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Life & Style
Published: October 14, 2020

With apple picking season upon us, here’s how the fall-favorite activity has changed during the pandemic.

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Life & Style
Published: October 12, 2020

With the fall semester about halfway through, SU students are sharing how they’re maintaining their mental and physical health.

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Life & Style
Published: September 30, 2020

With online classes underway and midterms coming up, here’s a list of study spots to get you (safely) out of your dorm or apartment.

Must-red books for fall 2020
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.

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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
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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.