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Students express concerns with Title IX, SU’s handling of sexual assault

During Syracuse University’s Student Association’s town hall Wednesday, students expressed their anger and frustration around the university’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Plan released in mid-October. Students said they felt the plan lacked substance and contained a lot of “fluff.” Click to read more.

‘Sitting in Solidarity’ seating display commemorates Pan Am Flight 103 victims

Alyssa Grzesiowski sat in seat 29D, just a few seats away from Matthew Sala. Grzesiowski, who represents Louise Ann “Luann” Rogers, said that she felt especially connected to Sala, who represents Turhan Ergin. Syracuse University Remembrance Scholars took their seats on the Quad at noon for 35 minutes, honoring the 35 students killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. Click to read more.

For these 3 ROTC cadets, Remembrance Scholarship heightens their sense of purpose

For three Remembrance Scholars, looking back and acting forward plays a special role in their lives as they connect ROTC to Pan Am Flight 103. SU chooses 35 seniors each year as Remembrance Scholars to represent the 35 students killed by the attack, an act of terrorism that led to the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 which crashed in Lockerbie, Scotland. Click to read more.

Hundreds protest outside IFC chapter houses Tuesday alleging sexual assault

Syracuse University students protested recent sexual assault allegations across multiple Interfraternity Council chapters on campus on Tuesday night. A small group of protesters gathered at the Pi Chapter House of Psi Upsilon Fraternity at around 9 p.m. to protest what they said was the university’s failure to protect survivors of sexual assault and to hold assaulters accountable. Click to read more.

NY College Republicans secede from national committee following investigation

The New York Federation of College Republicans has withdrawn from the College Republican National Committee following an investigation into the CRNC and its chairman, Chandler Thornton. The state branch plans on creating a new forum-based national college Republican organization to replace the current CRNC, the NYFCR stated in a July 13 report titled “CRNC Dossier.” Click to read more.

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