Revisiting the College Gender Gap
Fifty years after Title IX went into effect, should colleges put an emphasis on admitting men and women equally?
Protesters speak out against Supreme Court challenge to Roe
Protesters gathered outside of Hendricks chapel Wednesday night to advocate for equitable, accessible abortion in the United States.
SU community reflects on 20th anniversary of 9/11 terror attacks, looks towards future
With Saturday's 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, SU community members reflect on their own experiences with this tragedy.
Syracuse alum makes history as New York’s first female governor
Kathy Courtney Hochul, a former Student Association vice president, was well respected during her time at SU.
Our Poisoned Kids
One in 10 Syracuse children have elevated blood lead levels, simply because of the place they call home.
Marshall Street begins to bustle with business amid pandemic
The reopening of Faegan's Cafe & Pub and the grand opening of Salt City Coffee is bringing new life to the Hill.
Biden and Trump square off in second and final presidential debate
Syracuse University students tune in to the final debate before Election Day.
SU professors host watch party for first presidential debate
Students engaged in a chat discussion and Q&A with political science professors over Zoom.
In New York, sealing of marijuana convictions not enough for some
Legalization activists, organizers and non-violent offenders continue to seek expungement of records.
“Holidays at Hendricks” decks the halls with music
The annual concert features the talents of the university's choral and orchestral groups.