For the first time since 2019, the Caribbean Student Association hosted its annual festival to celebrate Caribbean culture and bring together communities.
Throughout February, Syracuse University is hosting more than two dozen events to celebrate Black history and culture.
Representatives from Vera House will be at the Barnes Center each Monday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. for confidential conversations with students.
Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, G’16 describes a need for Indigenous voices to be heard in digital media as part of Newhouse’s Leaders in Communication series.
Amidst COVID restrictions, some students decided not to return to campus and spent a gap year working and interning.
Blood banks across the US have less than a one-day supply of critical blood types, leaving hospitals and trauma centers in dire need.
Syracuse University students returned to in-person learning on Monday even as cases of the Omicron variant continue to rise in Onondaga County
Following stints in the military, these students cite reputable academic programs and veteran scholarships as reasons to attend Syracuse University.
This year, Syracuse University’s history department promoted its first Asian-American woman and woman of color to full-time professor.
Monday’s university-wide email from Vice Chancellor J. Michael Haynie announced new requirements and timing for spring semester returns.