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East Regional: Gill's surprising spurt powers Louisville to Elite Eight
After not scoring for nearly a month, the sophomore helped the Cardinals pull away in the second half.
East Regional notebook: An apology for Obama
One N.C. State player reached out to the president, while coaches reflected on their own friendships and relationship with Jim Boeheim.
Academy Award winning actor Forest Whitaker inspires Syracuse community
In his "The New American Opportunity" talk at SU, Forest Whitaker discusses his humble beginnings, the transformation of the economy and the importance of community building.
National Geographic photographer speaks on power of photography, representation in media
Annie Griffiths' speech Tuesday night concluded this year's University Lecture Series.
Computer science sophomores start website to help SU students schedule classes
Three SU students developed a website that lets students enter criteria for what they are looking for in a schedule.
Live: Photographer Annie Griffiths at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the National Geographic photographer's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m Tuesday in Hendricks Chapel.
Men's lacrosse: Syracuse scorches Myles Jones, Duke defense in win
Three Orange players netted hat tricks in a romp over the two-time defending national champions.
"Piano Man" Billy Joel takes over Carrier Dome for seventh time
Billy Joel performed many of his hits at Syracuse University in front of several generations of concertgoers.
WNBA president discusses gender equality in sports at university lecture
Laurel Richie tackled issues facing women and LGBT athletes in the sporting community at the second university lecture of the semester.
Jim Boeheim will appeal NCAA sanctions, confirms plan to retire in three years
The SU head coach emphasized the cleanliness of his team and expressed displeasure with the NCAA's rulings two weeks ago.
Artist Isaiah Rashad and rapper Pell bring an unconventional style of music to Syracuse University
From the South to Syracuse, the artists fused electronic dance music with southern style rap for an unforgettable ending to University Union's final Bandersnatch concert of the year.
Meditation is the new black
Universities across the country are bringing contemplative studies to the classroom to provide alternative learning methods to de-stress, improve focus and decrease distractions.
Live: WNBA president Laurel J. Richie at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the head of the Women’s National Basketball Association's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m Wednesday in Hendricks Chapel.
Monetizing music in the realm of YouTube and Spotify
Music artists will adapt to the plummet of royalties due to streaming. One artist's development agency Made at SU in Syracuse gives a jump start to new musicians.
Syracuse celebrates hometown musical heroes
The Syracuse Area Music Awards brought back many local legends to the Salt City and celebrated the musical roots of Central New York over two days of festivities.
NCAA announces penalties resulting from investigation into Syracuse athletic program
Head coach Jim Boeheim will be suspended for 9 ACC games, and the team will lose 12 scholarships over the next four years.
Men's basketball: Orange offense goes cold in loss to Virginia
Rakeem Christmas struggled in his final home game at SU against the top-ranked Cavalier defense.
Former Amazon chief scientist talks big data potential at semester's first University Lecture
Andreas Weigend spoke to issues about data and its effect on education, the workplace and health care.
On the road with Small Houses
Songwriter Jeremy Quentin has earned friends and supporters in cities like Rochester during his difficult months-long tours around the States.
Tech Garden expands, supports new and mature businesses in Central New York
New Tech Garden space provides resources, incubator space for growing technology businesses.
From student to star, Syracuse alum Ashley Iaconetti's journey on "The Bachelor" ties back to her days at SU
Looking back on her transition onto reality TV, Iaconetti said many of the things she learned from the Newhouse School helped her along the way.
Live: Data scientist Andreas Weigend at Syracuse University
Follow updates from the Social Data Lab founder's University Lectures talk at 7:30 p.m Tuesday in Hendricks Chapel.
Black History Month speech addresses education and justice systems
Dr. Crystal Laura spoke Thursday on issues involving incarceration rates and their link to education in a speech sponsored by the School of Education.
Men's lacrosse: Orange blitzes Virginia early, cruises to win
With the University of Denver's loss, Syracuse takes over the No. 1 ranking this week.
Campus Commuter Challenge offers commuters chance to win prizes
Using Zimride, the challenge was created in hopes that more people will consider sustainable commuting practices.
Annual drag show competition crowns new 'totally fabulous' winner
Sky-high heels with energy to match! The 13th Annual Totally Fabulous Drag Show did not fail to impress or entertain.
Living with Lyme disease
Despite suffering from chronic Lyme Disease, Manlius resident Sylvia O'Connor raised four daughters, explored creative expression.
Graduate student starts 'Love Doesn't Shove' campaign to help those in abusive relationships
Gabriella Kreuz wants to give back to the people and organizations that helped her after her time in a violent relationship, and help others in similar situations.
Day of Conversation invites campus input on Strategic Plan findings
The day consisted of three meetings, all meant to provide findings to the campus community and get input as to how to achieve their goals.
'We Got The Beat'
DanceWorks paid homage to the '80s during "We Got the Beat," their 29th annual performance.
A 'DeVine' evening of comedy for Syracuse students
Adam DeVine, comedian and actor in "Workaholics" and "Pitch Perfect," talks weed, fame, and buttholes during his performance in Goldstein Auditorium.
Spring into the Chinese New Year
Chinese Student and Scholar Association hosted Spring Festival Gala at Goldstein Auditorium to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Despite cold weather residents in Tipperary Hill celebrate Green Beer Sunday
Syracuse is suffering through a brutal winter, but hundreds still gathered at Coleman's Irish Pub for Green Beer Sunday.
Syracuse students display fresh talent covering songs from past decades
Review: SU students showcased their talents while performing songs from the 80s and 90s during the fifth annual Legends Concert held in Schine Underground.
Men's basketball: Poor first-half shooting too much for Syracuse to overcome in loss to Pittsburgh
The Orange shot a dismal 28 percent in the first frame and couldn't pull through in a very physical contest.
Men's basketball: Christmas delivers Orange to upset of shorthanded Louisville
The big man capitalized on the Cardinals' lack of depth to give SU its first win over a ranked opponent this season.
Men's lacrosse: Orange overcomes slow start to hammer Cornell
John Desko reaches coaching milestone after a dominant offensive performance.
Red Cup Project announces design competition
The Red Cup Project, who made an installation out of red Solo cups in the fall semester, will return this spring with a contest to pick their next installation.
Diaper Dandy: Freshman Okafor overpowers Syracuse in loss to Duke
The future NBA Draft lottery pick overcame a sluggish first half to lead the Blue Devils to a comeback victory.
An evening with Ira Glass
The "This American Life" producer took the stage at the State Theatre of Ithaca to warm the hearts of frozen New Yorkers who braved the blizzard to spend Valentine's Day with him.
Valentine's Day in college: Expectations vs. Reality
Commentary: Ladies, you didn't actually think you'd get a dozen roses, right?
Quiet / Loud
Commentary: A recent Syracuse University photojournalism graduate documents her experiences living with depression.
Words of wisdom from a Marie Claire contributing editor
Joyce Corrigan, who has excelled in the fashion industry, talked about her career path, how she got to the top and what those who want to succeed have to do.
The New Pornographers rock in Ithaca with top-quality show, despite low turnout
Review: The indie rockers put on a powerhouse performance blending classic hits and new music.
Commentary: Syracuse still has a lot on the line this season
Despite a self-imposed post-season ban, SU players can't afford to coast through February.
Creativity, competition flourish in robotics state championship
Students formed teams, constructed robots and pitted them against one another in the statewide robotics competition.
New Zealand dance group brings Samoan roots to Syracuse
Review: With a Samoan dance style, Black Grace brought talent and tradition to Goldstein Auditorium for a night filled with cultural.
Got Consent? Be S.U.R.E. premieres #NotAskingForIt video
The Office of Health Promotion and Hill Communications put on the event, which included the video launch and discussions with different student organizations.
We love to hate snow: 5 reasons why
Some people can't get enough of snow in Syracuse, but others can't wait for it to melt. Here are five reasons why.
Your snow day photos in #Snowacuse
Wishing for a Syracuse snow day? Share your snow photos with #Snowacuse and see them below!
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