Life & Style
Person taking photo of their food.
Life & Style
Published: March 25, 2021

TikTok has been a major source of new recipes and meal ideas for many of its users, including foodies and beginners in the kitchen.

Maggie D'Amaro Profile
Life & Style
Published: March 23, 2021

SU student Maggie D’Amaro says the condition she’s had since age nine has only made her stronger.

Wheelchair Quarterback: Universal Design for Learning
Life & Style
Published: March 22, 2021

The Wheelchair Quarterback: Syracuse University’s newly-adopted learning strategy greatly benefits students with disabilities.

Different foods are arranged in one area.
Life & Style
Published: March 19, 2021

Take time to prioritize your physical and mental health during National Nutrition Month by improving your relationship with food.

Bella Borek poses for photo.
Life & Style
Published: March 18, 2021

Bella Borek, marketing sophomore and founder of Reworked Clothing, started her business over the summer.

Kennedy Hagens ‘21 (left), Damilola Olatunji ‘21 (center), and Justine Hastings '21 (right)
Life & Style
Published: March 16, 2021

Graduate student Kennedy Hagens and seniors Damilola Olatunji and Justine Hastings are opening doors for Black women on campus through campus involvement.

Coleman's green beer
Life & Style
Published: March 15, 2021

The pandemic has restricted many Syracuse favorite Saint Patrick’s Day traditions like the parade, but there are still other COVID-friendly ways to enjoy the holiday.

A person sits on a couch reading a book.
Life & Style
Published: March 12, 2021

Syracuse students are quite familiar with being stuck indoors due to cold weather, but the pandemic poses a new challenge to safely pursue fun, indoor activities in their free time.

Movie and TV scenes and posters are illustrated in front of an illustration of the Hollywood sign.
Life & Style
Published: March 8, 2021

The Wheelchair Quarterback: It’s not just having more actors with disabilities but the characters they get to be.

Student works online on the steps of Carnegie Hall.
Life & Style
Published: March 8, 2021

With only two days off this semester, both students and mental health professionals have a variety of opinions concerning the mental health repercussions that the removal of the break will have on the student body.