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"Even though arts leaders and arts journalists don't always work in tandem, their goals are usually the same: to raise awareness of work that reflects our society"

“There’s been a gradual erosion of local news reporting—not just in the arts, but in all areas—as media outlets have cut back on their reporting staffs,” he says. 59 more words


Students debate police brutality, racial bias and the benefits of body cameras

Amid the riots, die-in protests and investigations nationwide centered on police brutality and racial bias, one option increasingly offered as a potential solution: body cameras. 922 more words


Elmira's McPeak wins Ernie Davis Award

ELMIRA – Elmira’s all-time leading rusher was honored Thursday with an award named for Elmira’s most famous athlete.

Express senior Jerry McPeak added to his place in the city’s football history when he was announced as the winner of the Ernie Davis Award during a ceremony at the Holiday Inn-Riverview held as part of the Elmira Kiwanis Club’s luncheon. 820 more words


Evan: Syracuse University Athletics Social Media Intern

Evan, student, at the University of Cincinnati talks about his internship experience with Syracuse University Athletics. 

1. What were some of the tasks you performed on a daily basis? 193 more words

New Girl: Syracuse

Schmidt (Max Greenfield) wears a Syracuse shirt in a flashback scene in “The Story of the 50″ episode of New Girl (Season 1, Episode 2).


#MyFoodHigh: The Roundup

For our Fall 2014 issue, we asked you for your best food shots. Here are some that made our mouth’s water.

Want us to feature your foodstagram? 216 more words


We Can't Breathe Bird Library (Syracuse)

I took these pictures from the protest at Syracuse University last Monday. I joined up a little late after the protesters, mostly students and local activists, had left Hendricks Chapel to Bird Library before going down off the hill on Harrison to Police Headquarters downtown.