Peaceful Rochester protests march on despite heavy police presence
Protesters from across New York marched for the 10th consecutive night to demand justice for Daniel Prude who died in police custody.
Tour Cornell’s research facility where New York’s hemp industry takes root
Researchers are busy breeding hemp varieties that could mean the difference between flourish and flop for the farmers they serve.
A hemp harvest festival buzzes with freedom in the heart of New York
The 22nd annual Harvest Festival and Freedom Fair celebrates a new era for New York hemp growers.
Challenges slow cannabis research despite rapidly expanding industry
Marijuana’s illegality continues to pose problems for those trying to learn more about the plant’s potential uses and dangers.
Neal Powless: SU Ombuds brings a message of healing to a polarized world
Onondaga lacrosse player, storyteller and Ombuds at Syracuse University draws on his Haudenosaunee roots to build conversations that hear every voice.
After losing more than $600,000 in funding, a local LGBT organization is called to action
SAGE Upstate is searching for alternative revenue sources after the NY Department of Health reallocated its 5-year grant.
Barriers and bridges in the fight to preserve French language in Quebec
In a country that is institutionally bilingual but where most people only speak one language, Gatineau is a true bilingual community.