Cases spike due to proactive testing
Nearly 30 new cases are confirmed after people without symptoms are being tested in "areas of density".
About This Project
A student-driven reporting project at Newhouse School of Syracuse University takes a deep and broad look at marijuana in New York as the state's drug laws remain in flux.
New York looked poised to legalize marijuana in 2020. Then COVID struck.
State lawmakers, and many of their student constituents, are disappointed legalization has once again been back-burnered.
Reporting from home in quarantine
Life has completely changed for student journalist Josh Meyers; instead of covering SU news with access to a TV studio, the Newhouse School freshman is limited to the confines of his New Jersey hometown.
Onondaga County sees small spike in recoveries after its “deadliest day”
Recoveries were beginning to flat line until 31 people recovered from COVID-19 over the past 24 hours,
Recoveries outnumber new cases in Onondaga
County Executive announced recoveries have surpassed new cases for only the second time since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis.
Onondaga County sees 162% more cases this week
A woman in her 60s and a man in his 80s became the second and third death respectively
Students hope Commencement happens, but not virtually
Seniors and graduate students interviewed Wednesday still want an on-campus graduation, possibly even christening the new Dome.
Manley Field House will convert into hospital space if needed
County Executive Ryan McMahon announced Manley Field House will operate as a "surge site" if local hospitals become overcrowded.
Spring Break 2020: A Change in Plans
Syracuse University students share how their past week played out amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic.