One million dollars in total has been awarded to the public justice department through generous donations from alumnus David Cutler. “The fund, created in
Thirty seven confirmed cases of mumps loom over Syracuse University’s campus and with 74 probable cases, the total is over 100 students with mumps,
Traveling the world in a minute became a reality Tuesday during International Students Day, which celebrated the diversity and cultural identity of international students
As election day cast across both Oswego County and Syracuse, residents took to the polls to exercise their right to vote. D Bus owner
Crime, alcohol and drug-related incidents have increased on Oswego State’s campus in the past year, according to an annual survey conducted by University Police.
Every year, distracted driving kills over 3,000 people and injures almost 400,000. In an attempt to combat this epidemic, the Oswego State University Police
Oswego State is taking strides to spread awareness through their fifth annual “Totally TEAL” walk, with a record number of participants, according to men’s
Driving down East First Street returning students, faculty and staff may notice something, a new Oswego State sign in front of Pathfinder Bank. The