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Gamers young and old flock to the third annual RetroGameCon
RetroGameCon, a convention celebrating legendary video games, charmed thousands at their largest venue yet, the New York State Fairgrounds.
NAACP Blacktivism Conference brings social-justice awareness to campus, features activists
The Syracuse University chapter of the NAACP hosted a conference for those looking to become better activists and more aware of the plight of Black people in America.
Orange women's ice hockey slides to 5-2 loss versus Cornell
"It's always hard when the first one goes in, especially on the first shot a minute into the game", Orange goalie Jenn Gilligan said after the loss.
Syracuse football falls to No. 1 Clemson 37-27
The Orange gave the top-ranked Clemson Tigers its best shot, but in the end it wasn’t enough.
Orange men's basketball wins season opener
The Lehigh Mountain Hawks made a push towards the end, but it was too little too late.
Biden visit brings the White House to the Hill
The arrival of the Vice President and his Secret Service detail generates excitement among students and faculty.
Biden delivers simple message to SU crowd: 'It's on us' to end sexual assault
Vice President Joe Biden brought his fight to end violence against women to Goldstein Auditorium on Thursday.
Bring Your Own Vinyl Night draws disc jockeys and music lovers alike
Bring Your Own Vinyl Night, a weekly event at Funk 'N Waffles, draws students and community members to try out a new way of listening to music.
Personable owner, great food keeps customers coming back to Lady Bug Lunch Box
The downtown food stand, which has been running for over 10 years, was recently named the best food truck in Syracuse.
Author Kate Harding takes on rape culture with her book 'Asking for It'
Her speech at Newhouse on Monday was the first of this week's "It's on Us" events.
Discussion on sexual assault focuses on educating students
The conversation highlighted the need to spread awareness about campus resources and to provide education that is inclusive of all gender identities and sexual orientations.
New Pop-Up Market promotes student makers
Design to Table sells products made by Syracuse University students in Marshall Square Mall.
How to make a zine for the Zine Swap
Create and publish a zine, also known as a mini magazine, in time for the Zine Swap Saturday at Light Work.
Syracuse herbalist concocts tonics to prep bodies for winter
Central New York herbalist Deb Thorna makes natural products to lessen the chances of getting sick during cold weather.
Orange sharp shooting on target against Florida Southern
The men's basketball team hosted another exhibition game at the Carrier Dome on Sunday versus a Division II squad.
CNY Arts and Everson’s “On My Own Time” exhibit allows recreational artists to thrive
Amateur artists' work was featured at the Everson Museum to reflect that art done as a hobby is still art nonetheless.
SU-based art collective puts on Generation XX themed art exhibit
Girl on Girl, a Syracuse feminist art collective founded in 2012, organized an exhibit focusing on the influence of past and present generations.
To combat veteran suicide, the stigma must end
As Veterans Day approaches, local workers aim to help with the ongoing sacrifice veterans are making.
Students bask in November sunshine
The campus community reacts to the unseasonably warm weather in the past two days.
Raury and Demo Taped sell out last Bandersnatch Concert of the semester
University Union’s indie concert series brings artists wise beyond their years.
Men's soccer shuts out N.C. State in first round of ACC tournament
Orange to travel to Chapel Hill in quarter-finals, seeking revenge for a come-from-behind loss earlier in the season.
Cat lovers crazy for local artist's whimsical cat paintings
Cindy Schmidt paints colorful, cranky cats for her Cranky Cat Collection.
Best-selling author Naomi Klein thinks 'transition is coming' in fight against climate change
In the last University Lecture of 2015, Klein urged students to continue to act as part of a global network of social justice.
Syracuse rout Le Moyne in first men's basketball exhibition game, 97-58
The Orange came out of the off-season ripe and ready for action.
Sculptor makes art for human prosthetics
SU junior Kate Browse delves into the process of making medical prosthetics by creating a plaster mold of her face.
Making good on a Halloween costume
Photo essay: Senior Drew Osumi explores the motivations and inspiration for students' Halloween attire.
Greek or Treat draws over 100 Syracuse children
The annual Halloween event pairs local children with SU student "bigs" for Halloween-centered activities.
For Remembrance Scholars, connections and legacies run deeper than just one week
Three of the 2015 Remembrance Scholars reflect on the victims of the Pan Am 103 bombing they have chosen to represent.
Where do you fall in the haunted house pack?
From the Alpha to the Courageous Lion, our reporter explains four distinctly different personalities for Halloween thrillseekers.
Dear Straight People poetry slam draws upon important, emotional topics
The LGBT Resource Center hosted four poets at "Dear Straight People," the keynote event for Coming Out Month.
Top anthology horror movie picks for your Halloweekend
For those who like their horror films in small bites, or love to binge watch, we suggest classic anthology horror movies to watch this Halloween.
Mothers of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown urge students to speak up about racial inequality
The women were joined by CNN's Fredricka Whitfield and Sunny Hostin and attorney Benjamin Crump, who all called for better media representation of black shooting victims.
Show off your #CuseCostumes
Congrats to our Halloween #CuseCostumes winners who will be heading to see MythBusters!
'The Producers' keeps new and returning audiences laughing with lovable story and cast
Review: The Tony-winning show comes to the Syracuse OnCenter, where the magic of the original Broadway show shines through despite script changes.
Zombie Ball brings undead to life
Halloween came early for guests at the Zombie Ball this weekend.
Syracuse homecoming spoiled by last-second loss to Pittsburgh
“Football’s a game of inches,” head coach Scott Shafer said. “It’s one play here, one play there that can determine the outcome of a ball game and we saw that.”
Polk and Cross lead Syracuse come-from-behind victory over North Carolina State
"We had to change the game around in the last 17 minutes," head coach Ian McIntyre said.
'Broad City' meets the Salt City
Comedy Central stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson crack up the crowd at Goldstein Auditorium.
Darius Rucker rocks Syracuse Oncenter
Country music stars Darius Rucker, Cam and David Nail stopped in Syracuse on their Southern Style Tour.
Orange obliterate rival RIT Tigers 7-1, Improve to 3-3-0
Sophomore forward Stephanie Grossi's hat-trick headed a revenge-fueled Orange performance Wednesday night at the Tennity Ice Pavilion.
Welcome to the future: A look at 'Back to the Future Part II' today
See how far we've come since Doc and Marty McFly were sent to the future in Robert Zemeckis’ 'Back to the Future Part II.'
Revenge is sweet for No. 1 Orange
After losing to Wake Forest in last season's ACC Championship, Syracuse came to the field Saturday afternoon with only one thing on mind: Victory.
Breakaway decides No. 16 Syracuse vs. No. 4 Clemson
Syracuse men's soccer head coach Ian McIntyre: "Every game ends in 90 minutes, but to conceive in the final minute is a tough one."
Joe Lynch buddies up to Syracuse with midnight marathon of horror films
SU alum talks industry, screens his own work plus a frightening favorite at the Syracuse International Film Festival
Fun for all at Orange Madness
Orange Nation got its first glimpse of the 2015-16 men's and women's basketball teams.
'New York Times' columnists talk racial inequality
The third University Lecture of the semester featured Charles Blow and Ross Douthat, who spoke about modern issues and politics of race in America.
Orange After Dark Paint Nite event allows students to channel inner Picasso
Students got creative at Paint Nite, a painting party Orange After Dark hosted on Friday.
Black Artist League encourages students to raise awareness of, emphasize black art
The group hosted an artist social Thursday, where students presented their art and talent.
Local artist Reina Apraez debuts romantic artwork at Pastabilities
Syracuse-based artist Reina Apraez hosted her solo gallery reception “Romance; Borrowed Verses; Fantastic Death," commenting on how she finds death quirky.
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.
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