The Office of Multicultural Affairs and BRI showcased the voices and talents of student-artists of color in an array of mediums.
Syracuse Stage’s Matilda the Musical is a must-see musical romp filled with fun, talent and a dazzling production design.
Based on the novella by Nella Larson, “Passing” follows the lives of two Black women living in the 1920s who reunite after years of living separate, wildly different lives.
Jane Campion directs an ode to the vulnerability and complexity of the American Wild West in her film ‘The Power of the Dog.’
The maverick alternative rockers created a high-energy live spectacle Friday at Syracuse’s Crouse Hinds Theater.
Prayers for the Stolen follows the lives of three young girls in a cartel-run village in Mexico, rebelling against their fear and grief through tenderness and friendship.
Ronni-Leigh Goeman shared her art with the SU community as part of her “Each One, Inspired” artist lecture.
House gigs are part of nightlife on Syracuse University’s campus, and student organizations are funding the music scene with their own money.
The Syracuse University Communication and Rhetorical Studies department’s first staged production dives into love, trauma and grief within the LGBTQIA+ community.
Watching ‘The French Dispatch’ leaves you with the same feeling as after you finish reading an issue of the NY-based magazine a little confused but also completely in awe.