The National Organization of Minority Architecture Students and the International Mentor Squad collaborate on a new installation at this year’s festival.
SU’s alumni weekend, Oct. 28-31, returns for the first in-person experience since 2019.
The ceremony pays tribute to the tragedy as its 33rd anniversary approaches.
This year marks the 33rd anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on Dec. 21, 1988.
In a video originally posted by The Tab, onlookers recorded a man being attacked by a group of people on University Avenue near Marshall Street.
Phi Kappa Psi commemorated the lives of Hunter Watson and Vinny Maugeri Monday night and raised awareness against distracted driving.
Syracuse University’s Graduate School is set to decide later this month on whether or not to continue the program.
Students share their opinions on the FDA’s authorization of a Pfizer booster shot and what getting a third dose means for the ongoing pandemic.
The symposium was the first in a series of Syracuse University events discussing the impact of Title IX as the 50th anniversary approaches.
How an app originally popular in 2013 has returned to college campuses, and how the developers have changed to make sure it doesn’t have the same fate as last time.