ReZone Syracuse: what you need to know as the project resumes
Over the past five years, the City of Syracuse and Onondaga County have been in the process of building a new city plan through rezoning.
Syracuse works to support individuals affected by disproportionate unemployment rates
In 2020, Syracuse saw an annual unemployment rate of 11.37%, with a peak in April at 18.30%.
COVID-19 vaccine appointments open for SU students
Onondaga County expects to make a significant number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments available for eligible SU students at the OnCenter vaccination site starting Thursday.
Stolen vehicle complaints decrease 19% in Syracuse
Despite the overall decrease, certain pockets of the city are seeing a rise in complaints with 56.4% coming from the Northside.
Salt City Market vendors feeling optimistic after first month
The COVID-19 pandemic delayed opening of the $25 million downtown Syracuse restaurant hub.
New state policy lessens chances of SU “pause”
While New York changes mandates, Syracuse University’s administration reiterates sanctions for students violating Stay Safe Pledge.
Maggie Rogers to perform virtually Feb. 21
The critically acclaimed singer-songwriter will be University Union's first concert of the spring semester.
Syracuse storyteller fights for diversity in animation
Sujean Gahng was inspired by the #NotAgainSU protests to create more representation for women and POCs 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.