Jay Smooth reflects on social justice and call-out culture
The DJ and cultural commentator shares his own experiences with race and resistance at SU talk.
Community arts center SALTspace opens on Syracuse’s Westside
The grand opening featured an artist showcase with musicians and various performers from all over Syracuse
Retired SU professor sheds light on Syracuse homeless through art
Jerome Witkin visits In My Father's Kitchen every Friday to draw portraits of homeless Syracuse residents.
‘An Evening of Comedy’ hosts three rising Hollywood comedians
Vanessa Bayer, a comedienne most well known for her time on Saturday Night Live, performed at SU's Goldstein auditorium March 1.
Annual women’s march takes place in Seneca Falls
Nearly a thousand participants made their way to historic Seneca Falls to celebrate the legacy of the women who came before them and march for the changes they still want to see made.
NY Times opinion columnist discusses journalism, U.S. politics
Frank Bruni shares about his career at one of the nation's most prominent news organizations and what a Trump presidency means for the future of the news industry.