SU transitions to online instruction
Active campus case counts surpass 220 with nearly 600 student in quarantine as of Thursday, just after shutting down in-person learning.
SU just shy of 100 cases within a 14-day reporting period
With 98 cases were identified between Oct. 23 and Nov. 6, SU came dangerously close to the threshold of stopping in-person learning.
What drove a student to vote
Commentary: Why did I drive eight hours to cast my ballot in a state where my vote hardly matters? Because I still believe in Democracy.
SU eases restrictions as active case start to drop
Administrators have confirmed the infection rate has “meaningfully declined” as daily active cases decreased to 87 as of Thursday.
Ongoing COVID-19 surge threatens in-person classes
Syracuse University nears the threshold for transitioning to online, with a total of 80 positive cases in the past 2 weeks.
Day Hall eighth floor residents released from quarantine
After three positive COVID-19 cases were confirmed, the entire floor was tested and no additional cases were discovered.
Peaceful Rochester protests march on despite heavy police presence
Black Lives Matter protesters from across New York marched for the 10th consecutive night to demand justice for Daniel Prude who died in police custody.
Following two-month shutdown, Varsity Pizza starting to thrive again
The legendary SU campus restaurant is seeing an influx of loyal customers and returning SU students.
Quad gathering prompts talk of shutting down campus
Social videos show dozens of students congregating Wednesday night despite pledges to abide by COVID-19 safety measures.
Onondaga County records 30th COVID death
Another death is recorded in Onondaga County as County Executive expresses financial concerns.