May 11, 2017 - 12:04am
Many Syracuse residents have relied on corner stores for groceries. Now, a regional chain has opened its doors.

Breaking the ground for the construction of a new building is not much of a grand occasion.

“Normally the only people that go to those are us and the developers and maybe a couple of politicians,” said Jim Dorey, executive vice president of Price Rite Supermarkets.

August 30, 2011 - 11:21am
The sun may have set on summer but SU students had plenty of stories to share from their vacation on the first day of classes.

Syracuse University students across the country found ways to keep themselves busy this past summer, with activities ranging from internships to traveling, waitressing jobs to playing lawn games in their free time.

The NewsHouse talked Monday to dozens of students from different states, asking what they filled their summer days with. Activities varied from coast to coast, with no real pattern surfacing.

Dan Klamm, marketing and communications coordinator for the SU’s Career Services, said he’s not surprised.

January 21, 2011 - 2:06pm
Explore Syracuse's plethora of vegetarian and vegan friendly restaurants, grocery stores and cafes.

It's not surprising that Syracuse was named one of the most vegetarian and vegan-friendly cities in North America by The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals last July.

Almost 40 restaurants, cafes, on campus dining halls and grocery stores provide a substantial amount of meat-free food options that can satisfy any craving.

January 20, 2011 - 4:17pm

Syracuse University has more than 30 sculptures and statues on campus.

The works range in date from 1890 to 2005 and in topic from Greek mythology to modern art.

Take a tour of the statues and sculptures on campus with the above map. Zoom out to see statues on South Campus.