Every year, First Year Players puts on a musical production with a cast of just first-year students. The director of this year’s production guarantees Newsies to be unlike any FYP musical so far.
On Saturday night at Goldstein Auditorium, the two rappers Pusha T and Flipp Dinero performed at the SU “’Cuse Can! It Starts With Us” event.
The Emmy Award-winning actress and comedian wowed the audience in her phone-free comedy set that kicked off University Union’s day-long ‘Cuse Can! It Starts With Us celebration.
Comedian and rappers will perform at April 6 events to promote a conversation about community issues.
These are the acts that stood as Austin, Texas buzzed at the annual music festival.
Co-founder of the E Street Band discusses his musical legacy, acting as well as his upcoming projects.
Veteran rock journalist Anthony DeCurtis explores the school’s ties to The Velvet Underground founder and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member.
Despite the cold weather, Syracuse’s sixth annual music event sees big turnout.
In the dead of Syracuse winter, Netflix is giving us some life with the return of Queer Eye, Arrested Development, new comedy specials, trippy robots, and trusty classics.
Fine Arts major Isabel Souza reflects on her identity and finds solace in combining an old school medium with updated techniques.