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4:44 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

Syracuse Travels To Northwestern for Week 2

Syracuse DE Robert Welsh is tackled at the 1-yard line last week vs. Penn State. Welsh earned ACC defensive lineman of the week honors.
Credit CitrusTV Sports, 2013

Evanston, Ill. - Everybody remembers last season’s heartbreaking loss in the Carrier Dome to Northwestern to start the year. The orange stormed back from 22-point deficit to take the lead with just over two minutes to go in the game and ultimately lost on a Northwestern final drive making the score 42-41 Wildcats. The two teams face off again this Saturday and this time it is in Evanston.

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Film
3:10 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

Urban Basketball Documentary Gets Its Premier in Central New York

Lloyd Johnson and others hoop it up
Film Producers

The Graveyard is not for the timid.  The Graveyard is not for the weak.  The Graveyard is not for the weak-of-heart.  It sits in the middle of downtown Albany, NY and it is the subject of a new documentary on "streetball".

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Character Education
3:07 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

A Cleveland, NY Elementary School Finds Building Character Boosts Performance

Cleveland Elem Students get a healthy dose of character education as school starts.
Credit Chris Bolt/WAER News

Public Schools started this week…and one Central New York school is trying to pack in much more than the Core Curriculum.  Cleveland Elementary in Oswego County has a commitment to “Character Education.”

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TAX REFORM
7:26 pm
Thu September 5, 2013

Local Businesses Voice Discontent at Tax Hearings

Senators Carl Marcellino, John DeFrancisco, Dave Valesky
Credit Scott Willis / WAER

In a hearing Thursday to discuss ways to reduce and reform the state’s taxes, a theme emerged:  Syracuse-area business owners say the state’s high tax burden and shrinking population make it tempting to do business elsewhere. 

The Pioneer Companies development firm has been based here for four generations, but Chairman Michael Falcone testified he’s had to branch out to ten other states.  He says that gives him a solid basis of comparison:

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10:43 am
Thu September 5, 2013

Buddhist Monk to Discuss World Hunger at SU

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One of the United States' most renown Buddhist Monks, Bhikkhu Bodhi, is making a rare appearance at Syracuse University on September 16, 2013 in Hendricks Chapel. His visit kicks off a local hunger initiative.
The Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi, one of the United States' most renowned Buddhist monks, is making a rare appearance at Syracuse University. He will present the Syracuse Symposium event "Engaged Buddhism: Listening and Responding to World Hunger" on Monday, Sept. 16, at 5:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel, and will lead an SU Humanities Center-Mini Seminar on Tuesday, Sept.

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