print issue: 01
*All stories were intended and designed for print; was redesigned for web thereafter.
By Amanda Paule
An open and inclusive global conversation can thrive only with the preservation of press freedoms.
By Divya Murthy
Salt City Market is a way to celebrate culture, cuisine and craft in Syracuse.
By Jiaman (Maggie) Peng
The Puerto Rican Student Association on campus aims to peel back the layers of the Latinx identity, commonly misconstrued as a racial one.
By Jane Lee
The Korean Wave has engulfed global entertainment culture and is likely here to stay.
By Delaney Van Wey
Student assembly brings interfaith leadership to Syracuse campus.
By Amy Nakamura
People of mixed heritage often have to choose between parts of their identity.
By Jane Lee
Do you have an accent? Or do I?
By Ishana Sahabir
Turning away from glamorous European destinations to explore a home culture in India.
By Madison Breaux
A riveting account of forgotten humanity in times of war.
By Krishna Pamidi
Belgian artist Stromae uses his music as a mirror for society and a way to constantly reinvent himself.
The Mixtape serves as our effort to dabble in and discover music across borders. Dive into our playlist of eclectic artists from Europe and Australia. These artists’ influences encompass electronic, hip-hop and pop elements. It’s clear the future of sound bears little resemblance to our current musical styles.
By Aminata Sanogo
Seasoned chicken with plantains & cassava with Attiéké sauce
By Taylor Watson
There’s nothing more distinctly Utican than a good slice of tomato pie.
By The Blackstone Launchpad
The Blackstone LaunchPad at Bird Library: A Global Innovation Hub