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Author, Iraq War veteran kicks off 2014 Syracuse Symposium lineup
Award-winning author Kevin Powers will open the annual series at 7 p.m. Thursday in Watson Theatre.
Professor encourages healthy eating, self-reliance through small business
After launching Make Fresh Foods in July, local entrepreneur Nancy Rissler looks toward the future of her recipe-based business.
Sweet Basil Thai House moves to Marshall Street
The Thai and Vietnamese restaurant relocated from Mattydale to former Cosmos spot on Friday.
Juice Jam 2014: Nothing Short of Magical
In the final hurrah before classes pick up pace, music lovers came together for good music, good company and good times.
Dillon Francis, Schoolboy Q rock sold-out Juice Jam
Review: Juice Jam's 10th anniversary concert features a wide variety of musical artists.
The Great New York State Fair-well to Summer
The fair ran for 12 days and captured an array of the Empire State's culture from livestock, to Native American Heritage, to fried tasty treats.
Men's soccer: Orange thrashes St. Mary's, wins CNY Classic
Goals from Ekblom, Murrell and Perea lead SU to second victory.
Opening fright: Syracuse squeaks past Villanova
Orange wins bizarre game on touchdown pass by Riley Dixon in double overtime.
Sean Hickey a leader on and off field for Syracuse football
Elected as SU team captain, the fifth-year senior will be a key piece of the Orange's improved offensive attack.
Refugees watching the Iraqi divide from afar
Middle Eastern refugees in Syracuse worry about Iraqi relatives living in the violence back home.
Gorham brothers’ store offers local musicians friendly vibes, eclectic gear
The Syracuse music shop, owned by three siblings, prepares to expand to a new space in October.
SU students return to Princeton Review's top-ranked party school
The No. 1 party school status elicits mixed reactions ranging from raves about positive party experiences to concerns about what the new title will mean.
Goon Squad helps freshmen class of 3,500 settle into dorms
The 70-year-old SU tradition has shifted from ensuring freshman wore identifying beanies to helping them move their belongings from packed cars to residence halls.
Media day kicks off Syracuse football season
Orange players and head coach Scott Shafer expecting improved offense and win total.
Baking together, one croissant at a time
The co-owners of Picasso’s Pastries and Cafe partner to offer from-scratch goods for the Westcott community.
Perfect Pussy make a racket in Rochester
Review: The near homecoming for Syracuse's premier bands put on a powerful display of punk at Bug Jar that shouldn't be dismissed as noisy.
Meet your motivated neighbor
UP Start Syracuse is helping make dreams come true for seven local entrepreneurs. Discover why their business ideas are passions, not just plans.
Finding his own way
Scotty Fura and his family are determined to move forward after a tragic accident to the Camillus boy.
Student's pottery makes connections to the past and future
A ceramics graduate student's work reflects his Southern roots, travels and passions.
Tapping into the sweet legacy of maple syrup
Every spring, Howard LaFever faithfully harvests sap from 400 sugar maple trees in Morrisville.
Graduating VPA fashion design majors go out with a bang
Commentary: This year's fashion students revealed their senior collections to a packed Goldstein Auditorium.
Enterprising mechanical engineering grad sets sail toward success
Anthony DiMare developed a collapsible sailboat aimed at getting city dwellers on the water.
So close: Syracuse falls to Maryland in national championship game
The Orange women's lacrosse team rallied late, but couldn't overcome a slow start against the Terrapins in a 15-12 loss.
One away: Syracuse throttles Virginia to reach national championship game
Kayla Treanor and Alyssa Murray combined for 10 goals to power the Orange in a 16-8 victory.
160th Commencement marks a new beginning for more than 5,000 SU and SUNY-ESF graduates
On graduation day, students reflected on their college accomplishments and look toward their future beyond the Hill.
What has Syracuse given you?
Commentary: SU to thank for helping graduates learn, grow as people.
SU clobbers Colgate, confidently heads into NCAA Tournament
The Orange men's lacrosse team started strong and cruised to a 19-6 win over the Raiders.
SU seniors push Orange past Greyhounds in overtime
Alyssa Murray scored eight points on four goals and four assists, while Liz Harbeson sealed the victory over Loyola in overtime.
SU Drama's "Spring Awakening" demands to be seen
Review: The production of the 2006 Tony Award-winning rock musical closes the university's season with creative daring.
Mayfest 2014: Festival Fashion
Wildflowers out there, rejoice!
Students win big at Tweet & Seek 2014
Our fifth annual social media trivia contest offered awesome prizes for NewsHouse followers and fans.
A stacked set: Zedd and 2 Chainz rock Block Party 2014
Pairing the EDM artist and rapper provided plenty of audio ammunition Friday at the annual year-end concert.
Mayfest 2014: #Cusechella comes to Walnut Park
Joywave, Pierce Fulton and A$AP Ferg bring music and excitement to this year's installment of SU's year-end extravaganza.
Students eat, drink and celebrate the end of the semester at Mayfest
Whether it was their first or last time at the annual event, SU students enjoyed the warm weather and festivities on Walnut Park.
Anderson Cooper on "finding your bliss"
The CNN anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent shared his experiences as a reporter abroad and gave advice to students in the audience.
Shuttle driver doubles as storyteller
Robert McNeill, who drives both the Shuttle 44 and the Shuttle U Home, talks about his different experiences transporting people late at night.
Offense wins Spring Game, 34-27
Austin Wilson, one of four quarterbacks to play Saturday, scored two second-half touchdowns to push the Offense past the defense.
Syracuse Opera's "Porgy and Bess" is a soulful celebration
On the cusp of its 40th anniversary, the Syracuse Opera's concert performance of the classic American opera brings communal jubilation and joy.
SU unveils three new uniforms for 2014-2015 season
Football players will alternate between all-blue, all-white or all-grey uniforms throughout next year.
Relay for Life honors cancer fighters and survivors
More than 1,000 students attended the 12th annual overnight event at Syracuse University, which raised $81,000 for research.
Training builds confidence for first-time bodybuilding competitor
Sophomore Peggy Pappas has been working out six days per week and adhering to a very strict diet plan before this Saturday's Kentucky Muscle event.
Funk N' Waffles to get new location in Armory Square
New downtown location looks to book bigger bands and add alcohol to the menu alongside famous waffles.
Kent Syverud inaugurated as new SU chancellor
Syracuse University officially installed its 12th president in a day full of activities and orange spirit.
Syracuse Stage's The Glass Menagerie examines the fragility of family
Review: Nearing the 70 year anniversary of its premiere, Tennessee Williams' play is still just as potent and powerful in this regional production.
Step into the sun: Transition into springtime with these in-between-seasons fashion tips
Nice weather never comes fast enough in Central New York. Look fresh as a daisy but keep warm this Spring with these transitional weather fashion tips.
Danny Brown unearths the Underground
Danny Brown brought his patented blend of hip-hop to the Schine Underground in the second installment of the Bandersnatch Concert Series.
Max Greenfield of 'New Girl' talks Schmidt, life and your 20s
Star of FOX's 'New Girl' visits SU, gives Q&A with students.
Live: Author Diane Ravitch at Syracuse University
Follow updates from author Diane Ravitch's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
Bye-bye buses, hello app-driven car service
New SUber company promises "Fair Fares" that also will eliminate long waits for campus buses.
Style Lottery turns Hall of Languages into walk-in closet for the afternoon
Style Lottery, a philanthropic fashion event, gives shoppers an opportunity to swap five old items of clothing for "new" wardrobe items from the closets of other attendees.
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