In this debut episode, producer Abby Fritz discusses cooking for those you love with Angie Alberto.
Students celebrate their creative passions at the first in-person holiday art sale since the pandemic.
SU Food Services hosts Nestle Professional Chef Alex Dino in Sadler Hall, where he prepares and serves plant-based dishes to students.
There’s nothing like a home-cooked, fall-inspired meal to enjoy the season’s peak.
Syracuse is home to an eclectic community of album lovers, dedicated to the authentic audio experience and the nostalgia culture of records.
SU junior Amanda Kruman turned her quarantine into @fullywyred, a booming Instagram jewelry business.
Syracuse University senior started her own small cake business, “Lunch Box Cakes by Zo,” right out of her apartment.
Familiar pumpkin activities and cuisines have been around since August, but there are so many more unique pumpkin-related activities and products you must try this season.
Rip the Runway fashion show delivered The Met Gala experience this year with live music, dance, and fashion in Syracuse’s Goldstein Auditorium.