Thornden Park event provided the chance for community organizers and citizens to connect about their interests in preserving the planet.
Women in Communications and the Newhouse Career Development Center hosted an event to spark an empowering conversation on sexual assault and harassment in the workplace, featuring three panelists.
For a better snooze, college students should keep their smartphones out of bed.
Healthy Monday Syracuse brings Dr. Kaushal Nanavati to campus on Monday to give a lunch lecture on mindfulness, in honor of National Public Health Week.
The author’s talk at Le Moyne College will cover many subjects that he also discusses in his memoir: a meditation on identity, and a terrifying portrait of an intelligent young man crippled by addiction.
March 24 nationwide was a sea of orange and blue: Orange for gun control and blue for the March’s merchandise. However, some people got creative.
Artist Kiki Smith visits Syracuse University to talk about her new solo exhibition,”Kiki Smith and Paper: The Body, the Muse, and the Spirit,” featured at SU’s Shemin Auditorium.
Although the cuddling business caters to different types of needs, it seems Americans are deprived of touch, and willing to pay for it.
The death of a pet once left owners to suffer in silence, but with a new understanding of a pet’s role in society, efforts are being made to recognize their grief and help them cope.