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SU stymied by Georgia Tech offense and defense, falls 56-0
The Orange had no answer on defense for the Yellow Jackets triple option offense and couldn't respond with any offense, leading to the blowout loss.
The madness begins early as SU men's and women's basketball officially begins
The two squads displayed what each respective team will look like the annual Orange Madness. The event officially kicks off the start of the college basketball season.
Girls of 'SNL' bring laughs to Goldstein
Kate McKinnon and Vanessa Bayer of 'Saturday Night Life' performed in Goldstein Auditorium on Wednesday, an event sponsored by University Union.
'Hello, Dolly' takes audience to simpler times
Review: The touring production of Broadway hit 'Hello, Dolly' features over-the-top, endearing performances and classic tunes audiences have grown to know and love.
SU cross country prepares for biggest meet of the season
After struggling with the loss of many of last year's top runners, the men's and women's cross country team think they can rebound in 2013, starting with the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational.
SU Drama's season opener 'Seussical' sets bar high
Review: Between the talented cast, creative costumes and colorful lighting design, SU Drama presented a highly entertaining production of this fun musical.
Fifty years of Honors at SU
The Renee Crown Honors program, founded by English literature chairwoman Mary Marshall in 1963, celebrates 50th Anniversary this year.
SU student receives makeover on hit TV series 'Project Runway'
Art history junior Stephanie Breed was chosen as a 'super fan,' and received a makeover from a 'Project Runway' designer for an episode that aired in mid-September.
Pan Am lives remembered during Rose Laying Ceremony
Remembrance Scholars and community members place roses on the Wall of Remembrance to commemorate lives lost in Pan Am 103 Flight.
'Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson' gives rock opera history lesson
Review: The Red House's 'Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson' offers pertinent satire in the form of fun, self-indulgent rock songs.
Neighborhood Guide: Armory Square
Next up on the Syracuse neighborhood guide is Armory Square. The heart of downtown Syracuse, this district has plenty to eat, drink, see, do and shop.
Actor Brian Dennehy spends evening at Syracuse
Video: The veteran actor sat down with The NewsHouse before his lecture and performance in the Hergenhan Auditorium to discuss his career and the state of the acting industry.
Light Work celebrates 40th anniversary with special exhibit
Review: '40 Artists / 40 Years' features one photograph to represent each year the Light Work gallery has been open.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Kushner talks literature and politics
The Syracuse University Lecture Series kicked-off its 2013-2014 season on Tuesday with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, screenwriter and author Tony Kushner.
Remembrance Scholars reflect on 25th anniversary of Pan Am Flight 103
This year marks the 25h anniversary of the Pan Am Flight 103, which killed 35 Syracuse University students.
Live: Playwright Tony Kushner at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the award-winning writer's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
In their shoes
Video: The Syracuse University class of 1963, celebrating its Golden Reunion this year, offers advice to current students and this year's graduating class.
Orange lose big in first football ACC game
Syracuse could not contain the potent offense of No. 3 Clemson. Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins torched the Orange in a 49-14 thrashing Saturday afternoon.
Westcott Theater hosts two-day Flux Pavilion residency
Q&A: Flux Pavilion, who completed his first ever two-day residency on Oct. 3, sat down with The NewsHouse to talk about how he got where is and where he's going from here.
Five distinguished alumni presented with prestigious Arents Award
Five distinct professionals with five very different careers were each awarded with an Arents Award on Friday.
Twenty One Pilots plays intimate show in Goldstein
Review: Despite the disconnect between Twenty One Pilots and opener Travi$ Scott, University Union's Homecoming concert offered a fun night of music for a small crowd.
Local women pursue dream of creating inspirational magazine
Victoria Coit and Vanessa Campbell hope to launch "Salt of the Earth," or "S.O.T.E. Magazine," in a full website by the end of 2013.
Onondaga Lake Park expo promotes traditional Native American lacrosse
The first annual Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Expo featured exhibition lacrosse games, Native American craft vendors, stick-making demonstrations, and social dancing.
Combat Paper returns to ArtRage Gallery
Combat Paper Redux encourages creative expression to help veterans cope with war experiences.
Mushroomhead brings 20th anniversary tour to The Lost Horizon
Review: Mushroomhead played at The Lost Horizon on Friday with five opening bands for a long, loud night of metal.
Orange Central event schedule to offer concerts, talks and more
Homecoming 2013 kicks off this week with events, lectures, food and fun for the entire SU community, past and present.
Cavaliers smother Orange in 2-0 defeat
Syracuse could not contain Virginia and were outplayed across the board.
Norwegian duo makes instant impact on the soccer pitch
Moving to America was difficult for freshman Emil Ekblom and Oyvind Alseth; but sharing a country, language and soccer helped them become playmakers for the Orange.
Syracuse ACC woes continue with loss to Clemson
Miscommunication and other problems contributed to a 1-0 loss at home.
'Blithe Spirit' starts slow, ends strong
Review: Syracuse Stage's production of 'Blithe Spirit' drags through Act 1 but bursts into hilarity when the action picks up.
SU shoots past UMass in 3-0 victory
Orange players on all sides of the ball contributed in the shutout victory over the Minutemen.
Film festival draws attention to human rights issues
The 11th annual Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival will feature five films that tackle human rights issues.
One Lithuanian volleyball player's journey from silent teammate to positive playmaker
Once too scared to speak to her teammates, Lithuanian-born Monika Salkute now embraces a new family and a new home on the Syracuse women's volleyball team.
DJ Spooky's CRAVE performance disappoints
Review: The multimedia artist struggled to find the balance between concert and lecture Saturday at his Goldstein Auditorium performance for the CRAVE Arts Festival.
CRAVE arts festival takes over Syracuse
Everything from flash mobs to spoken word poetry were featured in a two-day arts festival that took place at Syracuse University, along the Connective Corridor and in downtown Syracuse.
SU wins 700th football game in blowout against Tulane
Quarterback Terrel Hunt was responsible for five touchdowns and the special teams forced four turnovers as the Orange dominated in a 52-17 victory over the Green Wave.
Apple-picking season is ripe in Central New York
With fall in full swing, some CNY apple growers suggest that consumers plan apple-picking visits based on his or her favorite apple.
Recap: the hottest trends from the Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week
Missed fashion week? No worries. Here's the recap from the 2014 Spring collection here and find out what you should be wearing when the snow finally melts.
New Miss America fulfills her own platform of celebrating diversity
Fayetteville's Nina Davuluri's completes her pageant journey to become the first Indian-American Miss America.
Syracuse artists show off style at the Westcott Street Cultural Fair
Thousands turned out to experience the multi-cultural offerings of the Westcott Street Cultural Fair, which is celebrating its 22nd year.
Neighborhood Guide: Westcott
Get to know Syracuse, one neighborhood at a time. Up first: Westcott; from pretty parks to several restaurants to organized bike rides, there is plenty to eat, drink, see, do and shop when you tour through Syracuse's "hipster-ville."
Fight night in Syracuse
Amateur mixed martial arts fighters took to the caged arena at The OnCenter Crouse Hinds Theater.
Hunt, defense impresses in SU blowout victory
Terrel Hunt took over for Drew Allen early in SU's 54-0 victory over Wagner and immediately breathed life into a hapless Syracuse offense.
Orange fall to No. 4 Fighting Irish
Syracuse lost 3-0 thanks to a pair of set-piece goals by Notre Dame.
Getting to know SU's newest chancellor Kent D. Syverud
Friends and colleagues say to expect great things from the man who will lead the university in January.
Toronto International Film Festival features celebrities, world premieres
The Toronto International Film Festival runs from Sept. 5-15 this year, offering more than 360 movies for ticket-holders.
Local race coordinator promotes healthy living with fun activities
Long-time Central New York resident Ken Hammond also displays the city of Syracuse with events like the Syracuse Half Marathon and the IronGirl Triathlon.
New chancellor chosen to replace outgoing Cantor
Kent D. Syverud, dean of the School of Law at Washington University in St. Louis, brings experience and local perspective to chancellor position.
Syracuse University Symposium: a look ahead at 'Listening'
The annual Syracuse Symposium -- this year entitled, 'Listening' -- kicks off Thursday.
Student brewer aims to bring craft brewing to a whole new generation
Kevin Czebiniak hopes his Westcott Brewing Company will appeal to younger drinker demographic.
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