Originally a Zoom production, Sarah Gancher’s play follows five IRA workers as they generate madness on American social media to sway the 2016 election.
Via’s Cookies works to close the education gap by donating a percentage of its profits to LGBTQ+ and BiPOC students in college.
On Wednesday, Feb. 22, New York State finalized its plan to lower the hours needed for farmworkers to qualify for overtime pay.
Thousands swarm for the first green beer of the season at Coleman’s Authentic Irish Pub in Tipperary Hill.
Syracuse hosted five of the winter sports events for the New York Special Olympics, bringing in over 500 athletes from across the state to vie for medals.
Some students say they’d never get behind the wheel under the influence but don’t think twice about getting on electric scooters, bikes and skateboards.
The downtown Syracuse food hall is hosting Black musicians such as the Brownskin Band and cooking demos this month.
Gov. Hochul’s administration is working to fund better mental health resources in New York State, but the money may not be enough to equalize access for marginalized communities.
A quest to capture cultural and sociological moments of residents in a Syracuse, New York, neighborhood.
TikTok is proving to be a valuable resource for low-income and minority students as they apply to universities.