Campus News
Elder Melvin Baker
COVID on Campus
Published: December 21, 2020

Elder Melvin Baker is the Historically Black Church chaplain at Syracuse University.

COVID on Campus - Abigal Tubis - SU Food Services
COVID on Campus
Published: December 21, 2020

COVID on Campus: Syracuse University senior Abigail Tubis worked for SU Food Services at Kimmel Food Court this semester.

COVID on Campus. -Manny Martinez, an SU senior and medical transport driver
COVID on Campus
Published: December 16, 2020

Senior Manny Martinez is a medical transport driver for Syracuse University Health Services.

COVID on Campus - Kyra Surgent- Tie-Dye Entrepreneur
COVID on Campus
Published: December 15, 2020

COVID on Campus: Syracuse University junior Kyra Surgent founded Kyra Kouture in 2020.

COVID on Campus - KC Woods, Syracuse Associate Director of Financial Aid
COVID on Campus
Published: December 15, 2020

KC Woods, associate director of Syracuse University’s Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs, on managing the office during the pandemic.

COVID on Campus - resident advisor Amit Chandramouly
COVID on Campus
Published: December 15, 2020

COVID on Campus: Policy studies sophomore Amit Chandramouly is a resident advisor in Lawrinson Hall.

Gamma Phi Beta sorority at Syracuse University.
COVID on Campus
Published: December 15, 2020

Terri Hoalcraft is the facility director for Gamma Phi Beta sorority at Syracuse University.

Fall 2020 Vignettes of Syracuse students
Campus News
Published: December 13, 2020

Syracuse University students and professors share how they made it through the pandemic and how it has impacted their future plans.

Rebecca Jin at laptop
Campus News
Published: December 9, 2020

International students at Syracuse University are taking gap years to pursue other opportunities amid the pandemic.

Sarah Tarbell in her dorm room
Campus News
Published: December 8, 2020

After dealing with childhood anxiety and traumatic stress, Syracuse University freshman Sarah Tarbell faces a new challenge with online classes during the coronavirus pandemic.