On Friday and Saturday night, student organization DanceWorks performed original choreography in Goldstein Auditorium in their show titled “DanceWorks: Live from New York.”
Wearing hair naturally within the Black community is an act of self-expression and of freedom as beauty standards begin to shift.
SU alumnus Richard Block owns one of the largest autograph collections in the Central New York region.
SU Junior Louisa Williams won ASU’s Miss Africa Pageant, during which the organization called for women empowerment and solidarity with #NotAgainSU.
Syracuse’s first drone racing team hosted pilots from around the region for a day of indoor racing at a local sports bar.
In honor of Black History Month, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Barnes Center at The Arch hosted its first Martial Arts Expo.
In a night of laughter, cheer and advocacy for equality, Pride Union crowns Syracuse University’s latest drag show queen.
The 18th annual drag show will take place on Thursday, and will crown one of these four finalists as the winner.
Syracuse’s 16th annual Downtown Dining Week begins Feb. 17, featuring 46 restaurants and specialty dishes.
The Bachelorette’s Tyler Cameron visited Syracuse University on Saturday night for an event with Orange After Dark.