Mental health is a hot topic in collegiate athletics right now after cases of depression and death among student-athletes have gotten national attention. Incidents like the suicides of a University of Pennsylvania runner, Ohio State football player, and University of Missouri swimmer sparked the sports community to begin looking into what’s causing suicides in collegiate athletes. The […]
The United States is becoming a more diverse country — but an important profession is still dominated by whites. Nick Papantonis reports.
SYRACUSE N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – With Syracuse experiencing one of the coldest winters in history, that can only mean bad things for people with allergies. Because of the colder winter, trees that normally bloom during the early portion of the season couldn’t this year. Thus creating a situation where more trees than normal will […]
By: Marabia Smith SYRACUSE, N.Y.– Dancing with Our Stars, a fundraiser held by the George and Rebecca Barnes Foundation, will return to Syracuse on Saturday, April 11, 2015. The event was held at the Oncenter Convention Center downtown. The annual event was on a two year hiatus after the event’s organizer took time off due to […]
By Lauren Walsh SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – You no longer have to wait until your wedding day for the extravagance of a wedding proposal. A new trend of “promposals” is sweeping social media and high schools around the nation. A “promposal” is the act of creating an elaborate scheme to ask someone to prom. Syracuse University […]