The winter message has been given the past four years at the start of the spring semester, and this year the focus was on the incidents of racism and anti-semitism of last fall semester.
Media magnate and SU alum Donald Newhouse announces the largest donation in the university’s history on the first day of spring classes.
The $62.5 million state-of-the-art National Veterans Resource Center will provide services for students and campus.
The annual concert features the talents of the university’s choral and orchestral groups.
Once the nor’easter let up, SU students took advantage of a day without classes for a true taste of winter.
Nearly a foot of snow fell from back-to-back storms, making for snowball fights and winter fun rather than studies.
Syracuse University’s chapter of Women in Communications hosted Syracuse alum and reality TV star Ashley Iaconetti on Tuesday.
After discovering anti-Asian graffiti in the Comstock Art Facility, students came together to paint a mural that reads, “SU UNITED.”
A contentious forum at Hendricks Chapel Wednesday night pits #NotAgainSU supporters against Chancellor Kent Syverud and his administration.
Early this morning, Provost Michele Wheatly says Syracuse Univesity will remain open but gives faculty and students “broad discretion” about attending classes.