Syracuse storyteller fights for diversity in the animation industry
Syracuse University junior Sujean Gahng was inspired by the #NotAgainSU protests to found a chapter of Women in Animation at SU with the goal of creating more representation for women and those from marginalized communities within the industry.
Spring abroad suspended as Onondaga County adopts tighter restrictions
New York State announces that Syracuse is now an orange zone, on the same day the SU abroad office cancelled all but one spring program.
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.
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.
Too early to call: Biden, Trump still shy of 270 electoral votes
As of Wednesday, the presidency remains unclear as key states like Pennsylvania and Michigan continue to count ballots.
21 new positive COVID-19 cases emerge as a result of off-campus events
In an email on Friday, Robert D. Hradsky warned students about a troubling increase in COVID-19 cases as a result of off-campus parties.
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.
Trump vs. Biden: Strategies on China
The 2020 election may influence future relations between the U.S. and China
Racial slur on package found in Day Hall
A student worker discovered a racial slur when sorting mail Friday afternoon.