Sandwich-making brings three religions together for community service
Members of SU’s Catholic, Muslim and Jewish communities join together for a meal and service project.
STORY AND PHOTO BY LYLE MICHAEL
Published: November 30, 2018 […]
Please view the link below to see what Amir Duric had to say about the meaning of “Faith and Family” weekend here at Syracuse University. No better way than to […]
The second annual Syracuse Ramadan Dinner will be held Saturday, June 9, at 7 p.m. at Manley Field House. Iftar (Ramadan dinner) will be served after remarks and a presentation […]
The Syracuse University chapter of Theta Tau was permanently expelled from campus over the weekend.
STORY BY SATOSHI SUGIYAMA
Published: April 24, 2018
Photo by Siddarth Senthilkumaran
The Theta Tau controversy continues to embroil Syracuse […]
Catherine Leffert | Asst. News Editor
Raja “Safi” Aziz was an aspiring doctor and musician who died over Winter Break from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning.
A musical recording of the Quran played […]
By Delaney Van Wey
Hendricks Chapel is located in the physical heart of Syracuse University’s campus.
It’s pointed out on every tour, dozens of students must walk by it on their way to […]
Kiran Ramsey | Senior Design Editor
Officials urged campus community members to contact the Department of Public Safety if they learn of any Islamophobic interactions or communication.
By Kennedy RoseSENIOR STAFF WRITER
2 months […]
At the annual 44 Stars of Excellence Awards Gala on April 19, students, registered student organizations and organization advisors were celebrated and recognized for their many contributions to the campus […]
By InterFaith Works of Central New York
This feature is coordinated by The Post-Standard/Syracuse.com and InterFaith Works of CNY. Follow this theme and author posted Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Every day, I […]