SahBabii, Melii, Valee performed at University Union’s Bandersnatch concert at Syracuse University.
Syracuse University Drama’s newest production ponders the relationship between life, death and the afterlife, as well as what it means to be a gay Christian man.
The Coyne Gallery exhibit ‘Smile, You’re on Camera!’ runs through Nov. 16 and ponders the morals of surveillance.
The country rocker took the stage at Syracuse’s The Lost Horizon.
With the Grateful Dead veteran on guitar, Don Was on bass and Jay Lane on drums the trio played to a packed house.
Joined by award-winning producer Don Was, the Grateful Dead guitarist discussed all things “sound.”
Vanessa Võ hopes her “Odyssey” multimedia show Friday at Hendricks Chapel conveys the message that we’re all in the same “boat.”
Review: The gripping drama, “Possessing Harriet,” is a play inspired by local Central New York’s history of slavery and written by award-winning playwright Kyle Bass. The historical play tells an emotional story of a slave’s escape to freedom.
The Nov. 14 event will open with Chicago rapper Valee and singer/songwriter Melii.
On a gloomy night in Syracuse, NY, pop-punk band Good Charlotte illuminated S.I. Hall, spreading a message of love, hope and perseverance in the face of adversity.