Biden seeks to unify country in first speech as President-elect
After a week of prolonged ballot counting in swing states, Joe Biden secures the electoral votes he needs to win the White House.
Biden pulls ahead in swing states in a close race
Vote counts in Pennsylvania and Georgia shift to former Vice President's favor in the race to reach 270 electoral votes.
Community Review Board releases preliminary DPS recommendations
In an email sent out to the Syracuse community Friday evening, Loretta Lynch addressed how the board will review the Department of Public Safety.
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.
Can you believe? Jonathan Van Ness talks at-home self care in live Q&A
In a Zoom webinar hosted by University Union, Jonathan Van Ness and moderator Michelle Buteau logged in from their living rooms on Saturday night.
#NotAgainSU, administrators meet for third day of negotiations
Student protestors and school officials have been holding four-hour sessions to discuss demands tied to the Crouse-Hinds Hall occupation.
Wallows bedazzles fans at The Westcott
The hot Los Angeles trio delivers an invigorating set during their sold-out Syracuse show.
#NotAgainSU adds demands while gaining support
The student movement's ninth day in Crouse-Hind intensifies as negotiations with SU's Administration seem to be at a standstill.
Faculty, graduate students express concerns about administration
On Friday, #NotAgainSU protestors began their fifth day of their occupation of Crouse-Hinds, raising questions about building hours as graduate students go on strike to show support.
Syverud rescinds suspensions of student protestors
After SU administrators and occupiers could not reach an agreement late Tuesday, #NotAgainSU protestors continued their sit-in on Wednesday.