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Raising voices and pursuing equality

Happy Thursday and last week of the semester! It's a big week here at The NewsHouse! We launched our year-long project Entitled to Equality which dives into Title IX's 50-year history of advancing gender equality. And Kate Brennan's Aloha ʻāina project digs into the controversy surrounding building a telescope on Mauna Kea in Hawai'i. In other news, we cover FADS' "Abiotic Wanderers spring show, SU softball's big win over Niagara and the impact of COVID on students' mental health. Also, if you are looking for something to take your mind off finals, check out Seth Knievel's theatrical work that highlights queer stories, or our review of the collection of short stories "When Watched."
May 5, 2022

Entitled to Equality

Story by NewsHouse Staff
Illustration by Lucinda Strol

We spent months seeking to answer this question: How has Title IX advanced gender equality over the past 50 years and where has it failed to do so? 


  • FADS "Abiotic Wanderers" show featured original fashion inspired by a theme of Earth before and after human existence. 
  • The Syracuse women's softball team launched three home runs in its 6-2 home victory over Niagara.
  • SU's counseling center has seen an overflow of students seeking assistance due to post-COVID stress.
  • Block Party returned in person with 2 Chainz, Baby Keem and more. They lit up the Dome last Friday, hyping up students as the school year winds down.


Story by Fiona Hurless

The master's student highlights queer stories through his theatrical productions.


“Even while someone is working towards justice, they also need to be working towards healing.”

Abigail Tick, SU's campus champion for the Callisto online support network

Read the story by Rebecca LanOlivia Swaab and Julia Walker

Producer's Pick: 
Aloha ʻāina
Project and Illustration by 
Kate Brennan

How scientists' bid to locate a telescope on the dormant Mauna Kea volcano has divided the big island of Hawaiʻi.

In Other Words: When Watched

Review by Chloe Langerman |
Illustration by Samantha Currier
A collection of short stories explores the complexities of life through human connection.

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