Syracuse has a long unique history that newcomers may not be aware of.
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Colin Gooley was selected to play for the USA Sled Hockey team last summer.
Story by Rachel Burt; photo courtesy of Cybele Manilowski In late September, Israeli EDM DJ Yosef Asaf Borger, known professionally as Borgore, took the stage at Syracuse’s…… Read more “Q + A with Israeli EDM DJ Borgore”
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”
Personal essay by Elizabeth White; illustration by Samantha Lee I sat on the porch on a warm Sunday summer night, brainstorming story ideas for my summer news…… Read more “Fighting on Two Fronts”
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…… Read more “A Conversation with a Street Evangelist”
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”