to feminism provides a space for female-empowered creativity and expression.
First Successful Business Women Awards brings attention to women’s influence
Her Heartbeat honors 13 women who have made significant impact in areas like education, social services, technology, health care and more.
2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship comes to a close at Carrier Dome
Canada beat the Iroquois National team 12-8 to win gold. They've never lost a game in the tournament's history.
Spring Street Family Band performs in unique rock style at Rochester Dinosaur Bar-B-Que
Syracuse locals, the Spring Street Family Band, rocks central New York venues on its way up.
SU able to keep up, but fall to #8 LSU
The Tigers' running-back and Heisman hopeful Leonard Fournette was the difference maker.
Soccer stars Ben Polk hat-trick as the Orange beat Pitt 5-0
Friday night featured deadly SU crosses, volleys and shots as the offense took full advantage of an overwhelmed Panthers team.
Kenan Thompson brings laughs and nostalgia to Goldstein auditorium
Review: SNL star shares stories from the past and present in "An Evening with SNL's Kenan Thompson."
"Three Graces" make debut at Everson Museum Opening Night
"Three Graces: Polly Apfelbaum, Tony Feher and Carrie Moyer" made their appearance at the Everson Museums Opening Night reception where the three artists discussed the meanings behind their work.
Latino Heritage Month speaker embraces identity and offers encouragement to students
Syracuse University alumna Janel Martinez returned to speak about her experiences at the Newhouse School and in the media industry as an Afro-Latina woman.
A full house for Empty Bowls
The annual Empty Bowls fundraiser produces 600 ceramic bowls sold at $20 a piece to benefit the Interreligious Food Consortium of Syracuse, N.Y.
Not So Cheesy
Syracuse native Jarred Vryhof fills the need for healthy, cruelty-free food options, one block of cheese at a time.
Passion Pit and Robert DeLong electrify student crowd at Cornell’s 2015 homecoming concert
Cornell students put down their homework to turn up for the last event in a weekend-long celebration.
Syracuse foils Chippewas' come-back to win in overtime, 30-27
Central Michigan overcame a 14-point second-half deficit but could only muster a field goal in overtime before allowing Syracuse's game-winning touchdown.
Syracuse Style fashion show entertains crowds at fifth annual event
The fashion week vibe is in the air as designers and enthusiasts get together for the Syracuse Style fashion show in Armory Square on Thursday.
Barefoot astronomer shares passion with stargazers
Amateur astronomer known as "Barefoot Bob" educates locals during monthly astronomy events across Central New York.
Syracuse businesses commence Fashion Week with live window models
Businesses from all over Syracuse styled and decorated windows at the iconic Landmark Theatre, creating stylish fantasies featuring live models.
Big Sean, Matt and Kim and others rally through the rain at Juice Jam 2015
Though the weather was undesirable, both performers and students jammed through for an unforgettable Sunday Funday at Juice Jam 2015.
Key plays enough for the Orange to break away from Wake Forest, 30-17
Freshman quarterback Eric Dungey did just enough to help his team, but it was the Orange defense that stood out.
Men's Soccer battle with Louisville ends in draw
The first ACC match of the season concluded as a 1-1 tie with the Louisville Cardinals.
Campus display honors victims of Sept. 11 attacks
College Republicans staked dozens of American flags on the lawn between the Schine Student Center and Newhouse School.
Syracuse woman turns her hobby into a successful business
Syracuse woman finds creative ways to reuse old, unwanted items.
Orange lose QB Hunt en route to season-opening victory
Syracuse football’s 47-0 win over Rhode Island is marred by the Achilles injury of senior quarterback Terrel Hunt.
Miranda Lambert headlines the premiere of the Lakeview Amphitheater
Somethin' Bad: Miranda Lambert brings somethin' great to brand new Lakeview Amphitheater stage and sets the bar high for future performers.
Seen at the New York State Fair
Photographers explore the the New York State Fairgrounds in search of moments and images that capture the annual event.
First day feelings
Students on the quad shared their feelings as the first day of classes for the 2015-16 academic year kicked off.
SU football gains military values at Fort Drum
For the fourth consecutive year, players and coaches have the opportunity to interact with soldiers during pre-season training.
Food Recovery Network chapter donates thousands of pounds of campus food
Every day dozens of students recover uneaten food from dining halls on Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF campuses to give to shelters in the community.
Gymnastics coach inspires students for more than 50 years
Well into his seventies, Walter Dodge continues to teach gymnastics to Syracuse University students.
Students behind music of Crouse College chimes
Nine Chimemasters play the Crouse College chimes three times a day, a Syracuse University tradition that began in the late 1800s.
Challenges don't strap Syracuse leather craftsman
Ralph Minnifield discovered his passion for leather crafting after retirement. And, he won't let any obstacles stop him from his work.
Lambda Phi Epsilon emerges as new Asian American fraternity at SU
After a hazing scandal that rocked Nu Alpha Phi, another Asian Greek organization rises to prominence hoping to leave a lasting impression on the campus.
Commencement closes SU's year with celebrations and calls for curiosity
Award-winning poet Mary Karr and others aim to inspire more than 6,000 SU and SUNY-ESF graduates, their families and supporters on Sunday.
The Stickmaker of Onondaga Nation
Stickmaker and lacrosse player Alf Jacques carves world-renowned sticks for players using the tools in his Onondaga Nation shop.
SU takes initiative to promote health and wellness across campus
For the fourth annual Wellness Week, Syracuse University services and organizations collaborate to put on a week of events that promote physical, nutritional and holistic health.
Red Cup Project displays installation made of Solo cups on quad
The display came after a design competition in which the winning design planned to create spherical shapes out of the red Solo cups.
Rep. John Katko speaks on forensic science and national security at Maxwell
The congressman said forensic science is key to defending national security.
University Lecture series announces 2015-2016 lineup including 'Wild' author and 'Serial' creators
This upcoming year marks the 15th season of the SU campus speaker series and will bring a musician and authors, among others.
Architecture student sells more than 200 designer handbags to help pay for school
Architecture student Victoria Hughes has turned the process of buying and re-selling handbags into a way of making money.
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