Rose-laying ceremony memorializes lives lost in Pan Am 103 bombing
The ceremony pays tribute to the tragedy as its 33rd anniversary approaches.
Remembrance Week 2021
This year marks the 33rd anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on Dec. 21, 1988.
Students support Pfizer booster roll-out
Students share their opinions on the FDA's authorization of a Pfizer booster shot and what getting a third dose means for the ongoing pandemic.
Hundreds join campus protest against rape culture
Students marched across the Syracuse University campus Tuesday night, chanting outside fraternities and the chancellor's house.
Scenes from the Great New York State Fair
The 18-day extravaganza of food, music and people-watching that defines late summer in Syracuse wraps for another year.
Whirlwind fall semester finally comes to a close
Syracuse University students and professors share how they made it through the pandemic and how it has impacted their future plans.
SU transitions to online instruction
Active campus case counts surpass 220 with nearly 600 student in quarantine as of Thursday, just after shutting down in-person learning.
SU just shy of 100 cases within a 14-day reporting period
With 98 cases were identified between Oct. 23 and Nov. 6, SU came dangerously close to the threshold of stopping in-person learning.
Local voters head to the polls for Election Day
With 59,000 votes cast during early voting, Onondaga County is poised to decide local, state and national races.
Voters cast their ballots early in Onondaga County
Over 59,000 citizens voted before Election Day at six polling locations across the county.