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Recent articles by Sam:

Tampa Bay parents scramble to find COVID vaccines for infants, toddlers

Florida was the only state that didn’t preorder the shots for those under 5. Now, parents are struggling to get their kids vaccinated. → Read More

Doctors on why Florida’s youngest kids should get COVID vaccine

Children from 6 months to age 4 can now get vaccinated. “This is going to be life-changing,” one expert said. → Read More

Got questions about COVID vaccines for babies and toddlers? Here’s the answers.

Children 6 months to age 4 can now get vaccinated. Here’s what parents need to know. → Read More

What’s next in Florida’s bid to restrict transition care for transgender kids

Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo has asked the state medical board to establish a “standard of care” for gender-affirming treatments. → Read More

SU is under federal investigation for alleged sex discrimination against men

The U.S. Department of Education opened the inquiry on March 4. → Read More

2 Title IX complaints filed against SU in fall 2019

One of the complaints closely mirrors an ongoing federal lawsuit. → Read More

Student involved in Theta Tau videos filed federal complaint against SU

The letter was obtained by The Daily Orange under the Freedom of Information Act. → Read More

SU mistakenly suspended 4 students

A Syracuse University official confirmed the mistaken suspensions on Wednesday. → Read More

Syverud lifts #NotAgainSU protesters' interim suspensions

The Chancellor announced his decision at the University Senate’s meeting late Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

3 takeaways from annual University Senate forum

Chancellor Kent Syverud discussed the search for a new provost at the University Senate’s open forum. → Read More

Senate urges SU to delay background check policy

The University Senate discussed the policy at its January meeting. → Read More

Schine Student Center will be open 24/7 starting next school year

The new hours were detailed in a University Senate budget report discussed Wednesday. → Read More

Senate report outlines expected endowment growth, 2020 budget

The report was compiled by the University Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Affairs. → Read More

Faculty cleared in 3 internal Title IX cases, 4th being adjudicated

Details about the fourth case were not immediately available. → Read More

North Country man files lawsuit against SU, NVRC project’s general contractor

The lawsuit was filed in Onondaga County Supreme Court on Wednesday. → Read More

‘I do not intend to walk away’: Syverud responds to calls for resignation

Chancellor Kent Syverud spoke briefly at the University Senate’s meeting on Wednesday. → Read More

4 bias incidents reported to DPS this semester prior Day Hall vandalism, records show

A Syracuse University spokesperson released information about the incidents on Monday. → Read More

Questions over Syverud’s remarks, free speech working group dominate Senate discussion

On Wednesday, Chancellor Kent Syverud was asked to provide specifics about what exactly a newly created “Free Speech Working Group” will do at SU. → Read More

Court filing reveals statistics on formal sexual misconduct complaints at SU over 4 years

A list of the formal complaints was made public in federal court last week as part of an ongoing Title IX lawsuit against the university. → Read More

SU files lawsuit against developer of The Marshall

The civil complaint accuses Syracuse 727 LLC of breach of contract, private nuisance, trespass and unjust enrichment. → Read More