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Express SU forum invites students to voice their challenges and hopes for the campus
Students, administration, and faculty members gathered in Hendricks Chapel on Thursday afternoon to discuss issues about minority scholarship cuts, understanding diversity, and what it means to truly belong at SU.
Local Syracuse man discovers hidden world record
Syracuse's Byron Schlenker breaks the Guinness World Record for the World's Widest Tongue.
Van Jones kicks off University Lectures series, praises youth activism
The environmental activist and CNN talk show co-host commends students supporting Divest SU ESF for their rally before his lecture.
Sustainability rally urges SU to invest in renewable energy, divest from fossil fuels
Students of Sustainability and Divest SU and ESF hosted the rally Tuesday on the Quad.
Ukrainian-Americans feel effects of Ukraine turmoil in everyday lives
Ukrainian-Americans in the U.S. reflect on the conflict and political turmoil back home.
A field of their own: SU football awaits new practice facility
The $13 million project will help eliminate scheduling conflicts and weather woes for the Orange.
Taking a look inside Newhouse 2's new digital innovation space
A new face for innovation, Newhouse 2 gets a much needed facelift and opens up possibilities for students.
Oprah: Innovation the future for Newhouse studio
The "Queen of All Media" helped dedicate the new Dick Clark Studios and Alan Gerry Center For Media Innovation.
Men's soccer: Skylar Thomas lifts Orange to upset of Virginia
The senior's header-deflection goal sparked SU to a monumental ACC victory.
Student musicians, waffles make Made at SU launch party a success
Review: How seven Audio Arts graduate students, three musical acts and more than 60 orders of waffles transformed one Saturday night into a bedrock moment for campus-based DIY.
Missed chances doom Syracuse football in loss to Notre Dame
SU forced five turnovers, but mustered only 15 points at MetLife Stadium on Saturday evening.
Students weather nights on the Quad for 8th annual Shack-a-Thon
The SU-SUNY ESF chapter of Habitat for Humanity aimed to raise $6,000 in this year's event.
Believe In Syracuse: Westcott edition
Community organization Believe In Syracuse aims to raise morale and awareness of the neighborhoods in Syracuse.
Students represent local issues at People's Climate March
Hundreds of SU and SUNY-ESF students marched alongside more than 300,000 other demonstrators in New York City at the largest climate change march ever.
Flair at the Fair: Meet five Westcott Street originals
An assortment of performers dressed in eye-catching costumes mingled with fairgoers at the 23rd annual Westcott Street Cultural Fair.
Orange plagued by mistakes, failed opportunities in loss to Maryland
The SU offense piled up 589 yards, but a pair of turnovers and special-teams blunders proved costly.
23rd Westcott Street Cultural Fair celebrates historic neighborhood
A lack of sunshine couldn't dampen the storied Westcott neighborhood's unique offering of food, art and culture.
Re-negotiations in Posse Foundation scholarships prompt activism on campus
Starting in fall 2015, SU will reduce its number of Posse Foundation partner cities from three to one.
Etan Thomas, former Syracuse basketball stars return for fatherhood panel
The panel tackled issues faced by children in single-parent homes and encouraged students to forge their own destiny.
Plus-size model and SU alumna Emme influences fashion design curriculum, launches year-long contest
Through Emme's initiative, SU is the first U.S. college to bring plus-size mannequins into the classroom.
Marv Albert discusses life as "the voice of basketball" during visit to Syracuse
The broadcaster and former Syracuse student spoke to students and faculty in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium on Tuesday evening.
Rally addressing controversial closure of SU's Advocacy Center ends in chancellor's office
Students and faculty called on Chancellor Kent Syverud to re-open the Advocacy Center as a safe space.
Television-inspired course introduces non-Whitman majors to business basics
Professors act out drama surrounding a fictional chocolate company to engage students in Whitman's new "Business Essentials" course.
String topography artwork in Schine draws attention to Orange After Dark
Graduate student Luke Blum creates the "S" now hanging in Schine at a pancake breakfast last year.
Terrel Hunt leads explosive Syracuse offense in rout of Central Michigan
Led by the quarterback's four touchdowns, SU scored 40 unanswered points in a dominating team performance.
Syracuse's International Arts and Puppet Festival continues despite rain
A last-minute rain schedule allowed families to have a good time at the Open Hand Theater's festival even in dreary weather.
Chinese community gathers to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival away from home
The Chinese Students and Scholars Association hosted the annual event in Goldstein Auditorium.
SU students must pay more to replace lost or stolen ID cards
A microchip embedded in the new student ID cards means higher prices for replacements.
Two individuals, 46 mountains, one week: A climb to fight depression
Two Clarkson University students hike all 46 Adirondack High Peaks to raise awareness for suicide prevention.
Voltage Video Games survives summer with retro games, personal service
The downtown Syracuse shop lowered its prices to compete with GameStop, but its dedicated customer core helped it surpass expectations.
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.
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