I’m Greg Bradbury reporting for N-C-C News. Here are the stories making news today October 30th
In response to the mass shooting that took place in Pittsburgh over the weekend Chaim Jaffe (Hiam Jaff-AY), the president of a local synagogue, is sending a message of love not hate.
“I think it gives everyone a moment of pause, but at the end of the day love always conquers hatred and tolerance and people will show up.”
As the migrant caravan makes its way to the U-S Mexico border, Professor Steven Alvarez of St. John’s University is in Syracuse to talk about migrant rights with a look at the importance of culture that migrants bring with them.
“It is an important conversation and it is a national one and I’m happy to be here. We can talk about it through tacos, that’s fine too, but we are still going to talk about it.”
Remembrance Week is taking place at Syracuse University to commemorate the anniversary of the PAN AM Flight One-O-Three terrorist attack. The week’s events started with a candlelight vigil and continued today with 30 minutes of mindfulness – a meditation led by by a Buddhist chaplain in Hendricks’s Chapel.
Mostly sunny skies today as temperatures climb into the high forties.
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