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SU alumnus works to combat displacement from I-81 project as Blueprint 15 director

Blueprint 15 formed partially in response to concerns around displacement that could result from the impending Interstate-81 removal project. → Read More

SU alumnus works to combat displacement from I-81 project as Blueprint 15 director

Blueprint 15 formed partially in response to concerns around displacement that could result from the impending Interstate-81 removal project. → Read More

‘A profound problem’: Faculty detail discrimination they've faced at SU

Investigations into campus climate at SU this year found that faculty and staff of marginalized backgrounds experience discrimination on campus. → Read More

New York extends moratorium on evictions until end of August

The moratorium, which was previously extended until May 1, was initially put in place at the beginning of the pandemic. → Read More

New York businesses can open at full capacity starting May 19

Businesses may open at full capacity beginning May 19 if they can accommodate 6 feet of distance between patrons. → Read More

SU Steam Station’s complicated relationship with a Syracuse neighborhood

Throughout its nearly 100-year history, the Steam Station has made efforts to reduce its footprint in the community and give back to residents. → Read More

Nyah Jones wants students to know more about SA comptroller, Finance Board

Jones said her experience serving on SA’s Finance Board the past two years makes her a suitable choice for comptroller. → Read More

Indoor seating in dining halls, Schine to reopen this week

Dining halls and dining options in SU’s student centers have been operating with grab-and-go service since March. → Read More

GSO looks to secure space for graduate students in Marshall Square Mall

If approved, graduate students could use the space for tutoring or hosting small events, or just as a lounge space. → Read More

SA pushes back election week to end of April

Since the pandemic delayed the start of the spring semester, SA passed a bill Monday night to push back the election date. → Read More

Students rally against sexual assault at virtual Take Back the Night

Speakers and organizers at the event discussed the obstacles that make it challenging for survivors to report their assault. → Read More

SU to host virtual events for Transgender Week of Liberation

Trans Week of Liberation, which began Monday, consists of events celebrating transgender, nonbinary and gender noncomforming people all this week. → Read More

How students feel about Lynch's recommendation to rework DPS shuttle service

Lynch and her team said they’ve heard a number of complaints from students regarding the service, which contributes to their negative view of DPS. → Read More

What the 1st-year seminar course replacing SEM 100 might look like

The FYS 101 faculty advisory committee has already released a proposed syllabus for the course. → Read More

SU students had to push for 2 wellness days. They're still overwhelmed.

With the semester half over, some students said they’re particularly worn out. → Read More

Students adjust to increased COVID-19 protocols amid spike in dorms

SU closed all indoor dining spaces, including Schine Student Center and campus dining halls, on Wednesday after detecting clusters of COVID-19 cases in residence halls. → Read More

Explaining Board of Trustees' $50 million plan to hire, keep diverse faculty

As part of the board’s strategic plan on faculty diversity hiring, SU will hire at least 70 additional faculty from underrepresented backgrounds. → Read More

Syracuse University aiming for in-person spring 2021 commencement

Holding an in-person ceremony ultimately depends on guidance from the state and the public health situation. → Read More

New 1st-year seminar course aims to enhance discussions of race, identity

The new course seeks to better discuss topics of race and identity as well as the transition to college life. → Read More

SU community observes Disability Day of Mourning

Disability Day of Mourning honors people with disabilities who were murdered by their parents or caregivers. → Read More