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Past articles by Connor:

Used books and vinyls are given a new home at Books & Melodies

The used book and music shop in Eastwood gets new items every day, adding to its extensive collection that spans five rooms and a basement. → Read More

Beatles tribute band brings ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ to life 50 years after its release

“RAIN: A Tribute to The Beatles” will turn the Landmark Theatre into a psychedelic, timeless experience Thursday, playing the entire Sgt. Pepper’s album and other Beatles classics. → Read More

SU alumnus recruits future Planters Peanutters with NUTmobile

Alumnus Liam Sullivan and his peanutter partners Elise Grover and Iara Aldape brought the peanut on wheels to Syracuse University last week to recruit and talk about their times on the “nutty highways of America.” → Read More

#CuseDuragDay aims to unite black community at Syracuse University

Three students have brought a viral trend at other universities to SU to shine light on the durag’s importance in black culture. → Read More

‘Impractical Jokers’ add show at Landmark Theatre

The truTV comedy show stars plan a stop in Syracuse on Jan. 21 as part of their “Santiago Sent Us” tour. → Read More

Kevin Hart to return to Syracuse as part of his ‘Irresponsible’ tour

The comedian, actor and author will perform at the Oncenter on March 11. Tickets for the stand-up show go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. on Ticketmaster. → Read More

Comedian from ‘Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King’ to speak at SU

Hasan Minhaj, comedian, writer, actor and host to speak at Goldstein Auditorium on Oct. 27. The lecture is hosted by University Union and University Lectures. → Read More

Your guide to the candidates for king and queen of Homecoming Court 2017

Homecoming Court is a deep-rooted tradition in the Syracuse University community, and these 10 seniors want to honor that tradition. Here is your guide to the nominees for the 2017 Homecoming Court. → Read More

Syracuse Stage will offer pay-what-you-will tickets for this season’s shows

The professional theater will sell 76 pay-what-you-will tickets for each of its first three performances, including “The Three Musketeers,” “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” and “The Wizard of Oz.” → Read More

Syracuse native Rev. Theodore Hesburgh commemorated on stamp

A century after he was born in Syracuse, Rev. Theodore Hesburgh will be honored for his work for social justice at Notre Dame and in the Catholic Church. → Read More

30 men don teal to aid in the fight against ovarian cancer

Every September, Hope for Heather selects 30 Syracuse men to fight ovarian cancer by spreading awareness during National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. → Read More

Winter is coming: Road trips to take before Syracuse gets too chilly

Before winter comes, check out these must-see stops in upstate New York. Go apple picking, camping or hiking with your buddies this weekend. → Read More

5 things to know about Juice Jam headliner Diplo

DJ, record producer, member of Major Lazer and member of Jack Ü. Diplo is headlining Juice Jam 2017 on September 10. Check out these five things to know about him. → Read More

Country music star Josh Turner to perform at The Oncenter

On Saturday, October 28, the MCA Nashville recording artist will perform hit songs from his latest album “Deep South” at The Oncenter’s Crouse Hinds Theater. → Read More

Syracuse Stage play will have Johny Cash fans falling into a ring of fire

Syracuse Stage will host the musical “Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash” next month in which the cast performs Cash classics like “I Walk the Line” and “Folsom Prison Blues.” → Read More

‘Juice Box’: students work all semester in class promoting this concert

Twenty music industry and Bandier students take on this one-of-a-kind class project to promote a concert at the Westcott Theater. → Read More

The green line on Nancy Duffy Lane is there for a reason

Mayor Stephanie Miner, also this year’s Grand High Marshal of the parade, will continue the green stripe tradition on Nancy Duffy Lane. → Read More

Tennis program makes pros out of children with autism

For children with autism, social skills can be tough. This program at Drumlins Tennis Club kicks off its second session Saturday to develop those skills using tennis. → Read More