Entertainment
THE FRENCH DISPATCH movie poster
Movies
Published: November 3, 2021

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.

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Arts & Culture
Published: November 2, 2021

Light Work photography center displays new exhibition from the work of James Henkel in Object Lessons through Dec. 9.

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Entertainment
Published: October 31, 2021

Yvonne Orji of HBO’s “Insecure” spoke to SU students about her life, career and her hopes for diversity in the entertainment industry.

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Music
Published: October 27, 2021

The upstate New York opera company makes a triumphant return after the COVID-19 shutdown.

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Music
Published: October 26, 2021

The singer-songwriter sat down with The NewsHouse, jitters and all, to talk music, career and being a college student.

Tai Verdes was the highlight of the night with his feel-good music and confident stage presence. (Photo by Cali Delisle)
Music
Published: October 24, 2021

The concert series, presented by University Union, returned to its in-person format in Goldstein Auditorium.

The Executive Team of Culture Cauldron
Entertainment
Published: October 23, 2021

Culture Cauldron, a digital performance series and music and video production team, has recently worked with SU artists Sarah Gross and Peter Groppe.

images of Tai Verdes, Maude Latour and Ben Spence
Entertainment
Published: October 21, 2021

The Tik Tok star will take the stage on Oct. 22, for University Union’s fall concert along with Maude Latour and Ben Spence.

John Cale, Sterling Morrison and Lou Reed from archival photography from “The Velvet Underground.”
Movies
Published: October 18, 2021

The film documents the life of Lou Reed, the frontman of the band and a Syracuse alum, and violinist John Cale who started the Velvet Underground.

Photo of actors in the play Eureka Day at Syracuse Stage in Syracuse, NY
Entertainment
Published: October 18, 2021

Syracuse Stage is back with a relevant comedy about choice, community, and the never-ending debate around vaccines.