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Cards Against Humanity creator wants to buy and publish Congress's browser data

If Trump allows ISPs to sell users' data, Max Temkin said he will buy Congress' data. 

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EU parliament pushes to require visas for U.S. citizens traveling to Europe

Attempts by the European Union to implement similar travel restrictions in the past two years for United States citizens have failed.


HUD Secretary Ben Carson gets trapped in elevator at affordable housing complex

Carson and his wife were stuck in the elevator for 15 minutes during a visit to Miami.


Urban Storytelling

Published in The Daily Orange and The Southside Stand.

Photo by: Aline Peres Martins

Photo by: Aline Peres Martins

Syracuse City Council to vote on anti-discrimination housing law

Common Councilor Jean Kessner proposed an amendment to city law that bans landlords from discriminating against potential tenants based on source of income.


Syracuse City School District Students Shouldn't Walk More than 1 Mile to School

Syracuse City School District teacher Joyce Suslovic and a group of her have been advocating for universal bussing for all students.

Photo by: Aline Peres Martins

Photo by: Aline Peres Martins

Nottingham Football Players Receive Support for Fighting Injustice

Inspired by Colin Kaepernick, a group of football players from Nottingham High School took a knee during the national anthem.

Photo by : Aline Peres Martins

Photo by : Aline Peres Martins

Egal Adan went from Kenyan refugee camp to Clarkson University

Adan, a graduate of Henninger High School, moved to Syracuse when he was six years old.



Snapchat filters create unrealistic–and problematic—beauty standards (opinion).


Forget Jay; The Real Surprise Cameo in Lemonade was Ibeyi

Daughters of famous Cuban conga player, Angá Diaz, Ibeyi is a musical duo from Paris made up of Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz (opinion).


Classic Cuban Mojito is Light and Refreshingly Sweet

A bartender from El Floridita, a well-known Havana establishment, says the secret to a perfect mojito is the execution.*

*This was part of my weekly wine, beer, and spirits column in The Daily Orange called "Thirsty Thursday."



University News

Published in The Daily Orange.

Photo by: Kiran Ramsey

Photo by: Kiran Ramsey

Syracuse University Researchers Work to Make Computers Faster

They published an article on the use of passive liquid flow to create more efficient cooling systems, making it possible to increase processing speeds without overheating computer chips. 

Photo by: Tony Curtis

Photo by: Tony Curtis

Syria Panels Stress Need for Ethical, Collaborative Reporting

Journalists and human rights advocates spoke about the media's role in the Syrian conflict at an all-day even at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in October, 2016.