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Basketball preseasons kickoff with Midnight Madness
Syracuse University hosted its annual Midnight Madness event Friday, effectively kicking off the 2011-12 seasons for the men's and women's basketball teams in an event that certainly didn't disappoint.
A bittersweet evening at The Lost Horizon
Polar Bear Club bids farewell to touring comrades, says hello to hometown stage
Syracuse football: Midseason report
Midway through the 2011 football season, Syracuse sits in prime position for another bowl-worthy season.
Demetri Martin strums out jokes for SU
Review: The stand-up comedian filled Goldstein Auditorium with laughter at his uncommon, but clever, comedic style.
Quidditch season takes off
The Syracuse quidditch season kicked off this past weekend with a loss against RIT. But their spirits remain sky high, even though they can't fly on those broomsticks.
Sedaris delivers laughs during Syracuse talk
Best-selling author David Sedaris engages a Syracuse University audience with his satirical humor and real-life experiences.
Mercury more widespread in Great Lakes than thought
Representatives from a team of more than 170 scientists, including SU Professor Charles Driscoll, announced their Great Lakes mercury study findings on Tuesday.
Live: Author David Sedaris at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the popular humorist's sold-out 6 p.m. talk at Goldstein Auditorium.
SU alum gets into the art world
Museum studies graduate Chris Battaglia becomes interim curator at the Community Folk Art Center.
Recipe for success
A local bakery finds a niche in Syracuse University's catering services with their varied cupcakes.
Running out the clock: Week 6 edition
News and notes from Syracuse's 37-34 victory against Tulane.
One man and his 20-digit orchestra
Review: Keller Williams put on a show Friday, literally. His creative and diverse one-man jam band had the crowd on their feet, craving for more.
You taught us to dream big
Steve Jobs taught me how to not be scared to dream big. I have learned to not fear failure, but to always try to innovate throughout my career.
Defensive line stands tall without Jones
Despite the loss of Chandler Jones, the defensive end corps continues to make big plays. Now, as Jones returns to the practice field, the unit looks to become the strength of the Syracuse defense.
Reclaiming the nation
The Nation editor Katherine vanden Heuvel advocates for citizens retaking the government at Syracuse University's second University Lecture.
Live: The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel at SU
Follow updates from the political magazine editor and publisher 7:30 p.m. talk at Hendricks Chapel.
Janelle Monae charges up at Campus Consciousness Tour
Review: Campus Consciousness Tour headliner Janelle Monae electrifies Cornell University on a rainy Sunday night.
Syracuse falls to Rutgers in 2OT
Missteps and mistakes rule the day for Syracuse football as the team drops its first game in Big East Conference play, 19-16.
Injuries plague football team
As Syracuse prepares to start conference play against Rutgers Saturday, the program needs to deal with a laundry list of injuries.
Brought into light
Maria Hinojosa, the first speaker for this year's University Lectures Series, brings Latino issues out of the dark.
Live: Maria Hinojosa at Syracuse University
Follow updates from 'Latino USA' host's 7:30 p.m. talk at Hendricks Chapel.
Street art moves indoors
Painters bring West Coast graffiti-style art to The Warehouse Gallery.
SU football survives Toledo offense
Toledo pushed Syracuse to the brink of an upset Saturday, but the Orange secured the victory in overtime, 33-30.
The Turnt Up Tour gets loud
Review: The tour, featuring DJ Paper Diamond, hit Westcott Theater Friday night.
'A Few Good Men' overcomes opening night jitters
Review: Aaron Sorkin's play, performed by Not Another Theater Company, lives up to its name.
Lemon returns to forefront of offense
Last season, Alec Lemon wasn’t regarded as much of an offensive weapon, but he’s doing his part early in the 2011 campaign to reassert himself as the best in the Orange arsenal.
SU fails to handle USC passing game
The Syracuse football team could not stop the Trojans aerial attack, losing, 38-17.
Local cafe gets its wheels rolling
Owners of the Mello Velo Bicycle Shop on Westcott Street expand their business to include a coffee shop.
The Jam must go on
University Union partners with Better Together for 9/11 Juice Jam show featuring B.o.B, Avicii and Chiddy Bang. Annual concert rakes in highest numbers yet.
SU and community members reflect on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 tragedy with a Service of Remembrance and Hope.
SU starts 2-0 for first time since 1999
The Orange start slow once again, but survive visiting Rhode Island to stay undefeated.
'The Lion King' comes to life in Syracuse
Review: The hit Broadway musical stages a four-week run at the Crouse Hinds Theater in Syracuse.
Surf-rocking to a new school year
Review: Best Coast opens the semester at Westcott Theater with Syracuse acts Animal Pants and Sarah Aument.
Syracuse reflects a decade after 9/11
Students, alumni and citizens give an oral history of their experience with 9/11, and how they have risen above fear.
Fist pumping after dark
Even without any Situation or Snooki lookalikes, an alcohol-free, "Jersey Shore"-themed party sponsored by Orange After Dark draws a small crowd to the dance floor.
Syracuse pulls off shocker in home opener
The Orange struggles early, but finds its rhythm to come back against Wake Forest in overtime.
Marching right along
The Syracuse University Marching Band spends several days before the start of fall semester to train acclimate new members to life behind the end zone.
I know what you did last summer: SU style
The sun may have set on summer but SU students had plenty of stories to share from their vacation on the first day of classes.
Back to the hill
SU students start the fall semester with challenges, enthusiasm and sunglasses.
Hurricane Irene affects students' travel plans
The massive storm that hit the Northeast causes delays and dilemmas as students tried to make their way back to Syracuse.
Homecoming at the State Fair with The Scarlet Ending
The Syracuse-based band returns home to play the opening day of the Fair at Chevy Court.
Anthony Green gets up close and personal at Funk 'N Waffles
Review: The Circa Survive front man teamed up with Good Old War to play for a sell-out crowd Saturday night at Funk 'N Waffles.
Exploring Syracuse's roots
Check out more than 50 video stories about Central New York originals.
Steering away from texting while driving
Citizens and local police advocating for education on driving distractions are endorsing New York's new ban.
Shakespeare revisits Syracuse
The Syracuse Shakespeare Festival brings the playwright's work to Syracuse University students
Focus on off-field troubles at football media day
Only one week removed from two offseason incidents, Doug Marrone addresses both issues as well as his team's 2011 goals at SU's annual media day.
Sweating over Zumba
Take an in depth look at Zumba, the popular group exercise program.
Downtown mural to resurrect memories of canal
Volunteers from 40 Below are working on a mural spanning two blocks to remind people of the impact the Erie Canal once had on the Salt City.
Some Girls Boutique: Every Girl's Dream Come True
Owner Margaret Partyka talks about her passion for fashion, and what looks are in for the spring and summer.
Christian punks Underoath play up older material
Review: Underoath and others light up Westcott Theater with heavy metal, strobing lights and projected video amps of energy.
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