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Lydia Herne

is the assistant executive producer for the NewsHouse, and a graduate student in the multimedia, photography, and design program.

Collage with photos of the SU women's lacrosse team and newspaper clippings from the 1995 Boucher vs. Syracuse University lawsuit.
EQ Story Page, Equal Shot

"Something was wrong"

Published On: May 3, 2022

Members of the SU women’s club lacrosse and softball teams united for the Boucher vs. Syracuse University legal challenge that paved the way for better representation among Orange sports.

Three generations of SU women
Enforcing Equity, EQ Story Page

Reflecting on women’s issue at SU

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Women across six generations of alumnae and current students reflect on Title IX’s impact on Syracuse University.

Seth Bradford receives his Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Bradford is a barber and says that business has been booming in the past year. He’s excited to have the vaccine to give him and his customers some peace of mind.
Deconstructing The Divide

Worth a Shot

Published On: April 25, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic reinforces disparities when it comes to healthcare and treatment for minorities.

Illustration: THC vs. CBD explainer
High Stakes

More THC, more problems?

Published On: April 19, 2020

Learn about the chemical balancing act between THC and CBD that is responsible for marijuana's potency.

Erie County Medical Center - Buffalo, New York

Medical tourism cuts both ways at the U.S.-Canada border

Published On: May 30, 2019

Americans face steep prices for medical procedures. Canadians can face lengthy wait times. That has some Americans headed north for health care, while Canadians head south.