Syracuse University students who quarantined this semester after exposure to COVID-19 said it was difficult to miss out on events this semester, but felt it was important to keep their peers safe.
Dominated by COVID-19 spikes and scares, this semester life at SU was not the usual college experience.
New York State announces that Syracuse is now an orange zone, on the same day the SU abroad office cancelled all but one spring program.
As coronavirus outbreaks persist on campus, students begin moving out of their dorms to return home.
Active campus case counts surpass 220 with nearly 600 student in quarantine as of Thursday, just after shutting down in-person learning.
With 98 cases were identified between Oct. 23 and Nov. 6, SU came dangerously close to the threshold of stopping in-person learning.
In an email on Friday, Robert D. Hradsky warned students about a troubling increase in COVID-19 cases as a result of off-campus parties.
SU alumni Thom Felicia speaks about design trends, the LGBTQ+ community, and “Queer Eye,” hosted by WAER.
Former U.S. Attorney General reviews the board’s structure, three main functions and responsibilities, but was quick to stress that the proposal is not final.
Uber and Lyft driver Troy Boyer is hoping to bring a sense of normalcy to the SU campus by continuing to hand out candy and engage with the community.