How past students in the SU Madrid study abroad program faced discrimination.
A graduate student’s reflection on moving across the world to pursue her dreams.
Syracuse has a long unique history that newcomers may not be aware of.
From a Korean restaurant to an Indian grocery store, Syracuse offers plenty of places for students to find their comfort food.
A graduate student’s experience with reporting in the Middle East.
Story by Rashika Jaipuriar; photos by Lindsey Sabado Sababa. That’s one of the first words we learned when my international reporting class and I landed in Tel…… Read more “My Political Reporting Experience in the Middle East”
Story by Micah Castelo; photos by Randy Plavajka On the edge of the historic Hawley-Green neighborhood sits a commercial building with a narrow green door and raised…… Read more “Inside Syracuse Cultural Workers, a Publishing Company and Store Dedicated to Activism”
Story by Rachel Burt A few weeks ago, I had the incredible opportunity to travel to Madrid for the 2018 Iberdrola Scholarship award ceremony. The event itself…… Read more “My Trip to Spain, through the Lens of a Camera”
Video by Sajida Ayyup With Love kicked off the Lunar New Year on Tuesday, Feb. 5 with a celebration filled with traditional food and dance. The year…… Read more “With Love Restaurant Celebrates Lunar New Year”
Story and photos by Weng Cheong Having all grown up in Thailand, my family and I make it a tradition to return to our home country and…… Read more “Inside a School Serving Orphans in Chiang Mai”