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SU graduate Stephen Barton and a panel of experts discuss gun control in the United States
In lieu of the recent mass shootings, a panel was held Tuesday night in Hendricks Chapel to discuss the issue of gun control.
14 things you can learn about Aaron Carter through social media
His posters may not have graced your walls in 10+ years, but the "I Want Candy" singer has been busy. Catch up before he comes to Syracuse next weekend.
Q&A with singer Aaron Carter: The After Party stops in Syracuse
After seven years off the road, Mr. Aaron's Party himself is officially back in business.
Insulin Life: Living with diabetes
For the nearly one in 10 Americans over the age of 20 living with diabetes, life is a constant balancing act.
Syracuse students take on the Harlem Shake
The easy-to-imitate viral video trend hits SU with some hilarious results.
SU loses to Albany in double overtime thriller
No. 13 Syracuse battled back after trailing early to Albany, only to lose in double overtime, 16-15, in the team's first season opening loss since 1996.
The Elevated Underground offers big sound in a small space on the Westside
The trio behind this up-and-coming Syracuse venue hope to promote and showcase lesser-represented genres in the local music scene.
Triche's career night pushes Orange past Pirates
Senior guard Brandon Triche scored over 20 points for the sixth time this year as No. 6 Syracuse defeated Seton Hall 76-55.
Gazing into the 'Great Beyond' at the Syracuse Psychic Fair
Mystics, mediums, and the metaphysically in-tune gather in Liverpool for a weekend of spiritualism.
Out-of-state visitors and local businesses alike enjoy Winterfest
Syracuse's annual winter festival is underway with ice skating and drink mix-offs, and the fun will continue until Feb. 24.
Seniors and SU students get savvy on social media
Local senior citizens and Renee Crown Honors students participated, side by side, in a social media class that used both Twitter and Facebook as a supplement to in-class teaching.
SU art professor's video premieres at dusk on Everson Museum's wall
in Court (Basketball), an Urban Video Project exhibition, debuted Feb. 14 and will continue until March 31.
SU Rising event held to discuss sexual violence against women
The SU Rising: Stop Violence Against Women event was held on Valentine's Day to bring attention to the issue of sexual violence against women across the globe.
Love is in the air
Check out how Valentine's Day made its mark on 'Cuse this year.
Huskies upset No. 6 Orange
In the last meeting between Syracuse and Connecticut in the Big East, the Huskies came out victorious in a 66-58 upset.
Forgot a gift? We’ve got you covered
Three easy tips for putting together the perfect last-minute V-Day present.
WHY? and Astronautalis impress Rochester crowd with nimble lyrics, hip-hop beats
Review: Alt hip-hop band WHY? played a show at Rochester's Water Street Music Hall Sunday night, supported by Astronautalis and Dream Tiger.
"The Vagina Monologues" raises awareness of sexual violence against women
The Student Association for Sexual Safety and Empowerment put on its annual benefit performances of "The Vagina Monologues" on campus this weekend.
SU defeats St. John's in Southerland's return
No. 9 Syracuse defeated St. John's Sunday in the Carrier Dome, 77-58, extending the Orange's home win-streak to 37 and giving Jim Boeheim his 16th 20-win season.
SU promotes health and wellness with free flu shots
Faculty, staff, and students can receive no-charge influenza vaccinations, but awareness is a critical first step.
Film festival explores issues, celebrates culture of the Caribbean
The second annual Caribbean Cinematic Festival takes place at the Community Folk Art Center, February 6 through 10.
Mike Huckabee speaks on the future of conservatism
Former Arkansas governor, 2008 Republican Presidential candidate and current talk show host Mike Huckabee spoke on campus about his views on conservatism in America.
SU football welcomes nineteen recruits
Head coach Scott Shafer announced the 2013 Syracuse football recruiting class during his press conference on Wednesday. The class includes nineteen players across 13 states and seven positions.
Celebrating the season with Winterfest in Syracuse
The community comes together to celebrate Syracuse's longest season with 9 days filled with cook-offs, ice skating, music, games and fireworks.
SU snaps two-game losing streak in win
No. 9 Syracuse defeated No. 25 Notre Dame 63-48 thanks to CJ Fair's 18-point, 10-rebound performance, snapping a two-game losing streak and extending the home-winning streak to 36.
Screaming, Silly String and sisterhood: SU's 2013 sorority Bid Day
Hundreds of young Syracuse women celebrated their acceptance Sunday into one of 11 Panhellenic sororities with cheering and dancing aplenty.
SU choreographer uses diverse personal influences to inspire his teaching methods
Anthony Salatino's creative journey of dance, choreography, and directing help him bring love and support into the classroom.
Defense, rebounding key for Syracuse women against Providence
The No. 24 Syracuse women's basketball team defeated Providence, 75-59, with the help of defense, rebounding, and the return of veteran senior Tyson-Thomas.
Eat this, not that: Marshall Street Edition
Beat the unhealthy habits of the winter blues by swapping out your usual "M" Street snacks with more nutritious alternatives.
Tatted up: Syracuse draws attention to human canvases
The AM-JAM Family’s 27th Annual Tattoo Expo leaves its mark on Syracuse and its residents for three “ink-filled” days.
Students rally on behalf of Former Cpl. Joe Shanley
Students gathered together Monday afternoon to protest the position change of Department of Public Safety Officer Joe Shanley.
Game On: Weekend hackathon brings to life four creations in 48 hours
The iSchool hosts its third Global Game Jam, fostering creativity and innovative game design.
SU men's lacrosse team wins first two exhibition teams easily
The Orange opened up the men's lacrosse season with two exhibition wins against Hofstra and Holy Cross Saturday morning in the Carrier Dome.
The Underground Poetry Spot creates a place of expression for poets
Founder Seneca Wilson wanted to develop a community in Syracuse to nurture the love and power of spoken word poetry.
SU student uses belly dance to de-stress, express herself
The artful Middle Eastern tradition has spread across the globe, reaching Syracuse's campus via international students.
SU narrowly defeats No. 21 Cincinnati, 57-55
In the Orange's second game in three days, No. 3 Syracuse came from behind to defeat Big East rival Cincinnati on Monday.
More than 2,000 students and local residents gather in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr.
Students and members of the Syracuse community gathered together in the Carrier Dome Saturday to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and local heroes of Syracuse.
With buzz around the new guy, the Orange focus on returning players
After a disappointing 2012 season, the Syracuse men's lacrosse team looks to improve in 2013 with the addition of a young transfer and lots of returning veterans
Boxing Club brings SU students together
The Boxing Club brings students from different backgrounds under one roof for fitness, fun and learning.
Making the cut: SU students search for the perfect barber
Finding the right barber can be difficult and tedious, but some Syracuse students have found the right fit at local shops.
Carnegie renovation to restore legacy
The Carnegie Library restoration project has been years in the making and will restore the building to its former magnificence.
No. 7 Syracuse extends home winning streak in win over Villanova
The Orange come out on top against rival Villanova without forward James Southerland, who was ruled out indefinitely because of eligibility issues.
The legacy of Doug Marrone
Although he coached at Syracuse for only four seasons, former head football coach Doug Marrone helped revitalize a fading program.
Graduate students try to immerse in 'Cuse culture on a time crunch
Syracuse University offers a number of one-year Master's degree programs. Undergrad and graduate students alike share their thoughts on how to best experience Syracuse University in that short amount of time.
The Marshall Street appeal
Students weigh in on which Marshall Street establishments they like and what they want to see added.
Liverpool boy's wait for a heart
A Liverpool family experiences a miraculous change of heart as it cares for six adopted children with special needs.
New Years Eve around the world
Cultures worldwide celebrate New Years with traditions vastly different than a sparkly "ball drop" in Times Square.
Syracuse runs over West Virginia in New Era Pinstripe Bowl
SU cruised to an easy 38-14 victory over the West Virginia Mountaineers thanks to an unrelenting rushing attack that ran for over 370 yards.
Setnor School offers conservatory environment for music students
SU's School of Music provides a serious education for dedicated musicians of all types.
Students become more involved in green projects
Students from SUNY-ESF and Syracuse University help Save the Rain build more environment-friendly projects in the community.
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