SU’s Class of 2023 looks back at a college experience – and a pandemic – with something like fondness.
From staying home with family to working in places such as Hawaii, some Syracuse University students stayed away during COVID-19.
Syracuse University students adjusted to Zoom courses, hybrid classes and online learning as the coronavirus took hold.
A pair of Greek organizations team up to play wheelchair basketball to promote inclusivity.
Mayor Oleksandr Markushyn spoke at an event in Maxwell where he celebrated the relationship between Syracuse and Irpin.
Third-year Bandier student Vir Batra is a member of the band Studio89, among many other things on campus.
The Senator Majority Leader met with Micron executives, SU Chancellor Kent Syverud, and more to talk about the progress with the Micron deal and how it will affect Central New York residents.
The final event in the series was led by Freida Jacques, Turtle Clan Mother Whatwehni:neh, who discussed the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Onondaga Nation, and Native American culture with attendees.
For students living off campus, there is some debate about the benefits of having an on-campus meal plan, especially amidst the rising grocery store prices.
The election, held over a two-day period, garnered over 700 voters, with the majority voting in favor of unionizing.