Syracuse University

John Smith, WAER News

Central New York’s business sector of women-owned entrepreneurs are part of the total of 9 million businesses who are creating new products, services and jobs across the United States.  For some, the Wise (Women Igniting The Spirit of Entrepreneurship) Symposium 2015 is their first introduction to making the right connections to launch their own.  They gathered at the Carrier Dome for the 13th annual Symposium on Tuesday.  The Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Maria Contreras-Sweet was a presenter. She explains that young women realized their parents were only earning five percent raises in corporate America.

  Syracuse University professors are saying that Rolling Stone magazine needs to be held accountable for the inaccuracies in its recent campus rape story.  After an assessment from the Columbia School of Journalism regarding Rolling Stone’s “A Rape on Campus” story, three journalism professors from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at SU gave their reactions to the backlash the magazine is now facing.

Chris Bolt, WAER News

During a talk at Syracuse University, U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter explained on Tuesday how he plans to adapt the mission and the make-up of the military to a changing world.

Lauren Winfrey

  Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences unveiled its newly renovated Patricia Meyers Druger Astronomy Learning Center at Holden Observatory over the weekend.

Annie Griffiths / The Ripple Effect

  A National Geographic Photographer who’s focused her camera on the plight of poor women across the world speaks at Syracuse University Tuesday night as part of the University Lectures series. Her photographs developed into a project that's helped others called The Ripple Effect.  

 February 27, 2015—On Friday, June 19, KEB’ Mo’ will perform in Goldstein Auditorium located in Syracuse University’s Schine Student Center for Syracuse Stage’s 2015 Gala. 

  Lots of people will be traveling into and out of Central New York this holiday by planes, trains and buses.  And many of them might be seated next to someone with too much cologne or someone who just ate garlic and anchovy pizza or one who’s done more traveling than showering recently.  You know, a passenger that smells. 

Kelly Homan-Rodosky

  Amid the holiday season an important but somber anniversary might have been lost.  However Syracuse University staff traveled to Arlington Cemetery Sunday to remember the victims of the Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing.  Communications Manager Kelly Homan Rodoski (roe-DOSS-ski) says the 26 years have not diminished the impact for families.

Syracuse University Sport Management Club

The Sport Management Club at Syracuse University has been working all semester to prepare for their 10th Annual Charity Sports Auction this Saturday, December 6th. The students have been working countless hours, collecting donations, promoting the event, and preparing for this day. 

(c) Scott Willis, WAER

The Great American Smoke Out, which urged smokers Thursday to kick the habit, coincides with the recently released expansion of Syracuse University’s “Smoke-Free” Policy. Starting next July, use of tobacco products and vaporizers will be prohibited outdoors on campus. Temporary exceptions will be made, however, for the Carrier Dome, Sheraton Hotel, Syracuse Stage, and Drumlins.