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Preparing for the future

Happy Thursday! One of Syracuse's most popular bands NONEWFRIENDS., discusses their growth, following and what will happen after graduation. In sports, role players on the Syracuse football team played a big role in the spring scrimmage and the Syracuse Mets opened their season with a 5-0 loss. Back on campus Author Dawnie Walton, outlined the process behind her first book, while the African Student Union crowned the 2022 Miss Africa at its annual pageant.
April 7, 2022

NONEWFRIENDS. is sticking together

Story by Anastasia Frazier | Photos by Spencer Haines

With their growing success, one of SU's most popular student bands reflects on songwriting, their start and what happens after graduation.


  • Garrett Shrader and Sean Tucker didn't play in the Blue team's 28-7 win over team Orange on Friday night, but Syracuse's role players impressed in its spring scrimmage.
  • The SU community gathered for Take Back the Night, an annual event allowing students to speak out against sexual, relationship and other forms of interpersonal violence. 
  • Syracuse women's lacrosse extended its winning streak to four games with an 18-6 victory over Pittsburgh heading into a game against No. 1 North Carolina this weekend.


Story and Photos by Toluwanimi Fajolu

The pageant celebrated African women and culture while featuring performances from both SU students and outside organizations. 


“No single program or series of programs can sustain the culture we want on our campus, one of trust, respect, inclusiveness and safety. Each of us must take responsibility for our own actions and responsibility for each other.”

– SU Title IX Coordinator Dr. Sheila Johnson-Willis on the importance of programs and events Take Back the Night on college campuses.

Read the story by Ashley Reeves.

Producer's Pick: 
How “Opal & Nev” were brought to life
Story by Gianna Valente
Author Dawnie Walton offers a look into her writing career that has led to a highly touted debut novel.

 Syracuse Mets celebrate a memorable Opening Day despite 5-0 shutout

Story by Michael Ostrowski

Syracuse only mustered four hits during its first April home game in three years, and New York Mets legend Mookie Wilson tossed the ceremonial first pitch.

DROLOEHit the Dancefloor
Dutch EDM and bass artist DROELOE will bring his Unexpected Odyssey tour Friday to The Westcott Theater.

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