As a musician and writer, born and raised in New York City Jackson Siporin spent his adolescent career playing shows, billing and planning art installations and writing for school publications covering art. At university Jackson has applied his music industry courses to build and brand his own band and venue as well as started programming for the music festivals put on Syracuse University's campus. Jackson has been a part of planning shows featuring artist such as Khalid, 21 Savage, Michael Che etc.
“When it comes to music it’s so easy to let your ego take the wheel and have it be my way or the highway,” says Jack Harrington, a junior studying
Thursday, March 18th was the relaunch of the only LGBTQIA+ magazine on Syracuse Universities campus, The OutCrowd. Patrick Linehan is the editor and chief and the creative force responsible for
It isn’t easy being a freelance photographer, illustrator, youtuber and to be writing your first novel. Enter Sam Cote. Sam Cote is a sophomore international relations and anthropology major who
“I had never been in that position you know, it’s not a choir. It’s loud, it’s sweaty, it’s hot. While it’s happening, you’re blacked out. Before, you think so much