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Past articles by Lydia:

Meditation sessions on campus provide opportunities for self-discovery

Tucked away in the basement of Hendricks, student leaders, Buddhist Co-Chaplains and community volunteers lead meditation sessions for members of the SU community. → Read More

Your ultimate guide for specialty coffee blends, origins in Syracuse

Here’s a breakdown of all the local blends and origins to kick International Coffee Day into full gear. → Read More

Here’s what you need to know about this year’s Juice Jam performers

University Union’s annual Juice Jam music festival is this weekend, and here’s what you need to know about the artists performing. → Read More

Syracuse still mourns, remembers 9/11

The tragic terrorist attacks that took place on Sept. 11, 2001 are still remembered by the Syracuse community, 17 years later. → Read More

A$AP Ferg, Playboi Carti to co-headline Juice Jam 2018

University Union announced Friday that the two rappers will co-headline the annual music festival, with the support of artists Anne-Marie, Loud Luxury and Omar Apollo. → Read More

SU students’ e-sports startup receives $500,000 in investments

Angelo Damiano, a recent Syracuse graduate, teamed up with junior Michael Paris to create PowerSpike — an esports communications platform that was recently boosted with $500,000 in investments. → Read More

Dean’s Convocation marks beginning of new semester, mindset for Hendricks

Hendricks Chapel serves as the heart of Syracuse University’s campus, and last night’s Dean’s Convocation kicks the semester off. → Read More

Obama Foundation and UChicago partner to grow next generation of leaders

The Obama Foundation and University of Chicago announced a new scholarship program in hopes of shaping the next generation of leaders. → Read More

Architecture professor to take next steps in 5-year research project in Serbia

Mitesh Dixit is an architect, philosopher, lecturer and educator, who is wrapping up his first semester at Syracuse University. → Read More

Onondaga Historical Association embraces past, present and future as leaders apply new twist to nonprofits

The Onondaga Historical Association was put under new leadership 10 years ago, and today the organization applies multifaceted approach to its storytelling. → Read More

Folk rock group Driftwood to perform at The Westcott Theater

Driftwood, a Binghamton-based folk rock band, is set to perform at The Westcott Theater on Friday night. The band recently signed onto new management and has a collaboration in place with a major music producer. → Read More

4 Syracuse University traditions to teach your family this weekend

As Family Weekend approaches, here’s a list of four traditions you and your family can embrace with all of the events offered. → Read More

All Poets & Heroes to debut latest EP and new sound at Otro Cinco

The Syracuse band has spent the last few months transforming its sound and will debut its latest EP at Otro Cinco Saturday night. → 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 Gun Show brings thousands of war history buffs to fairgrounds

The annual September show displayed about 1,200 tables with rifles, swords and pickles, continuing a deep-rooted tradition. → Read More

Syracuse University alumnus uncovers foggy history of lynching in South

With a new vision and angle, Lance Warren and Hannah Ayer depict the many ways racial terror has reshaped and partially destroyed black families across the country. → Read More

5 ways to recover from your Juice Jam hangover, according to science

Juice Jam is around the corner and so are all the pregames, parties and after-parties that come with it. Learn how to recover from Syracuse University's fall festival. → Read More

Gannon’s Isle Ice Cream closes downtown location

Syracuse staple Gannon’s Isle Ice Cream closed its downtown location on Jefferson Street. It is unclear whether the frozen dairy treat chain will open a different location in replacement. → Read More

Get up and get out — your guide to hiking in central New York

When winter hits in Syracuse, it hits hard. Here is where to go hiking in the area before the snowstorms begin. → Read More

Junior finds missed market in production field, creates her own company

Oriane Playner launched Passion Production Studios after noticing a gap in the market. The creative agency specializes in photo and video pre-production. → Read More