NEW YORK — Over 30 racist and anti-Semitic incidents have occurred at Syracuse University since Nov. 7, 2019. The Daily Orange, SU’s student paper, has spent months covering the incidents, but has struggled to get the information they need because administration and protesters are hesitant to speak with or provide information to reporters. SU Chancellor Kent… Continue reading Syracuse paper struggles to cover racist, anti-Semitic incidents and student protests when students, admin won’t talk
Syracuse University students regained control of theirtelevision station Monday, nearly six months after Chancellor Nancy Cantor shutdown the student-run station in response to a news satire show.
A Syracuse University law student was fired from his position on the school's judicial board within hours of his column in The Daily Orange, SU's student newspaper, that criticized administrators in the school's Office of Judicial Affairs for improperly interfering in the judicial process.