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19 hrs ago | The Morning Call
It is not the most common occurrence for someone from the Lehigh Valley to move to California and then move back.
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The Chainsmokers, the group who gave us the viral video #Selfie has a strong connection to Central New York - a member of the group is a graduate of Syracuse University.
Yesterday | The Post-Standard
The Syracuse Shakespeare Festival and Central New York Playhouse are scheduling auditions for upcoming productions.
Yesterday | The Post-Standard
Bernice Alpert Schultz, 88, of Syracuse, died Thursday, April 17, 2014, at her home.
Yesterday | The Daily Republic
George Saunders, who is a professor at Syracuse University and has won the National Magazine Award for fiction four times, said, "I'm always aware of writing around things I can't do, and I've come to think that that's actually what 'style' is - an avoidance of your deficiencies."
College news * Meagan Hilsdorf of Bath was named to the dean's list at Keuka College.
The School of Information Studies , as a partner with the South Central Regional Library Council of Ithaca and The 3Rs Association, Inc., will be developing a program to strengthen the teaching and learning skills of library workers who provide outreach education using online learning environments.
Recently two versions of parody songs to Pharrell's Happy featuring Syracuse and Syracuse University were produced.
City officials are getting a little anxious - again - over the lack of progress on the construction of a new Syracuse University bookstore that will receive 30 years of property tax exemptions.
CNN anchor and journalist Anderson Cooper will speak at Syracuse University's Newhouse School on April 24. This June 23, 2012 file photo shows Cooper as he arrives at the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
There was a time when black students were not allowed to attend Ivy Leagues universities.
The actor who played a detective-turned-school teacher on the HBO hit series "The Wire" is helping a central New York community replace an aging playground.
Tyler Ennis, the Syracuse University freshman who announced two weeks ago that he would enter the NBA draft, has apparently signed with an agent.
The Syracuse school board voted unanimously tonight to create the Public Service Leadership Academy -- the school that will gradually replace Fowler High School.
This week Arts Engage closed its E. Jefferson Street office. Its director, Carole Brzozowski, whose official title is SU Arts Presenter, is retiring.
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