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Free At Last



It was the summer of 89. And at an age when most 23-year-old males have their entire lives ahead of them, Steven Barnes saw his life vanish before his eyes. ...Read more.


SU Mock Trial Team ends season in Iowa



The SU undergraduate Mock Trial Team spent the year competing in trial competitions, traveling across the country. They ended their successful season in Des Moines, Iowa where they competed at the National Championship from April 17 to 19...Read more.


Journalism students receive advice, hope from alumni

Eleven Syracuse University seniors traveled to New York City on April 17 to meet with SU alumni who now work at The Associated Press, SI.com and Newsday on Long Island. The students are newspaper journalism majors at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and will graduate this May..Read more


The 15th Ward

Recent events around the Syracuse area brought local Jewish residents back in time to the 15th ward, which they once called home. Their population was thriving until the construction of Interstate 81 sent them fleeing. “Everybody, acquiesced, everybody gave in,” said Etta Rae, a Jewish woman who met her husband Hecky Alpert on their first date..Read more.


Syracuse Mayor Matt Driscoll Interview



Beth: Mayor Driscoll, in your state of the city address, you highlighted your Syra-Stat program. How did you come up with the initial idea and you said it resulted in more than 50 million dollars in savings. What are some examples, where have the taxpayers seen those savings? (PART 1)..(PART 2)


Irish culture thrives in Syracuse, says local Irishman

Patrick D. Aherns is known in the Syracuse community as “a true son of Ireland.” As Grand Marshall of the 2004 St. Patrick’s Day parade, a news report claimed that if you scratched his skin, shamrocks would fly out. Aherns says Irish cultural is flourishing in Syracuse now more than ever....Read more.