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Central New York , Education , International

Uncharted Territory: the College Application Process for International Students

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By Javier Romero SYRACUSE N.Y. (NCC News) – Studying abroad in the United States is an attractive opportunity for many international students who look to have a life-changing experience in which they get out of their comfort zone, receive a quality education, and improve their English. However, in many cases, students are complete strangers to a college […]

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Business , Community , food

Funk-n-Waffles Celebrated It’s Final Day in Original Location

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By Remington Bennett SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)―It was a sad day for Funk-n-Waffles fans and regulars. The “funky” waffle hub has closed its doors in preparation for a major construction taking place on Marshall street. Funk-n-waffles has been celebrated as one of Marshall street’s most fun and unique restaurants. The trendy Waffle place especially holds […]

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Business , Central New York , Community , Consumer , Education , Feature , Jobs

Women in High Tech Succeed in CNY

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By Angelica Rodriguez SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)– Science and Technology are rapid growing fields with great job opportunities but they continue to be short for women across the country. While most of the women in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields are challenged to adapt and stay in their jobs, this seems to […]

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Central New York , Education

Syracuse City Schools Cancel Class on Election Day

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By Nick Petraccione SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – The Syracuse City School District is cancelling all of its classes on election day. Instead of holding regularly scheduled classes on Nov. 8, the Syracuse schools will have a professional development day for teachers, which is a process for schools to work on internal programs. In other words, students have […]

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Central New York , Community , Government , Politics

What Millennials Want From Candidates

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By Kristen Edwards SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) — Constituents in New York’s 24th district are faced with voting either John Katko or Colleen Deacon into Congress this November. Both candidates have been ramping up their public appearances in the district. Deacon recently visited a group of voters who show up in low numbers to the polls— millennials. The group of […]

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Central New York , Education , Public Safety

SU Open Forum: Inclusive Bathroom Signage On Campus

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By: Annalisa Pardo SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Bathroom signs on Syracuse University’s campus are about to get upgraded. As part of the Campus Framework project, SU is redesigning bathroom signs to have gender-inclusive and accessible bathroom signs consistent across campus. SU currently has over 700 gender-neutral bathrooms, about 600 of them being in resident halls. The […]

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Central New York , Education , Government , Politics

How A Student Organization At Syracuse University Is Trying To Get Fellow Students To The Polls

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By Steven Krainin SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) — As students at Syracuse University walk from class to class, voting may not be the first thing on their minds. According to the Center for Information and Research On Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) at Tufts University, 32 percent of voters aged 18-29 turned out for the 2012 […]

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Central New York , Uncategorized

Day of Silence

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By Alex O’Toole SYRACUSE, N.Y (NCC NEWS) – Friday, April 15th is the Day of Silence.  The Day of Silence is a student-led event that takes place all across America.  How do you participate? You don’t talk.  You stay silent for the entire day.  Why do you participate? To support LGBT+ individuals that have experienced bullying […]

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Business , Consumer , food , Health

Good Health Inspections Retains Customer Loyalty

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By Zeena Saifi SYRACUSE, NY (NCC NEWS) – Every week, the Onondaga County Health Department does inspections around restaurants to make sure they’re maintaining cleanliness. Usually, one would assume that receiving a bad inspection report might affect the flow of business in a restaurant. In Onondaga County and Syracuse, however, very few restaurants receive bad reports. […]

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Central New York , Education , Government

$9.2 Million Capital Project Passed By Morrisville-Eaton District

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By Bailey Lipschultz (NCC News) — Morrisville-Eaton Central School District voters approved a $9.2 million capital project last night. The proposed project would address health and safety issues, invest in energy efficiency upgrades, and improve infrastructure items that are no longer useful, according to the district. The maximum estimated cost of the project is $9.2 million […]

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Central New York , Transportation , Weather

Winter Weather Grips Syracuse Into April

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By Cathleen O’Hare SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – The calendar may have switched over to April but the weather outside still feels like February. Low temperatures and heavy snowfall have continued since Saturday night, making streets and sidewalks icy and slushy. Despite the disappointment to see last week’s warm, sunny weather go away, some students say […]

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Business , Central New York , Government , Technology , Transportation

Syracuse laws Hinder ‘ParkAmigo’ Development

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By Ellen Burr SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – When two Syracuse University students noticed a surplus in the demand for parking around campus, they decided they could do something to increase the supply of parking. Michael Oviosu and Natã Barbosa developed the app ParkAmigo, connecting driveway owners with drivers, and allowing people to rent out their […]

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Central New York

This is What Thanksgiving Looks like from the Outside Looking In

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Thanksgiving is usually considered an American holiday. But as America continues to become more of a melting pot, the definition of “American” is growing. Some of the International Students at Syracuse University think this holiday means much more than a Turkey dinner. Some international students recently moved to the U.S. with their families. They have […]

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