Malik Robinson, Nottingham High School senior class president, advocates for “Black excellence” by creating an annual student-run Black History Month event.
BIPOC survivors fail to receive the empowerment and belief afforded their white counterparts, but social media platforms provide a place for them to start healing.
Teaching at LeMoyne for 30 years, Nicolina Pizzuto has taken on the challenge of teaching a new grade level and doing so virtually during her final year.
Three Onondaga County union reps who work in the Department of Children and Family Services are sounding an alarm that the child welfare system is understaffed, putting local kids at risk.
Deaf and hard-of-hearing voters must overcome many obstacles to vote.
Retired Syracuse business exec Joseph Pagano won’t let COVID-19 or MS keep him from being with the ones he loves.
Throughout the pandemic, Julia Grygon works as a nurse in New Jersey while simultaneously running her own dance studio. Managing both roles this year came with a learning curve.
Ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, learn how the Syracuse College of Law graduate became the university’s most notable alumnus.
Abu Agela Masud Kheir Al-Marimi is the third Libyan intelligence official linked to the 1988 airline bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland.