From all in-person meetings and shows Syracuse University’s fashion student organization has revamped how they operate during the pandemic.
The November Project Syracuse hosts free weekly workouts for community members outside, no matter the weather.
The Wheelchair QB: Helena Schmidt, who has cerebral palsy, and Alison Gilmore, SU sport analytics freshman, use their disabilities to their advantage through advocacy.
Despite the pandemic, SU was able to send a small group of architecture students to study in Florence, Italy, this semester.
Throwing out our spring quarantine attire, our closets may need a serious makeover. Here are some of the latest clothing do’s and don’t’s for spring 2021.
Many students are learning how to read tarot cards to help guide themselves and their friends through the uncertainty that life has brought in abundance over the past year.
The Wheelchair QB: In a Q&A with The NewsHouse, Kuusisto advocates for the disability community’s involvement in diversity initiatives.
As temperatures rise and COVID restrictions continue, Central New York offers a wide range of safe attractions that you must go to this spring.
The Wheelchair Quarterback: During Autism Awareness Month this April, advocates say awareness alone is not enough to improve inclusivity.
Starting March 28, National Cleaning Week promotes a clean lifestyle to improve mental and physical health.