Nathalie Budiman's Articles

Central New York, Transportation, Weather

Anxious Travelers Stranded in Hancock Airport After Blizzard

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By Abby Budiman SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — Winter storms across the northeast that caused numerous flight delays and cancellations left many Syracuse travelers stranded at the airport. Central New York is actually not affected as badly as other cities in the northeast region since it was located in the fringe of the blizzard’s radius. However, Syracuse […]

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Community, Environment, Feature, International, Non-profit

Student Veteran Explains Inspiration Behind Starting International Non-Profit

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By Abby Budiman SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Syracuse University student Brian Kam is the founder of Thrive Projects, a non-profit organization that aims to bring simple solutions to big energy problems in Nepal. Kam claimed that, “Sometimes the greatest good comes from the simplest solutions, and at Thrive Projects we found one of those.” […]

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Consumer, Technology

SU Community Reacts to Recent Snapchat Photo Leaks

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Abby Budiman SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)- Just last week, the online world was shaken when news came out that thousands of personal photos from the popular Smartphone application, Snapchat, were leaked to the Internet. This incident was infamously coined “Snappening” by the online community. The 87,000 photos and 9,000 videos were obtained from a third-party application, called “SnapSave”, an […]

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Is Marshall Street Diversifying?

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By Abby Budiman, SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Data from the US Census Bureau states that the population of minorities has increased significantly in the last decade in Syracuse, from around 11% in 2000 to 44% in 2010. Has this big jump in diversity caused change in the choice of cuisines offered in Marshall Street? Just over these past few years, […]

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