The Juice

April 13, 2012 - 8:02pm
Zach Tomaselli admits he fabricated his sexual assault allegations against former SU basketball assistant coach Bernie Fine.

Zach Tomaselli admitted lying about his sexual assault allegations against Bernie Fine.

He called the false allegations "a game" that he did not want to continue. He told CNY Central that he doesn't usually have feelings and hates people without caring.

April 12, 2012 - 6:03pm
An ambulance took a male student to the hospital after a car hit him on Waverly Ave. and S. Crouse Ave.

It smelled like burning rubber and beer. It sounded like a tire screech. The street looked wet and something had shattered a few feet from the curb of Waverly Ave. and S. Crouse. 

Around 4 p.m., a male student was hit by a car while crossing the street. He was responsive after the accident and sat on the curb while medics spoke to him and put a neck brace on him. The student's identity is unknown at this time.

April 12, 2012 - 12:25am
Lecturer James Stewart reminds Maxwell audience that slavery takes many modern forms.

James Stewart doesn’t blink an eye when he tells you there may be as many as 40 million enslaved people in the world. Presenting the truth when everyone has been told a different story is what he does.

“I’m not an activist, although I’m very angry," he said.

Stewart spoke Monday afternoon at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship as part of the lecture series “Abolishing Slavery in Lincoln’s Time and Ours: Toward the Development of a 21st Century Abolitionist Movement.”

April 3, 2012 - 2:25pm
Not from Concentrate: One last look at the week that was

Before we get too far into the week, we're taking a moment to remember the week that was: those last few glorius days in the month of March when all this happened.

March 29, 2012 - 3:48pm
The former SU basketball assistant coach has put his Dewitt house up for sale.

Listed at $549,000, the house of Bernie Fine, former assistant men's basketball coach, is up for sale at 7001 Tiffany Circle, in Dewitt.

Though no open houses are currently scheduled, interested buyers will be able to request private showings with Mary Jo Heitkamp-France, a realtor for RealtyUSA. According to a March 29 article in The Daily Orange, the Fines bought the home for $285,000 in 2001.

March 26, 2012 - 6:48pm
Starting this fall, Syracuse University will be partnered with the Posse Foundation to increase racial diversity on campus.

Since its inception in 1989, the Posse Foundation has sent more than 4,000 students to 40 different universities on four-year, full-tuition leadership scholarships. Starting in the fall of 2012, Syracuse University will be added to the list, after becoming tri-city partners with the Posse Foundation.

The tri-city partnership means that Syracuse will accept a “posse” from Atlanta, Los Angeles and Miami annually. The connection will increase racial diversity on campus and will create a strong network of intelligent and determined Posse scholars.

March 7, 2012 - 2:13am
Activist spoke to SU students and community members about the new youth movement and how revolutionary change must begin with young people.

Distinguished civil rights activist Cornel West called for youth involvement in political movements Tuesday night during a speech in Goldstein Auditorium.

“I hope I say something that unsettles you, that unnerves you, that un-houses you,” West began his talk, which was sponsored by Alpha Phi Alpha and the Student African American Society.

Throughout the speech, West encouraged young people and urged those in the audience to “think for themselves,” combat complacency of mind, and “make the journey from superficial to substantial.”

February 22, 2012 - 10:04pm
A State Supreme Court judge ruled Wednesday that Bobby Davis and Mike Lang's defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University will be held in Onondaga County.

Brian DeJoseph, Onondaga County State Supreme Court judge, ruled that the Bobby Davis and Mike Lang's defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University will have to be held in Onondaga County.


In his ruling, he stated the attorneys for Davis and Lang failed to prove that an unbiased jury could not be found in Onondaga County.


February 21, 2012 - 9:22pm
A decision is pending over the location of Bobby Davis and Mike Lang's defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University.

New York State Supreme Court Justice, Brian DeJoseph heard arguments Tuesday morning regarding the defamation suit against Jim Boeheim and Syracuse University, according to an article posted Feb. 21 in the Post-Standard.

February 3, 2012 - 12:45am
Media mogul Steve Stoute speaks to SU students about his latest book and how hip-hop sparked the cultural curiosity that drove him to success.

Students quickly filled the seats of Hergenhan Auditorium Wednesday night and waited with anticipation for Steve Stoute, long time media mogul, advertising executive, and “hip-hop aficionado,” and the knowledge he would share.