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Students hold 'Hoodies for Trayvon' rally amid national calls to action
More than 100 students stood on the steps of Hendricks Chapel to show support for Trayvon Martin, a slain Florida teenager.
Ice center sponsors late-night events for students
Students seeking alternative entertainment turn to themed ice skating on SU's South Campus.
Syracuse dominates first-ever game in the Dome
Jenna Caira strikes out 7 in the first home game of the season
Freshman found dead in dorm room
Syracuse University officials confirm the death of Courtenay Nash in DellPlain Hall on Friday afternoon.
Orange holds off Badgers, advances to Elite Eight
A missed Wisconsin 3-point attempt followed by a desperation shot in the games final seconds helped Syracuse keep its season alive.
British novelist asks, “Why Write?”
Zadie Smith delivered the second lecture in the spring semester for the annual University Lecture series.
Zadie Smith live at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the award-winning author's 7:30 p.m. talk at Hendricks Chapel.
The glow of Winter Carnival
See videos from the annual campus tradition built on the theme of "Let it snow, let it glow."
Painting a vivid picture with Red
Review: Syracuse Stage's production of the Tony Award-winning play features an engaging duo and vibrant atmosphere.
Syracuse looks forward after Big East loss
Commentary: After losing to Cincinnati on Friday night, Syracuse has only one thing left to play for: a national championship
Bearcats knock Orange out of the Big East
Sophomore guard Dion Waiters scored a career-high 28 points, but it wasn't enough as Cincinnati knocked off the top-seeded Orange.
Syracuse pulls ahead of Connecticut in second half
Sophomore guard Dion Waiters had a game-high 18 points as the No. 1-seeded Orange dropped the Huskies
Auto accident frequency creeps upward
Syracuse University public safety officials say being more aware is the best way to curb traffic accidents on campus.
Author draws distinctions between being good writer and good person
Jonathan Franzen, a National Book Award-winning author, spoke at Hendricks Chapel on Tuesday night as the first speaker of the spring semester in the University Lecture series.
School of Architecture graduate students travel to Denmark on an alumnus's dime to learn about infrastructure and society.
Orange drops Cardinals in season finale
Syracuse University seniors Scoop Jardine and Kris Joseph end Carrier Dome careers with a win over Louisville on Senior Day.
The secret life of J.M. Berry
A LaFayette, N.Y. native finds his life’s purpose in a jar of honey.
Cults' shoegazing indie sound shines
Review: Cults, The Vanderbuilts successfully open University Union's first Bandersnatch show of the semester with enthusiastic brand of indie-rock.
Aument continuing musical career with new album
With the release of new album 'Half Sister,' Syracuse University senior and singer Sarah Aument hopes to advance music career with bandmates after graduation this May.
Diversity rises, but social interaction among diverse remains stagnant
Syracuse University has been actively recruiting a more diverse student body, but the campus still faces the issue of getting people of different backgrounds to interact.
No. 6 Syracuse squeezes past Army in the Dome
Sophomore goalie Dominic Lamolinara makes game-winning save with two seconds remaining in a Feb. 26 lacrosse matchup against the Army Black Knights, sealing the second victory of the season for the Orange.
When the game turned grim
Representatives from ESPN, The New York Times, Sporting News, The Post-Standard, and The Patriot News discussed covering sports Scandals in Newhouse on Thursday.
Asher Roth shows his love
Review: Asher Roth joins a motley crew of openers at The Westcott Theater to celebrate a Syracuse basketball win against South Florida on Wednesday.
Mid-game run pushes No. 2 Orange over Bulls
Syracuse men's basketball team beats South Florida Bulls in a 56-48 Wednesday matchup in the Carrier Dome.
Syracuse men still reign as ski champs in Central New York
At the SU Invitational at the Toggenburg Mountain Winter Sports Center, the men's team places first in the final regular season event for the Mideast Conference Empire Division.
Orange lacrosse returns offensive power
The SU women's lacrosse team is back, returning a fair share of offensive weapons before playing against Boston College on Tuesday in the Carrier Dome.
Midfield propels Orange to victory over Great Danes
Syracuse men's lacrosse team uses 10 straight goals to pull away from Albany in the season opener.
Rochester band fuses country and reggae at The Westcott Theater on Saturday
Review: Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad channels their inner Grateful Dead in their groovy set Saturday night at The Westcott Theater.
Orange drops Golden Eagles in Play 4 Kay
Center Kayla Alexander leads the Syracuse women's basketball team to a 79-63 victory against Marquette on Saturday while the team supports the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.
Syracuse lacrosse team begins season with new faces
The 2012 season starts in Carrier Dome Sunday for the Syracuse University men's lacrosse team in game against Albany — but who will replace the seven lost starters from last year's team?
Mike McKay and bandmates perform 'I Can Set You Free'
The Baldwinsville-based band prepares to release its debut album, Fortress, on Feb. 21.
Students, faculty reminisce about Follett's as it prepares to close
Karl Rove addresses Obama's policies, 2012 election in SU visit
Protest staged outside Schine Center where Republican adviser discussed GOP politics and economic policies Wednesday.
Freshman defenseman off to a strong start
First-year player Kaillie Goodnough has the second most points among any Orange defender so far this season.
Happy Valentine's Day from The NewsHouse
Syracuse University students, young children from the Bernice Wright lab school and The NewsHouse lead producers wax poetic about love.
Funding for future symphony remains unclear
Efforts to revive a symphony in Syracuse after Syracuse Symphony Orchestra went bankrupt have so far been unsuccessful.
Annual Vagina Monologues performances address female empowerment, anti-violence
The cast of this year's performances was split in two to emphasize the individuality of the monologues.
Strong offensive attack leads Orange to win over Huskies
No. 2 Syracuse pulls away from the Huskies during a second-half surge and wins its 25th game of the season.
The winter that hasn't been
Mittens, scarves and down jackets remain stashed away on many days as Syracuse experiences an atypically mild winter.
Senior SU distance runner Griff Graves is waiting for his chance to return to the track.
Faculty, students react to Twitter's policy of withholding tweets
Some say the policy is a form of censorship, while others say it is a smart business move.
Syracuse outlasts Georgetown in overtime
Kris Joseph nails 3-pointer during extra play that the No. 2 Orange need to top No. 12 Hoyas.
Burglars target four Westcott homes
While students were away on winter break, thefts plagued the off-campus neighborhood.
Rock the Dome debuts with throwbacks
Review: Rappers Rick Ross and Ludacris please large numbers with older songs at University Union's inaugural winter concert.
Marrone aims to keep recruits close to home
Four years and 28 players later Doug Marrone has brought a New York flavor back to Syracuse football, but there is still room to grow
Syracuse disc golf knows no seasons
The NewsHouse reporter plays a round with Central New York Disc Golf Association members.
He would walk 2,180 miles
Paul Longchamps, a light bulb changer for SU, will begin the 2,180-mile trek of the Appalachian Trail in February.
Feels Like Summer in Syracuse
Warm weather in Syracuse elicits mixed feelings from students.
Lights shines bright
Review: Canadian pop star Lights mesmerizes a giddy crowd at the Lost Horizon Saturday night.
'The Gondoliers' an unpleasant ride for audience
Review: SU Opera Theatre's production suffers from maturation and casting issues.
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