Off Campus
"All women's lives matter" was chanted throughout downtown Syracuse during this year's women's march. The event was put on by many different activists groups in Syracuse. (Photo by Patrick Linehan)
Off Campus
Published: October 17, 2020

Protestors gathered this Saturday in light of the recent Supreme Court nomination and the upcoming election.

Salt City Market rendering
Off Campus
Published: October 16, 2020

Three months away from its grand opening, the new food hall will offer an array of cuisines from various cultures.

Students can find drop boxes like this at Bird Library, the Barnes Center, and the Goldstein Student Center.
Politics
Published: October 2, 2020

Onondaga Votes and Cuse Otto Vote are among the initiatives aimed at increasing youth voter participation in Syracuse.

Banners outside Samson Pavilion at Case Western Reserve University for the 2020 Presidential Debate on Sept. 29, 2020.
Politics
Published: September 30, 2020

Students engaged in a chat discussion and Q&A with political science professors over Zoom.

Saturday September 26, 2020. Clinton Square, Syracuse, New York. Rebirth Syracuse hosted a night of peaceful demonstration in response to a report that SPD assaulted a naked Black man who was experiencing a mental health crisis last night. They also seek to remind Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh of their demands to defund the police.
Off Campus
Published: September 28, 2020

Saturday night’s rally was organized following an incident between Syracuse Police officers and a Black man experiencing a mental health crisis.

Trump vs. Biden: China in the 2020 Presidential Election
Politics
Published: September 28, 2020

The 2020 election may influence future relations between the U.S. and China

Two former Army soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injuries form a shared connection through their struggles.
Off Campus
Published: September 21, 2020

Two former soldiers crossed paths and discovered they face shared challenges after being discharged from the service.

Hundreds showed up to protest the unlawful treatment of POC by police following the death of Daniel Prude who died in police custody March 23rd. Rochester, NY.
Off Campus
Published: September 12, 2020

Black Lives Matter protesters from across New York marched for the 10th consecutive night to demand justice for Daniel Prude who died in police custody.

Jeff Foley watches the "Pink Palace" House First at 749 W Onondaga Street on July 28, 2020.
Off Campus
Published: July 29, 2020

The 1885 home in the Skunk City neighborhood known as the “Pink Palace” was built by famed architect Archimedes Russell.

The American Dream hides somewhere along the U.S.-Mexico border
Off Campus
Published: June 12, 2020

With political division, systemic racism, and inequality tearing the country apart, do those newly entering this nation stand a chance of realizing their dreams?