Finding Community When Worlds Collide

How cultural organizations at Syracuse University are helping students find a sense of belonging in America.

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Syracuse Immigrant Legal Aid Expands as New York State Funding

The state of New York allocated $10 million in this year’s state budget, improving access to local immigration legal services.

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6 Syracuse Restaurants Serving Up Comfort Food

From a Korean restaurant to an Indian grocery store, Syracuse offers plenty of places for students to find their comfort food.

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A Conversation with a Street Evangelist

Story and photos by Lindsey Sabado The Marshall Street Starbucks becomes a fishbowl as I speak to the man across from me. Two walls of the crowded coffee shop are floor-to-ceiling windows, giving us a panoramic view of the Syracuse University students rushing by in a constant stream. Dominick Mauro, a familiar face around Syracuse,…

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Michael Weber: Newhouse Student to Academy Award Nominee

By Sajida Ayyup For his most recent screenplay, Michael Weber found himself taking notes from Tommy Wiseau, the man widely recognized for creating one of the worst films ever made. The screenplay written by Weber and his partner, however, was nominated for the prestigious Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. And although “The Disaster Artist”…

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Juice Jam 2018

This year’s Juice Jam featured A$AP FERG and Playboi Carti with Anne-Marie, Loud Luxury, and Omar Apollo. Check out what Medley captured from the crowd. Photos by Randy Plavajka.

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