SU blood drive helps to address national shortage
Blood banks across the US have less than a one-day supply of critical blood types, leaving hospitals and trauma centers in dire need.
Girl vs. Slushie
We tried a variety of wine slushies at the New York State Fair so you don't have to!
As one of China's first 3D animators, the associate professor attended SU for graduate school to advance her design skills.
Chang Geun Yoo
SUNY-ESF professor, Chang Geun Yoo, grew up near a trade port in South Korea, which sparked his desire to travel and later study biofuels in the U.S.
Before becoming an iSchool professor at Syracuse University, Qin received a degree in library science at Wuhan University.
Worth a Shot
The COVID-19 pandemic reinforces disparities when it comes to healthcare and treatment for minorities.
SU announces Class of 2021 graduates will be allowed two guests at Commencement
SU announces Class of 2021 graduates will be allowed two guests at Commencement.
Inside the Dome: where learning replaces sports for now
Syracuse University professor and SIDEARM Sports founder Jeff Rubin teaches first-ever class inside the renovated Dome.
Coronavirus brings new normal to campus
Students are impacted by COVID-19 in more than one way this fall, including the extra stress of online learning and intense socializing restrictions.
Why virtual Juice Jam WON’T Suck
Online concerts are simply not the same as in-person shows, but there are a few reasons that JJ 2020 will still slap.