Matthew Kurimsky, a firearms examiner for Onondaga County, said Friday that he was struck by the similarities between bullets recovered from Cameron Isaac’s apartment and the bullet that killed an SU student. Read more »
On day four of the murder trial of two men accused of killing a Syracuse University student, the prosecution presented a series of text messages that Cameron Isaac sent to Xiaopeng "Pippen" Yuan and others in the month leading up to Yuan’s death.
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Rafal Dobrowolski, an expert in cell phone mapping and analysis, on Wednesday showed jurors his analysis that phones belonging to Isaac and Mitchell were located in the area where a Syracuse University student was killed at the time he was killed.
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Dozens of potential jurors were considered Monday to serve on the jury in the trial of the two men accused of killing a Syracuse University student. Two men and six women were sworn in, leaving four spots to be filled Tuesday. Read more »
The Daily Orange interviewed more than 50 faculty, staff and administrators about Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud. They described a chancellor who means well and has made progress on his projects, but who has also made several missteps in his time at SU. Read more »
The committee has so far identified peer and aspirational institutions for comparisons in faculty salaries and has preliminary “statistical analyses of factors that correlate with salaries,” according to an SU News release. Read more »
Last month, SU extended Boeheim’s contract past the 2017-18 season after he was previously scheduled to retire. Boeheim said he “did not want to make it public” in 2015 that he planned to retire in 2018, but Syverud overruled him. Read more »
The committee — comprised of faculty, staff and administrators — spent “considerable time” during the current academic year on the report, which includes a section on SU’s 2017-18 budget plans in addition to highlighting several areas of concern related to SU’s finances. Read more »
Janine Bogris, chair of the SA’s Board of Elections and Membership, said in an email Tuesday afternoon that the 10 percent threshold has been surpassed. If at least 10 percent of the student body had not voted as of Thursday at midnight, the elections would have been extended until Friday. Read more »