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Past articles by Sarah:

The Westcott Theater hosts virtual and private events for local artists

The theater is part of an initiative to provide relief for independent venues from the federal government. → Read More

Cultural Centers Welcome Fair to feature student resources

Students and faculty from cultural-based organizations will have the opportunity to celebrate a new year for students. The Culture Centers Welcome fair will feature resources… → Read More

University Union announces 2019 fall movie line-up

University Union just announced their Fall 2019 Cinemas Schedule which take place every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in HBC Gifford Auditorium. The schedule includes 13 movies which are all free of charge. → Read More

Special Olympics photoshoot promotes campaign for human-first language

The central New York Region of the Special Olympics hosted a photoshoot for athletes at Light Work studio this past weekend ahead of “Spread the Word to End the Word Day.” → Read More

Check out these apple orchards and pumpkin fields before snow comes

It may be getting cold, but you need to visit these orchards and pumpkin patches before Syracuse's snow hits. → Read More

XO Taco is Syracuse’s newest spot for specialty tacos

On East Fayette Street sits Syracuse’s newest Mexican restaurant, XO Taco, which opened on Sept. 4 and is owned by Modern Malt and Original Grain owner Chris Bily. → Read More

T-Pain worked the crowd with hits, remixes at Greek Freak

T-Pain brought Syracuse University students back in time with his energetic performance and songs like “Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin’)” and “Blame It,” Jamie Foxx’s song featuring T-Pain. → Read More

Scavenger hunt at Onondaga Public Library to draw attention to banned books

Onondaga County Public Library is celebrating Banned Book Week by hosting a library-wide scavenger hunt. → Read More

Salt City BBQ Festival brings the heat to state fairgrounds

More than 30 teams will compete in a barbecue cook-off, and the winner will win $800, as part of the event. → Read More

Student Association votes to increase Student Legal Services oversight

The Judicial Review Board chair will meet with Student Legal Services each month to keep track of its activities. → Read More

Here’s how Student Association candidates want Invest Syracuse funds spent

SA members helped introduce the Euclid Shuttle, which was supported by Invest Syracuse funds. → Read More

SU and SUNY-ESF students use food waste to create sustainable energy

Farm to Flame takes ground-up food waste and uses it to power generators. → Read More

Meet the sophomore behind rising rappers Yung Gravy and Lil Gnar

This Bandier sophomore is paving his path in the music industry, working with a major record label to manage rising artists on top of being an SU student. → Read More

‘A Raisin in the Sun’ takes the stage in Syracuse

Lorraine Hansberry’s classic about a black family from Chicago will play in Syracuse until March 11. Here’s what some of its actors had to say at a recent post-performance talkback. → Read More

Assembly members elected to Student Association committees, boards

About 20 people were elected or confirmed to new positions Monday night. → Read More

6 assembly members elected Monday night

Syracuse University’s Student Association on Monday confirmed six new appointments to the organization’s assembly. → Read More

Trendy poke food spot opens at Destiny USA

Poke Time, a Hawaiian and Japanese-inspired restaurant, opened at Destiny USA in November, following the summer food trend that swept millennials off their feet. → Read More

Christina Custode to perform at Funk ‘n Waffles this weekend

The local artist will bring her latest single, “High Water,” to her Saturday performance in Armory Square. → Read More

The Taste of Africa brings Gabonese owner’s tastes from home to Syracuse

The new African restaurant will serve and cater the Syracuse community with its popular dishes like oxtail, shish kebabs and tilapia. → Read More

Syracuse’s Brewed Awakening presents a fresh take on vegan cafes

The cafe — which aims to tap into coffee fiends, cheese lovers and vegans alike — will open Friday. → Read More