First-year student Trevor Pierce died after colliding with a trolley at the intersection of Comstock and Waverly avenues.
Administrators have confirmed the infection rate has “meaningfully declined” as daily active cases decreased to 87 as of Thursday.
University officials move forward with efforts to include sign language in foreign language programs.
Students are impacted by COVID-19 in more than one way this fall, including the extra stress of online learning and intense socializing restrictions.
As the second University Lectures speaker, Nikole Hannah-Jones shares her influence in the journalism industry and her passion for telling stories.
Although coronavirus restrictions have forced events to be cancelled or postponed this year, students still honor the lives lost on Pan Am Flight 103.
Syracuse University nears the threshold for transitioning to online, with a total of 80 positive cases in the past 2 weeks.
The traditional March week off is eliminated in order to minimize COVID risk and continue residential instruction.
“NCIS” star Wilmer Valderrama discusses the importance of diversity in Hollywood and his commitment to community service in the first University Lecture.
In an email sent out to the Syracuse community Friday evening, Loretta Lynch addressed how the board will review the Department of Public Safety.