It’s midterm time for students here in Syracuse, New York, and everyone’s stress levels are inevitably higher than necessary.
“What’s the best way to relax and jump-start the flow of those creative juices?” one may ask. Well obviously the right answer is … a concert on a Wednesday night!
The NewsHouse presents episode two of Goal Line Extended, a new show about Syracuse lacrosse.
This week, Will Scott sits down with Marcus Gronauer and Lead Sports Producer Will Muoio to discuss the Syracuse women’s win over Albany and the men’s triple overtime win over Army. The show also looks forward to next week’s ACC opener, where both teams face off against the University of Virginia.
Did you miss last week’s episode? Check it out below.
Public relations students, faculty and staff filled up every inch of the Costas Corner at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications for an important cause. On Feb. 26, graduate students in the Newhouse PR program hosted and moderated PRogress SU: Diversity and Women in Public Relations. This panel is part of the Newhouse School’s ongoing efforts to promote diversity and inclusion with the help of four, experienced women in the PR field.
DURHAM, N.C. — In a game with 35 missed threes and 48 points in the paint, Syracuse (18-11, 7-9 ACC) felt the pressure of Cameron Indoor Stadium and crumbled under Duke (24-5, 12-4 ACC) 60-44.
The fourth-ranked Syracuse Orange added an exclamation point win to its season as they cruised passed Albany 19-12. The ladies are 3-0 and have scored a total of 59-goals.
After a successful West Coast road trip defeating Oregon 17-11, the Orange got right back to work. Heading into Thursday’s game, Syracuse moved up three spots to number four in this weeks IWLCA poll.
Emily Hawryschuk led all scorers with an outstanding five-point performance. The attackman tallied four goals while picking up an assist.
After a typically cold and snowy Syracuse day, students were treated to an evening of hot chocolate, desserts, and a cappella in honor of Syracuse University’s annual Winter Carnival on Thursday night. Presented by the SU A Cappella Council.
An opportunity to secure a big Top-10 win at home versus North Carolina (22-7, 11-5 ACC) slipped away from the Syracuse Orange (18-10, 7-8 ACC), losing 78-74 on Wednesday.
In front of 27,165 fans in orange and blue, Syracuse tried multiple times to come back in the game and grab a late lead against a Tar Heels team entering the game on five-straight wins.
It was an unusually warm February night at Hendricks Chapel, and Dr. Vijay Kumar made sure to acknowledge that as he thanked the audience that turned out to listen to his speech.
“I’ve been to Syracuse 4 times, and I’ve learned usually not to come during a month with the letter R in its name,” Kumar joked, drawing laughter and applause from the crowd.
Kiki Smith, one of the most engaged artists of her generation, tackled themes dealing with the representation of the female body and the AIDS epidemic, originally wanted to be an artist that made items to sell at Macy’s. With five Venice Biennales and a mention in “TIME 100: The People Who Shape Our World” under her belt, it is safe to say that Smith’s influence has extended outside of her dream of a department store, which she eventually rejected.