Protestors, SU officials set parameters for Monday meeting
Administrators, #NotAgainSU organizers set terms for negotiations
Protest spills into the streets as both sides dispute negotiation efforts
#NotAgainSU supporters block traffic on Crouse and Waverly avenues for more than 90 minutes Wednesday afternoon.
#NotAgainSU adds demands while gaining support
The student movement's ninth day in Crouse-Hind intensifies as negotiations with SU's Administration seem to be at a standstill.
“Their demands are our demands.”
Chancellor Syverud responds, movement issues new demands and graduate students continue to strike.
The NewsHouse Blend podcast – Feb. 24, 2020
Episode 1: Updates from NotAgainSU's Crouse-Hinds protest, SU men's basketball win and the Pride Union 18th annual Drag Show
Faculty, graduate students express concerns about administration
On Friday, #NotAgainSU protestors began their fifth day of their occupation of Crouse-Hinds, raising questions about building hours as graduate students go on strike to show support.
#NotAgainSU rejects administration’s bid to end Crouse-Hinds sit-in
About 20 student protestors plan to spend a second night in the campus building despite facing suspensions.
Wegmans starts statewide plastic bag ban early
Wegmans will now charge grocery shoppers 5 cents each for paper bags in preparation for New York State's plastic bag ban starting March 1.
Racially charged graffiti discovered at SUNY-ESF’s Centennial Hall
ESF University Police have identified an alleged perpetrator and have suspended and removed the individual from campus pending further investigation.
Speaker encourages ‘anti-racism’ at SU’s 35th MLK celebration
The annual Carrier Dome event and dinner features performances and keynote speaker the Rev. Raphael Warnock.