Seniors prepare to leave 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.
Seniors consider post-grad plans after the pandemic
With missed opportunities such as study abroad and in-person internships, Syracuse's Class of 2022 reimagines their future after their undergraduate studies.
Masks are back: SU returns to level ‘Blue’ masking status
Starting Tuesday, SU will transition back to level "Blue" masking status which requires masks during academic instruction, regardless of vaccination status.
Students remain cautiously optimistic for spring amidst Omicron variant
Syracuse University students returned to in-person learning on Monday even as cases of the Omicron variant continue to rise in Onondaga County
SU mandates booster shots for students, faculty ahead of spring semester
Monday's university-wide email from Vice Chancellor J. Michael Haynie announced new requirements and timing for spring semester returns.
Students remain hopeful, excited for fall semester
For the first time since March 2020, SU students returned to fully in-person classes amidst the ongoing pandemic.
SU, local leaders supportive of ex-police officer’s guilty verdict
Derek Chauvin is found guilty in the May 2020 death of George Floyd that prompted calls for police reform at social justice rallies nationwide.
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.
DPS finds anti-Asian notes in SU buildings
The notes were found in three campus buildings, nearly two weeks after another anti-Asian bias related incident was reported on Comstock Avenue.
My experience getting the COVID-19 vaccine
Commentary: A year into the pandemic, Leah Dunne was eligible to get her vaccination as a Type 1 diabetic.