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Life & Style
Published: September 22, 2020

From a thriller about a death at a wedding to a memoir about being a contemporary woman in the business world, these are some of the best reads of the season.

he exercise equipment is placed six feet apart to enforce social distancing.
Life & Style
Published: September 14, 2020

The Barnes Center has reopened its doors to the SU community, ensuring health and saftey in its day-to-day operations.

Nutrition Science grad student Melissa Navarro shows some Orange pride by wearing a mask adorned with oranges. "I bought the mask from my friend's Etsy shop and as soon as I saw the one with oranges and I couldn't resist."
Life & Style
Published: August 31, 2020

Syracuse University students share the meaning behind their masks as they express their personal style.

Bar interior with Gay Pride flags on display
Life & Style
Published: June 30, 2020

From Syracuse’s Wunderbar to San Francisco’s The Stud, it’s up to queer community to help them survive.

Graduation 2020: The Last time I was on campus
Life & Style
Published: May 6, 2020

Commentary: Syracuse senior reflects on how the coronavirus pandemic completely upended her final semester.

Jonathan Van Ness
Life & Style
Published: April 26, 2020

In a Zoom webinar hosted by University Union, Jonathan Van Ness and moderator Michelle Buteau logged in from their living rooms on Saturday night.

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Life & Style
Published: April 23, 2020

In this time of isolation, feeling alone, depressed, anxious or just mentally struggling are normal and expected, according to experts.

Jonah Karp works from home on his laptop
Life & Style
Published: April 21, 2020

As schools across the country shut down, students and administrators try their best to adapt to working from home in uncertain times.

Courtesy of SU Drama
Life & Style
Published: April 17, 2020

Distance learning prevents students from accessing key theater resources and has forced them to find other ways to develop their techniques.

Marshall Street remains largely empty except for healthcare workers who work at the nearby hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic
Life & Style
Published: April 12, 2020

Restaurants on Marshall and Westcott streets have seen a steep decline in business since the spread of the coronavirus forced students off campus.