March 2, 2014 - 8:39am
At a time of year when we most need it, sledding at Greyrock Farm gives us a reason to get some fresh air and reminds us of why winter in CNY can be great by combining the best of what this long, snowy season has to offer.

It has been said that Syracuse feels the snow in its bones.

Well, if that's the case, this winter -- which in my opinion has felt extra cold, extra snowy, and extra long -- might prove why snow and ice are part of our collective CNY DNA.

And perhaps it's this biological condition, this genetic disposition which gives Central New Yorkers that admirable and insane winter fortitude -- something we all rightfully take great pride in, by the way.

March 5, 2010 - 10:26pm
SU's Traditions Committee introduces a striking activity to the annual Winter Carnival.

It only took Beth Anne Kieft one semester to notice the effects Syracuse winters had on student interaction. As a freshman at Syracuse University, she routinely listened to her classmates complain that the weather hindered them from completely relishing their college experiences.