Commentary: Syracuse senior reflects on how the coronavirus pandemic completely upended her final semester.
In a Zoom webinar hosted by University Union, Jonathan Van Ness and moderator Michelle Buteau logged in from their living rooms on Saturday night.
In this time of isolation, feeling alone, depressed, anxious or just mentally struggling are normal and expected, according to experts.
As schools across the country shut down, students and administrators try their best to adapt to working from home in uncertain times.
Distance learning prevents students from accessing key theater resources and has forced them to find other ways to develop their techniques.
Restaurants on Marshall and Westcott streets have seen a steep decline in business since the spread of the coronavirus forced students off campus.
Here are some entertainment ideas and lifestyle suggestions for your COVID-19 shelter in place.
Syracuse University students share how their past week played out amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic.
On Friday and Saturday night, student organization DanceWorks performed original choreography in Goldstein Auditorium in their show titled “DanceWorks: Live from New York.”
Wearing hair naturally within the Black community is an act of self-expression and of freedom as beauty standards begin to shift.