Entertainment
Goldie Scott
Entertainment
Published: April 10, 2021

Goldie Scott, who dropped out of SU after fall 2019, is creating a music video for her new single “RaRa.”

SYRACUSE, NY APRIL 3, 2021: Jewis Vuitton performs on stage at Goldstein Auditorium. He makes eye contact with his friends in the crowd that are cheering and singing along with him. Photo by Maddie Crooke
Entertainment
Published: April 4, 2021

With a mash-up of lyrical artists like BRI and hard rockers like Anish Ghosh, the COVID safe concert showcased a variety of SU’s talent.

Illustrator Lisk Feng
Arts & Culture
Published: April 2, 2021

The award-winning illustrator has worked on projects for companies such as Airbnb and Apple and publications such as The New Yorker.

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Music
Published: March 30, 2021

For the first time, University Union is hosting a concert comprised entirely of student musicians.

Charli XCX performing
Music
Published: March 21, 2021

Charli sang along with a backtrack, and she brought energy to the otherwise empty stage, dancing along to her upbeat tunes to deliver a performance just as fun as she is.

Art pieces is display cases in a gallery
Arts & Culture
Published: March 18, 2021

The two-day virtual event aims to explore the role of the museum in the face of economic fallout and a national call for racial justice.

Annapurna Poster
Entertainment
Published: March 18, 2021

Review: Syracuse Stage presents the touching play that manages to pack humor, pathos, and even mystery into the story of an ex-couple beaten down by circumstance.

Jackson Pollock's "Red Composition"
Arts & Culture
Published: March 16, 2021

Deaccession has become the buzzword of 2020 thanks to the Everson Museum’s deaccession of a Jackson Pollock work in order to purchase works from underrepresented groups.

Mae Muller laying down on three brown cochins
Music
Published: March 16, 2021

The 23-year-old UK singer-songwriter conveyed important messages of empowerment in her Zoom chat with the Women’s Empowerment Project.

Artist Lauren Kalman's "But if the Crime is Beautiful… Hoods" is a project in reaction to architect Adolf Loos’ 1910 lecture "Ornament and Crime," where he proposes that ornament is regressive and that, in (his) contemporary society, only criminals and degenerates are decorated (this includes women).
Arts & Culture
Published: March 13, 2021

Detroit-based contemporary artist’s new-age approach to art is a perfect fit for SU’s revamped art collection initiatives.