‘Circles’ presents a raw side of Mac Miller
The rapper's posthumous release is an authentic work, pieced together and produced by Miller's family and producer Jon Brion.
A Tiny Home for Good builds affordable houses for the homeless
The non-profit organization is expanding to the north side of Syracuse to build more homes this winter.
Syracuse eviction prevention program saves tenants from homelessness
A partnership between the city and affordable housing complexes helps residents avoid eviction.
#NotAgainSU rejects chancellor’s response to demands
A contentious forum at Hendricks Chapel Wednesday night pits #NotAgainSU supporters against Chancellor Kent Syverud and his administration.
University Senate endorses canceling classes for duration of week
Early this morning, Provost Michele Wheatly says Syracuse Univesity will remain open but gives faculty and students "broad discretion" about attending classes.
Local authorities back decision to keep university open
Campus, local, state and federal law enforcement have joined forces to investigate the posting of a white supremacist manifesto and a spate of other hateful incidents targeting SU students
Student sexually harassed on Walnut Place
Student shares account on social media of naked man jumping out of a car and approaching her near Walnut Park.
State investigation may put DJ’s on the Hill at risk of closing
After receiving complaints about failing to comply with state laws, DJ’s on the Boulevard had their license suspended immediately on Thursday, and DJ’s on the Hill could meet the same fate.
Syracuse police make arrest in pro-protest graffiti incidents
An 18-year-old Syracuse University freshman was charged after graffiti was discovered in and around Irving Garage and Bird Library
A Day to Remember sends fans into a frenzy at the War Memorial
The Florida-based band delivers its tasteful blend of pop-punk and metalcore during Syracuse concert.