Campus News
A nurse injects a patient with a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday, February 26th. The Oncenter is currently home to the vaccine clinic as well as a testing center.
Campus News
Published: April 6, 2021

New York expanded vaccine eligibility to all adults age 16 and older, and students are receiving their first doses.

Clothesline Project T shirts
Campus News
Published: March 30, 2021

The artistic display of T-shirts designed by victims of sexual assault and relationship violence is shown at Syracuse University.

Nyle DiMarco spoke about his work in activism and increasing media representation for the deaf community in Tuesday's University Lecture Series spring closer.
Campus News
Published: March 24, 2021

Model and activist Nyle DiMarco spoke about his work as an ambassador for the deaf community and his experiences growing up deaf in Tuesday’s University Lectures spring closer.

Coronavirus Model By CDC
Campus News
Published: March 24, 2021

Onondaga County expects to make a significant number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments available for eligible SU students at the OnCenter vaccination site starting Thursday.

Students gather at Castle Court after SU men's basketball wins against WVU, putting them in the Sweet Sixteen on March 21, 2021
Campus News
Published: March 22, 2021

Following the wins of both the men’s and women’s basketball teams Sunday night, crowds of students defied social distancing rules for the occasion.

Illustration by Kate Minutillo
Campus News
Published: March 18, 2021

These award-winning authors discussed creating characters, writing dialogue and finding their voices as writers.

Coronavirus Model By CDC
Campus News
Published: March 17, 2021

SU Public Health Team is linking this cluster to North Campus residence halls.

A note on a bulletin board reads "beware of Chinese government 'student' agents on this campus."
Campus News
Published: March 11, 2021

The notes were found in three campus buildings, nearly two weeks after another anti-Asian bias related incident was reported on Comstock Avenue.

Leah Dunne holds her vaccination card after receiving her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the New York State Fairgrounds.
Campus News
Published: March 3, 2021

Commentary: A year into the pandemic, Leah Dunne was eligible to get her vaccination as a Type 1 diabetic.

Despite being virtual, Syracuse University's OttoTHON even successfully donated a total of $121,075.91 to aid those at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital.
Campus News
Published: March 1, 2021

Syracuse University’s OttoTHON went virtual on Feb. 28 with dance parties, speakers, patient spotlights and other activities engaging attendees and patients.