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Savion Pollard, Micron’s 1st CNY intern, aims to give back and advance education

Savion Pollard will be the first Central New York intern to be hired by Micron. He is set to start in summer 2023 after he finishes up his second year at SU. → Read More

Chinese SU students hold vigil for victims in Urumqi apartment fire

To show their support for the victims of the Urumqi apartment fire in China, Syracuse University students held a vigil at Hendricks Chapel on Monday night. → Read More

SA extends winter clothing drive period to Dec. 2

The Syracuse University Student Association extended the donation time period for its clothing drive partnership with Center for Community Alternatives. This is part of SA's plan to get students to engage with the local community. → Read More

Antisemitic graffiti reported in Watson Theater Thursday

A student found antisemitic graffiti drawn on a desk in Watson Theater on Thursday, according to Syracuse University's Bias Incidents reports website. → Read More

Democrats Rachel May, Jimmy Monto win respective seats

Three contests in New York will directly impact Syracuse, including the 48th state senate, the Common Council's 5th district and a statewide proposition. → Read More

Explaining affirmative action as the Supreme Court hears opening arguments

SU is an affirmative action institution and former chancellor Nancy Cantor was instrumental in a previous Supreme Court case about affirmative action when she worked as provost of the University of Michigan. → Read More

SA finance board holding elections to fill remaining spots

Syracuse University’s Student Association is holding elections to fill seven unfilled seats to round out its 12-seat finance board. → Read More

Congresswoman Liz Cheney discusses importance of democracy at Maxwell event

Cheney spoke about the role of citizenship in protecting democracy following the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection in Goldstein Auditorium on Tuesday. → Read More

Gov. Hochul announces New York will phase out gas-only vehicle sales by 2035

New York state plans to phase out sales of gas-only vehicles and transition entirely to zero-emission vehicles like electric and hybrid cars by 2035. → Read More

SU Libraries opens a new storage vault for historical materials on South Campus

SU Libraries opened a new 14,000 square foot storage vault this summer to store delicate historical materials, such as film negatives, artwork, and books from its Special Collections Research Center. → Read More

Amir Gethers attends Common Council meeting following arrest last week

Gethers introduced three pieces of legislation that were passed and held one for a future meeting. → Read More

Syracuse officials respond to common councilor arrest, what’s next

Amir Gethers was released with an order of protection that prohibits him from contacting the woman he is accused of choking. → Read More

Rep. Liz Cheney to speak at Syracuse University on Oct. 3

Republican Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) will speak at Syracuse University Oct. 3 in the National Veterans Resource Center, hosted by The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Civic Engagement. → Read More

David Seaman balances SU Libraries and 2nd stint as iSchool dean

Seaman divides his time between Hinds Hall and Bird Library while interacting with students in his capacity as interim School dean and dean of libraries. → Read More

Common Council approves Syracuse City Redistricting Commission proposed maps

The Syracuse Common Council passed the Syracuse City Redistricting Commission’s proposed redistricting map in a 5-4 vote Monday. → Read More

Despite usage decline, students still see blue light system as necessity

Despite the decline in use, some SU freshman students new to campus, as well as DPS, still feel that blue lights are necessary to ensure campus safety. → Read More

SU Libraries to preserve current government documents

Syracuse University Libraries typically preserve 64% of the 10,000 to 11,000 different publications the Government Publishing Organization makes available. → Read More

African Student Union revitalizes Miss Africa Pageant with music, dance performances

The African Student Union hosted the second Miss Africa pageant on March 31 in Goldstein Auditorium. → Read More

SU alumna produces 'guitar-driven storytelling' with her music

Gillian Pelkonen, who got her undergraduate degree from SU in 2020, sat down with The Daily Orange to talk about her current experience with music and during her time at SU. → Read More

How to keep yourself warm in style this winter

Layers and durable boots are the keys to warmth this winter, according to Syracuse students. → Read More