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Drones bring soaring new technology to SU
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or UAVs, have landed at Syracuse with the help of professors, students and the Skyworks Project.
Who will be Syracuse's number two guy?
C.J. Fair will be the go-to guy for the Orange this season, but basketball beat writers Tom Rende, Tyler Greenawalt and Joe Diglio pick who will be the Orange's second option on offense.
Trick Or Tweet costume contest winners announced
Our Twitter followers submitted their best costumes for the chance to win prizes from The NewsHouse.
Fastest-selling Bandersnatch concert does not disappoint
Review: Chance the Rapper's performance in the Schine Underground as part of University Union's Bandersnatch Series lived up to the hype.
'Scorched' brings dark themes to Syracuse Stage
Review: Syracuse Stage's production of 'Scorched' grapples with heavy themes of family history and war.
SU rolls into basketball regular season with win over Ryerson
The Orange are still ironing out all the wrinkles, but continued a balanced attack in SU's 81-46 victory.
Scenes from Election Day 2013
The Democracy in Action project delivers dozens of accounts Tuesday from across the Syracuse community.
Participants soar above downtown Syracuse at the Connective Corridor's 'Zip Fest' Street Fair
The fair brought food trucks, zip lines and live entertainment to Forman Park in celebration of the launch of phase two of the Connective Corridor revitalization project.
Kronos Quartet pushes classical music boundaries in Setnor Auditorium
Review: The Kronos Quartet performed Saturday in Setnor Auditorium as a part of the Belfer Audio Archive’s 50th anniversary celebration
Syracuse shuts out Wake Forest for second ACC victory
Though neither team scored in the first half, the Orange capitalized on some Wake Forest turnovers to win 13-0.
WellsLink celebrates 10 years of achievement, diversity
The WellsLink Leadership Program, celebrating 10 years since its creation, is an organization that strives to help students of color in academic, social, emotional and cultural ways.
Belfer Audio Archive struggles to be heard
Director Jenny Doctor charges to improve Belfer’s profile among students and faculty and to bring the archive out of the dark with 50th anniversary celebration.
SU's first exhibition game showcases another deep SU squad
The Orange breezed through the Holy Family Tigers by a score of 79-41, but Boeheim was able to see how his newest team played together in a game situation, especially Tyler Ennis and Michael Gbinjie.
Halloween costumes for the procrastinator
Looking for a last-minute costume idea? The NewsHouse has you covered; from famous couples to classic characters, each of our suggestions is sure to help you win best costume.
'Aimless Love,' but not so aimless humor with poet Billy Collins
Notable poet Billy Collins spoke in Hendricks Chapel Wednesday as part of the 2013 University Lectures.
Krewella struggles against indifferent crowd, bad acoustics
Review: EDM group Krewella performed at the F Shed on Tuesday, fighting against the venue's bad acoustics and playing mostly hits to a crowd of casual fans.
#MyMessage — Nihan Can
Meet Nihan Can, a film senior from Turkey.
#MyMessage — Cathy Sun
Meet Cathy Sun, an undeclared freshman in Whitman, from China.
Clinton steps up to become leader on women's cross country team
With loss of one of the best runners in Big East history last season, senior Alexandra Clinton has become an leader on the team who guides by example.
Live: Poet Billy Collins at Syracuse University
Follow updates from former U.S. poet laureate's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
Second-year starter Alex Bono maintains presence in the net
Sophomore goalkeeper Alex Bono juggles school work with a stellar performance as the last line of SU's defense on the soccer pitch.
Krewella to stop at Syracuse in support of first LP
EDM superstars Krewella will perform on Oct. 29 at the F Shed as part of their Get Wet Tour.
'The Art of Video Games' offers insightful look into gaming as an art form
Review: The Everson Museum of Art debuted 'The Art of Video Games' at a reception on Friday before the exhibit opened to the general public on Saturday. The exhibit chronicles the evolution of gaming through the lenses of developers and players.
The front yard economy
When the Great Recession hit, economic desperation drove many Americans to slap price stickers on anything they could — bringing an extra poignancy to the process of letting go.
SU mourns death of esteemed alumnus
Influential singer and songwriter Lou Reed died Sunday after undergoing a liver transplant earlier this year.
The 2013 Tully Free Speech Award Winner is firsthand reminder of the value of free speech
Independent journalist Idrak Abbasov spoke to students and faculty at the Herg Auditorium Thursday about issues facing the press in Azerbaijan and the work he's doing there.
Big Gigantic to play at the F Shed
Jeremy Salken from Big Gigantic took some time to talk with The NewsHouse about the duo's live show, upcoming album and help with Colorado flood relief.
SU student brings new “empowering” student-made clothing line to campus
Sophomore Kanisha Ffriend promotes Czari, a clothing line created by her childhood friend, as a style for students with an "emperor or empress state of mind."
Yo-yo for froyo: queen of Yogurtland named
Laura Cohen visits Yogurtland more than a few times a week — and that was before she was randomly chosen to become their queen.
University Lectures speaker Eric Liu defines "true meaning of patriotism"
In SU's second talk of the year, the civic entrepreneur spoke to students at Hendricks Chapel about the spirit of citizenship.
Live: Civic entrepreneur Eric Liu at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the Guiding Lights Networks founder's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel.
Weekend Getaway: Where to go before the snow
Before the snow reaches Syracuse, be sure to check out the best Central New York spots to take in a beautiful Fall day.
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.
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