Greek orgs host candlelight vigil for Safe Driving Week
Phi Kappa Psi and Delta Delta Delta sponsored the service Monday evening outside Hendricks Chapel.
Remembrance Week 2019
Remembrance Scholars hosted a "Terror in the Digital Age" panel on Monday.
Women’s soccer fall short in upset bid vs. national champs
Syracuse and Florida State were scoreless until well into the second half, with the Orange only getting two shots on goal in the 1-0 loss.
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Seen at the 2019 New York State Fair
The popular late-summer event drew a record-setting crowd for the fourth year in a row with 1.3 million visitors.
KISS rocks St. Joseph’s Amphitheater
The rock legends brought their "End of the Road" World Tour to St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview on Tuesday.
Long before Europeans came to North America, the Mohawks lived and thrived on the land that now forms the border between northern New York and Canada. That border now splits the Mohawk Nation territory of Akwesasne in two.
While the Southern border has made headlines, the border to the north is nearly as active, with millions of crossings a year, smuggling, trade disputes and asylum seekers heading both north into Canada and south into the United States in search of a better life.
Canada and the United States seem similar at first glance, so is life in the two countries really that much different? For dairy farmers, maple syrup producers and marijuana entrepreneurs, the answer is most certainly “yes.”
Border residents reflect on how the past continues to shape their hometowns, from the urban renewal that seeks to revive tourism in the Niagara Falls region to the “river rats” who smuggled alcohol across the Saint Lawrence during prohibition.