Seniors prepare for graduation, leaving SU in a post-pandemic world
After COVID-19 marred the class of 2022's college experience, fracturing it in half, seniors reflect on their four years at SU and consider what is to come.
Forever Orange program gives students chance to recapture lost years
In the face of having to be remote during the pandemic for their junior and senior years, some students elected to return to SU for grad school to get that time back.
Post-COVID stress causes students to seek counseling and medication
After returning to in-person learning, stress and mental health problems are affecting SU students, causing them to seek psychiatric assistance.
Texas-born Syracuse lacrosse captains reflect on the growth of the sport
Two Orange lacrosse captains, Owen Seebold and Megan Carney, learned the traditionally Northeast sport in the South.
Congressional District 22 introduces changes to central counties
The newly formed Congressional District 22 brings with it changes to maps as well as potential changes to the power of Democrats in central New York.
SU announces Vera House to hold weekly office hours for students
Representatives from Vera House will be at the Barnes Center each Monday from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. for confidential conversations with students.
Onondaga County Legislature passes controversial district map
County Executive Ryan McMahon approved a redistricting map that expands the county's only majority Black district into whiter areas.
Clay residents speak out against county’s residential removal requests
Beginning in October 2020, residents on Burnet Road in Clay began receiving requests from the Onondaga County Industrial Development Agency to relocate.