Owners of Syracuse's Black-owned businesses share how the coronavirus pandemic has affected them.
Upstate begins Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trial for children
This trial, which began in early April and will take place over a two-year period, includes children ages 6 months to 11 years old.
Local downtown mural project aims to honor social justice figures, revitalize city
The mural, which is to be painted by Los Angeles–based muralist Jonas Never, will feature local athletes Breanna Stewart, Dolph Schayes, Earl Lloyd and Manny Breland.
NCAA victory prompts large celebration at Castle Court
Following the wins of both the men's and women's basketball teams Sunday night, crowds of students defied social distancing rules for the occasion.
SU confirms 20 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours
SU Public Health Team is linking this cluster to North Campus residence halls.
Syracuse pop-up clinics aim to boost vaccinations within Black community
As of Feb. 24, only 2.5% of those with at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose in Central New York were Black.
SU alerts students of spike in COVID-19 cases
Just one week since the start of the spring 2021 semester, several large off-campus parties have led to over 20 new COVID-19 infections at SU.
SU’s virtual MLK Celebration features Ruby Bridges
Having made history at 6 years old, Bridges says those of all ages "have a responsibility to try to leave the world better than we found it."
SU delays start of spring 2021 semester
In-person, residential instruction will now begin Monday, Feb. 8 and end Friday, May 21.
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.