Mornings on the Hill for Wednesday, September 21, 2022 Wednesday, September 21, 2022

COMING UP ON MORNINGS ON THE HILL. STUDENTS IN LONDON ARE FEELING THE SHOCK WAVES FROM THE QUEEN’S BURIAL.
AND GAS PRICES ARE TICKING UP FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MONTHS. ALL THAT PLUS YOUR WEATHER AND ORANGE SPORTS COMING UP ON THIS EDITION OF MORNINGS ON THE HILL.
GOOD MORNING. I’M MICAH PRUYN GOLDSTEIN. THANKS FOR JOINING US FOR MORNINGS ON THE HILL.
AND I’M JAILAH PETTIS. HERE’S A LOOK AT SOME OF THE STORIES WE’LL BE TALKING ABOUT THIS HALF HOUR.
IF YOU’VE BEEN PAYING ATTENTION TO THE NEWS LATELY YOU’VE HEARD THAT THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND WAS LAID TO REST THIS WEEK.
WHAT YOU MAY NOT BE AWARE OF IS A NUMBER OF OUR STUDENTS ARE ABROAD IN ENGLAND RIGHT NOW.
MORNINGS ON THE HILL REPORTER ALAINA LOSITO SPOKE WITH THE COORDINATOR FROM LONDON THIS MORNING AND JOINS US NOW WITH THE LATEST. ALAINA.
THERE’S A FIVE HOUR TIME DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LONDON AND THE U-S BUT THIS MORNING I SPOKE WITH BECCA FARNUM.
SHE RUNS THE LONDON OFFICE FOR S-U ABROAD AND SHE WORKS WITH MANY OF THE STUDENTS STUDYING OVERSEAS.
SHE WAS ALREADY UP AND AT WORK THIS MORNING WHEN I SPOKE WITH HER.
SHE SAID THE PAST WEEK HAS BEEN A TEACHABLE MOMENT FOR STAFF AND A MEMORABLE MOMENT FOR STUDENTS.
WE HAVE 159 STUDENTS SYRACUSE STUDENTS HERE STUDYING ABROAD FOR THE FALL 2022 SEMESTER.AND THEY WERE JUST GETTING TO KNOW THE UK, JUST GETTING TO KNOW THEIR FLATS, ALL OF THOSE IND OF THINGS. AND NOW LONDON GOES INTO THIS MASSIVE PERIOD OF MOURNING AND EVERYTHING CHANGES. YOU’VE REALLY GOT EMOTIONS THAT ARE ABSOLUTELY SPANNING THE ENTIRE SPECTRUM. FROM “I JUST LOST SOMEONE WHO FELT LIKE MY GRANDMOTHER” TO “A VASSAGE OF COLONIALISM HAS JUST DIED AND ARE WE GOING TO KEEP GOING OR ARE WE GOING TO HAVE A RECONSILIATION?” I THINK A LOT OF THE STUDENTS STILL WRESTLING WITH KIND OF HOW THEY FEEL ABOUT IT PERSONALLY. A LOT OF US AMERICANS ARE LIKE “OH YAY, THE QUEEN!” AND KIND OF HAVING THAT PERSONAL REALTIONSHIP AS THEY’RE ALSO AWARE OF… LUCKY MAY NOT BE THE RIGHT WORD… BUT THE TIMING IN TERMS OF BEING ABLE TO BE HERE AND SEE THE UK GO THROUGH THIS IS CERTAINLY A POWERFUL LEARNING MOMENT FOR THEM. AND I DO THINK IN A FEW DECADES IT MIGHT BE ONE OF THOSE QUESTIONS, “WHERE WERE YOU WHEN THE QUEEN DIED?”AND THEY GET TO SAY, “IN LONDON AND I SAW IT ALL PLAY OUT.”
BY THE WAY IF YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST IN STUDYING ABROAD SU HAS MANY OPTIONS.
YOU CAN TRAVEL ANYWHERE FROM LONDON WHERE BECCA IS TO MADRID, FLORENCE, AND MORE.
YOU CAN VISIT THEIR WEBSITE AT SUABROAD.SYR.EDU.
FOR MORNINGS ON THE HILL I’M ALAINA LOSITO.

THANK YOU ALAINA. IF YOU OWN A CAR YOU MAY WANT TO HEAD TO THE GAS STATION TODAY. THAT’S BECAUSE GAS PRICES ARE HEADING BACK UP.
FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE SUMMER STARTED, GAS PRICES ARE ON THE RISE.
THIS COMES AFTER THREE STRAIGHT MONTHS OF FALLING PRICES.
AT ONE POINT MANY OF US WERE PAYING MORE THAN FOUR-DOLLARS PER GALLON AT THE PUMP.
THOSE PRICES FELL THROUGH THE SUMMER MONTHS AND IN SOME PARTS OF THE COUNTRY PEOPLE WERE PAYING LESS THAN THREE-DOLLARS A GALLON.
LOCALLY, YOU CAN FIND GAS PRICES AT THEIR LOWEST POINT NORTH OF SYRACUSE.
AROUND CAMPUS, YOU CAN EXPECT TO PAY ABOUT THREE-DOLLARS-AND-EIGHTY-CENTS FOR A GALLON OF GAS.
JAILAH IT HAS BEEN A RAINY WEEK SO FAR AND I WONDER IF THAT WILL CONTINUE. HOW DID YOU FEEL?
I FELT REALLY GOOD. THE WEATHER WAS REALLY COOL, IT WAS A BREEZE, AND I CAN TELL THAT FALL IS IN THE AIR.
CERTAINLY. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY OF SUMMER AND ON THAT NOTE I’M GOING TO THROW IT NOW TO OUR MORNINGS ON THE HILL REPORTER IN THE STUDIO ZACH RICHTER. ZACH.
GOOD MORNING MICAH AND JAILAH. YEAH IT WAS A LITTLE CHILLY THIS MORNING. WE WERE ACTUALLY IN THE HIGH FIFTYS THIS MORNING WHEN I WOKE UP AROUND SIX. BUT RIGHT NOW WE TAKE A LOOK OUTSIDE. IT’S SIXTY-EIGHT DEGREES AND IT FEELS LIKE SIXTY-EIGHT BECAUSE THERE’S NO REAL WINDS IN OUR AREA RIGHT NOW. THE DEW POINT IS SITTING AT FIFTY-EIGHT AND ALSO ANOTHER INTERESTING THING, THE HUMIDTY RIGHT NOW IS AT SEVENTY-EIGHT PERCENT. WHEN WE WOKE UP THIS MORNING THE HUMIDITY WAS REALLY HIGH. IT WAS ABOVE NINETY PERCENT BUT NOW IT’S MAKING IT’S WAY DOWN. I’LL HAVE MORE ON THE FIVE DY FORECAST AND HOW TEMPERATURES WILL GO UP THIS AFTERNOON IN JUST A BIT. BUT NOW, MICAH, JAILAH, I’LL SEND IT BACK OVER TO YOU.
THANKS ZACH. THIS WEEK MARKS THE OPENING FOR HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY IS PUTTING ON MANY EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS FOR STUDENTS.
MORNINGS ON THE HILL REPORTER ISABEL FLORES IS JOINING US LIVE AT COLLEGE PLACE WITH MORE ON HOW WE CAN GET INVOLVED AND CELEBRATE. ISABEL.
THANKS, JAILAH!
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH BEGAN SEPTEMBER 15TH AND LASTS UNTIL OCTOBER 15TH.
THE UNIVERSITY HAS PLANNED SEVERAL UNIQUE EVENTS THIS YEAR.
I WAS ABLE TO INTERVIEW SOME STUDENTS ABOUT WHAT THEY THOUGHT OF THE EFFORTS PUT INTO PREPARING THESE EVENTS.
AS WE NAVIGATE HISPANIC HERRITAGE MONTH THE OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS IS ROLLING OUT NEW EVENTS TO CELEBRATE. HERE’S WHAT SOME STUDENTS HAD TO SAY.
SOME OF THE GOALS FOR THE EVENTS IN THE IN THE OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS FOR LATINX HISPANIC HERRITAGE MONTH IS TO ALLOW STUDENTS OF COLOR TO COME INTO CONTACT WITH THEIR ROOTS AND OTHER STUDENTS AND TO BE ABLE TO COND OVER THESE EVENTS AND ALSO LEARN HOW TO KEEP THEIR ROOTS ALIVE ON CAMPUS. ESPECIALLY WITH BEING AT A PREDOMINANTLY WHITE INSTITUTION IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE THESE EVENTS IN ORDER FOR STUDENTS TO FEEL BELONGING AND FEEL AT HOME AND HAVE A SAFE SPACE ON CAMPUS WHERE THEY CAN GO TO AND NOT JUST FEEL LIKE THEY DON’T BELONG BECAUSE OF THEIR IDENTITY.
I THINK IT’S SO IMPORTANT THAT WE HAVE EVENTS HAPPEING TO EMBRACE LATINX INDIVIDUALS HERE AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. AS A PUERTO RICAN WOMAN MY MAJOR FEAR WAS THAT I WAS GOING TO COME ON CAMPUS AND NOT GET ANY REPRESENTATION. BUT WITH THESE AMAZING EVENTS GOING ON I FEEL REPRESENTED AND I FEEL THAT I’M BEING HEARD AND I’M HAVING PEOPLE WHO I CAN CONFIDE IN AND CAN RELATE TO. SO IT’S REALLY AMAZING AND I’M REALLY EXCITED TO BE A PART OF IT.
WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE MORE ADVERTISING AROUND HISPANIC HERRITAGE. NOT MANY PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT IT AND UNLESS YOU READ THE SCHOOL’S EMAIL BLAST YOU WOULDN’T KNOW ABOUT IT. I LIKE THE ACTIVITES THAT ARE AROUND AND I THINK SO MANY OTHER STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT HISPANIC WOULD ALSO ENJOY THEM AND WOULD GET TO PARTAKE IN THE CULTURE. SO I THINK THAT WOULD BE A GREAT IDEA.
I ALSO THINK THAT IT’S VERY IMPORANT THAT THE REST OF THE STUDENT BODY LEARNS LIKE AS MARIANA SAID ABOUT OUR CULTURE AND THEY CAN JUST ENDULGE THEMSELVES ON HOW WE GREW UP. I JUST THINK THIS IT WOULD BE A LOT OF FUN FOR EVERYONE TO COME TOGETHER AND LEARN ABOUT OUR CULTURE.
TO GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HISPANIC HERRITAGE MONTH EVENTS, THE MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS OFFICE IS LOCATED IN THE SCHINE CENTER SUITE 132.
SOME HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH EVENTS INCLUDE AN I-M LEAGUE SOCCER GAME, A COFFEE DAY, AND A LATINX PARTY- ALSO KNOWN AS FIESTA LATINA!
TO GET MORE INFORMATION, YOU CAN VISIT THE MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS OFFICE IN THE SCHINE CENTER. AGAIN, THEIR SUITE NUMBER IS 132.
REPORTING FROM COLLEGEPLACE FOR MORNINGS ON THE HILL, I’M ISABEL FLORES.
THIS SUNDAY THE HIP HOP AND JAZZ GROUP WARP TRIO WILL JOIN US IN SYRACUSE FOR A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE.
THE GROUP AIMS TO BRING BLACK VOICES TO MUSIC AND GLOBALIZE THE INDUSTRY WHERE THEY SAW A VOID.
WARP TRIO WILL JOIN THREE OTHER SYRACUSE MUSICIANS FOR THEIR PERFORMANCE. THEY’LL BE IN HENDRICKS CHAPEL THIS SUNDAY AT FOUR.
THEY’LL ALSO BE SPEAKING TO STUDENTS IN THE SETNOR SCHOOL OF MUSIC THROUGHOUT NEXT WEEK.
THE 30TH WESTCOTT STREET CULTURAL FAIR IS TAKING PLACE THIS SUNDAY.
THE FAIR IS AN ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF THE WESTCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD THROUGH ITS CULTURE, ARTS, FOOD AND ACTIVITIES.
DIVERSITY AND UNIQUNESS WILL BE DISPLAYED THROUGH A PARADE STARTING AT NOON ON WESTCOTT STREET FROM CONCORD TO DELL AND ENTERTAINMENT TO FOLLOW FROM 12:30 TO 6:30 AT NIGHT.
AND AT THE CULTURAL FAIR THE MISFITS MARKET WILL BE HOSTING DOZENS OF VINTAGE AND LOCAL VENDORS. THEY’LL HAVE EVERYTHING FROM CLOTHING AND EMBRIODERY TO CRYSTALS. THE MARKET IS PUT ON BY BEATNOOK AND WAS FOUNDED BY CURATORS ERIN MAURO AND HEATHER BINION. BINOIN SAYS THE MARKET BRINGS SOMETHING NEW TO THE FAIR.
SO WE’VE BEEN THE BEATNOOKS FOR ABOUT TWO YEARS. WE’VE STARED HOSTING MARKETS BECAUSE WE FELT THEIR WAS A VOID IN THE AREA FOR REALLY CURATED MARKETS WITH A MIX OF LOCAL ARTISANS AND VINTAGE VENDORS.
THIS IS THE THIRD MARKET THEY’VE HOSTED. BINION SAYS THEY HAND PICK ALL THEIR VENDORS SO THEY CAN PICK THE BEST AND MOST DIVERSE GROUP THEY CAN.
IT’S REALLY COOL BECAUSE A LOT OF OUR VENDORS ARE LGBTQ, WOMAN OWNED, MINORITY OWNED SO WE REALLY SHOWCASE THAT AS WELL. SO IT REALLY FITS IN LINE WITH THE WESTCOTT STREET CULTURAL FAIR. IT BRINGS SOMETHING THAT THEY DON’T HAVE AT THE WESTCOTT STREET CULTURAL FAIR.

THE MARKET WILL BE DURING THE SAME HOURS OF THE CULTURAL FAIR OR NOON TO SIX ON SUNDAY.
COMING UP ON MORNINGS ON THE HILL. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY’S MEN’S SOCCER MADE BIG WAVES AGAINST CLEMSON THIS WEEKEND. WE’LL HAVE MORE IN JUST A FEW MINUTES.
WELCOME BACK MORNINGS ON THE HILL. THIS AFTERNOON THE S-U CAMPUS IS IN FOR AN ALARMING NOISE.
MORININGS ON THE HILL REPORTER SAMMY ST. JEAN HAS THE SCOOP ON WHAT D-P-S HAS PLANNED, TO KEEP THE UNIVERSITY SAFE.
IF YOU ARE A FRESHMAN OR A GRADUATE STUDENT LIKE ME 12:40 MIGHT BRING QUITE A BIT OF CONFUSION. THERE IS GOING TO BE AN EMERGENCY ALARM BLARING ACROSS CAMPUS AND IF YOU ARE A NEW STUDENT IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT THIS IS FOR.
THIS ALARM SYSTEM IS APART OF THE ORANGE ALERT SYSTEM. DPS HAS THIS SYSTEM IN PLACE FOR AN ON GOING THREAT TO CAMPUS. WHAT THAT MEANS IS THEY NEED TO REACH YOU AS FAST AS POSSIBLE.
THIS TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH THREE THINGS. THE FIRST BEING THAT DPS IS ABLE TO MAKE SURE THEIR TECHNOLOGY WORKS.
THIS ALSO PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE STAFF TO GET TRAINED. WHEN RESPONSIBLE FOR TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE THAT KIND OF TASK CAN BE VERY DAUNTING SO A TRIAL RUN IS AS IMPORTANT FOR THE DPS STAFF AS IT IS FOR STUDENTS.
THE FINAL REASON IS TO MAKE SURE EVERYONE IS CONNECTED TO THE SYSTEM. THE ALARMS ARE JUST STEP ONE OF HOW DPS WILL TRY TO REACH YOU. YOU WILL ALSO RECIEVE AN EMAIL, GET NOTIFIED BY PHONE AND RECIEVE A TEXT.
BY REACHING OUT IN ALL OF THESE FORMS DPS MAKES SURE THEY ACCOMODATE FOR ANY DISABILITY OR CIRCUMSTANCE THAT SOMEONE ON CAMPUS MIGHT HAVE.
NOW IF YOU DO NOT GET NOTIFIED BY ANY OF THESE FORMS YOU ARE GOING TO WANT TO UPDATE YOUR ORANGE ALERT CONTACT INFORMATION.
TO DO THIS GO TO YOUR MYSLICE, LOGIN AND THEN SELECT YOUR STUDENT OR EMPLOYEE HOME DEPENDING ON YOUR RELATION TO SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY.
THEN UNDER PERSONAL PROFILE YOU WILL SEE ORANGE ALERT CONTACTS AND IT IS HERE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO ADD, EDIT OR DELETE CONTACT INFORMATION.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT IN AN ACTUAL EMERGENCY ASIDE FROM JUST NOTIFYING YOU, THESE TESTS WILL PROVIDE THE RECOMMENDED COURSE OF ACTION FOR THE GIVEN THREAT TO CAMPUS.
FOR MORNINGS ON THE HILL, SAMMY ST. JEAN.
THANK YOU SAMMY. TIME TO CHECK IN ON TODAY’S WEATHER.
ZACH RICHTER IS LIVE OUT ON UNIVERSITY AVE TO TELL US WHAT TO EXPECT. ZACH.

THANKS MICAH AND JAILAH. THE HIGH TODAY IS 82 DEGREES AND WE’RE AT 67 DEGREES RIGHT NOW BUT TEMPERATURES ARE REALLY GOING TO WARM UP THIS AFTERNOON. WE’RE GOING TO SEE OVER A 10 DEGREE WARM UP LATER TODAY. THE LOW IS 59 AND OUR AVERAGE HIGH IS 71 AND OUR AVERAGE LOW IS 51 DEGREES. NOW MOVING TO OUR DAY PLANNER FOR TODAY THIS MORNING IT WAS 68 DEGREES AND THAT’S KIND OF WHERE WE’RE AT RIGHT NOW. THE PRECIPITATION 50 PERCENT AND IT’S JUST CLEAR OUT THERE REALLY. THE SUN WILL CONTINUE TO COME OUT THROUGHOUT THE DAY AS WE’RE GOING TO GO UP TO 80 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON. AND THEN WE’RE GOING TO SEE THUNDERSTORMS TONIGHT WITH A 68 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN. IT’S GOING TO BE HEAVY, HEAVY RAIN CONTINUING THROUGH THE NIGHT AS WE DROP DOWN TO 64. MOVING INTO OUR HOURLY FORECAST HERE, IT’S GOING TO BE 80 DEGREES AROUND 5:00. AND LOOK AT THIS TREND. IT’S GOING TO GO ALL THE WAY UP AND THEN GO ALL THE WAY BACK DOWN TO 58 OVERNIGHT. IT’S GOING TO BE A CHILLY ONE. AND YOU LOOK AT THE NEXT 48 HOURS, IT’S REALLY GOING TO GET DOWN AS YOU LOOK ON THURSDAY, 49 DEGREES AS WE GET INTO THE HIGH FORTIES LATER THIS WEEK. NOW TURNING TO OUR FIVE DAY FORECAST HERE TODAY, HIGH OF 82, AND THAT’S GOING TO BE ONE OF THE LAST DAYS WE’RE GOING TO SEE IN THE EIGHTIES. FOR A LONG TIME AS TOMORROW, THE HIGH IS ONLY GOING TO BE 61 WITH SOME RAIN. NOT GOING TO BE A REALLY NICE DAY OUT THERE. FRIDAY, IT’S GOING TO BE 55 AND SUNNY, THOUGH, BUT A LOW OF 44, SATURDAY 63, AND SUNDAY 64 AS THE RAIN RETURNS. THAT’S ALL I HAVE FOR WEATHER RIGHT NOW. MICAH, JAILAH. I’LL SEND IT BACK OVER TO YOU.
SCHOOL IS IN FULL SWING AND SOME OF US MAY BE MISSING OUR FURRY FRIENDS. WITH THAT SAID, A PROGRAM ON CAMPUS IS PROVIDING THE PET LOVE WE NEED. OUR MORNINGS ON THE HILL REPORTER MADDIE MUSTION IS OUTSIDE BARNES CENTER TO TELL US THE INSPIRATION BEHIND THIS PET THERAPY PROGRAM. MADDIE.
THANKS GUYS IN LITTLE UNDER TWO HOURS THE PETS WILL BE ARRIVING HERE AT THE BARNES CENTER.
PET THERAPY IS A REALLY GREAT PROGRAM THAT BRINGS IN LOCAL PARTNERS INCLUDING PET PARTNERS OF CENTRAL NEW YORK.
I GOT TO TALK TO MARY GILBERT WHO IS ONE OF THE PET THERAPY TEAM MEMBERS THAT WORKS WITH SU.
SHE SAYS THAT THESE TYPES OF PROGRAMS MAKE A HUGE IMPACT, ESPECIALLY ON COLLEGE STUDENTS.
IT’S JUST PEOPLE JUST LIGHT UP. WE’VE HAD STUDENTS CRY, HAPPY CRY, BUT PARTICULARLY ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES BECAUSE THEY’RE AWAY FROM THEIR OWN PETS. A LOT OF TIMES FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME. BUT LUCKILY AT BARNES CENTER, WE’RE THERE EVERY WEEK AND PEOPLE CAN COUNT ON IT AND THEY CAN LOOK FORWARD TO THEM AND THEY CAN KIND OF BUILD THAT INTO THEIR SCHEDULE IF THAT’S SOMETHING THAT THEY REALLY, REALLY WANT AND THEY GET TO BOND WITH. YOU’RE THERE. THERE ARE OTHER PEOPLE ON CAMPUS AND YOU GET TO MEET OTHER CAMPUS PEOPLE ON CAMPUS. PERHAPS PEOPLE REALIZE HOW MUCH WE ALL REALLY DO HAVE IN COMMON, AND IT’S A REALLY NICE BONDING EXPERIENCE FOR A LOT OF THE STUDENTS.
PET PARTNERS OF CENTRAL NEW YORK IS VERY EXCITED TO BE BACK ON CAMPUS SHARING THEIR THERAPY DOGS WITH STUDENTS.
WHILE THE PANDEMIC IMPACTED STUDENTS, THE DOGS ALSO FELT THE STRESS AND MISSED OUT ON THEIR WEEKLY HANG OUT AT THE BARNES CENTER.
THE BARNES CENTER WILL BE HOSTING PET THERAPY TODAY AT NOON AND AGAIN AT 5:15.
IT WAS A VERY DIFFICULT TIME FOR EVERY IT WAS HARD ON OUR PETS, TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH. THEY LOVED THE ATTENTION AND TO ALL OF A SUDDEN BE HOME WITH ME. ALL IS KIND OF LONELY. THEY LOVE GOING. THEY TRULY DO.
COMING UP FOR SPORTS. EXCITING FINISHES THAT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT. DON’T GO ANYWHERE.
GOOD MORNING I’M MICHAEL VILLEGAS WITH YOUR ORANGE SPORTS UPDATE HERE ON MORNINGS ON THE HILL.
LET’S START WITH THE HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS PAST WEEKEND.
WOMEN’S FIELD HOCKEY CAME AWAY WITH NOT ONE BUT TWO WINS. ON FRIDAY THEY MADE A STATEMENT VERSUS EIGHTEENTH RANKED DUKE AND WON 5-1 AND ADDED ANOTHER WIN ON SUNDAY VERSUS HOFSTRA WITH A FINAL SCORE OF 1-0.
WOMEN’S SOCCER LOST FRIDAY NIGHT IN A NAIL-BITER AGAINST THIRD RANKED DUKE. THE WOMEN HELD ON ALL GAME JUST UNTIL THE EIGHTY EIGHTH MINUTE WHEN DUKE’S MAGGIE GRAHAM PUT ONE IN OFF A LATE CORNER KICK TO SEAL THE VICTORY FOR THE BLUE DEVILS.
MOVING OVER TO MEN’S SOCCER.THEY SHUTOUT COLGATE LAST NIGHT 2-0. BUT OUR SYDNEY STAPLES IS IN THE STUDIO TO TELL YOU ABOUT THEIR HISTORIC WIN ON SATURDAY.
SYRACUSE MEN’S SOCCER IS NOW RANKED THIRD IN THE COUNTRY AFTER TAKING DOWN PREVIOUSLY NUMBER ONE RANKED CLEMSON 2-TO-1 ON SATURDAY.
THE TIGERS SCORED FIRST IN THE 8TH MINUTE. BUT IT WAS ALL CUSE FROM THEN ON.
AFTER JUNIOR GEORGIO SCHSCHEFSKI’S GOAL THAT SENIOR LEVONTE JOHNSON ASSISTED… JOHNSON SCORED A GOAL OF HIS OWN: THE WINNING ONE.
HE STARTED THE SECOND HALF WITH A ONE-ON-ONE MATCHUP IN FRONT OF FRAME THAT HE ULTIMATELY FINISHED TO SECURE THE LEAD.
REDSHIRT SENIOR RUSSEL SHEALY MADE TWO BIG-TIME SAVES TO FOLLOW AND MATCHED HIS CAREER HIGH WITH SIX ON THE NIGHT.
THE WIN IS SYRACUSE’S SECOND IN A ROW OVER THE TIGERS… AND FIRST WIN OVER A NUMBER ONE RANKED OPPONENT SINCE 2018.
THE ORANGE SNAPPED CLEMSON’S 11-MATCH WINNING STREAK THAT DATED BACK TO NOVEMBER OF LAST YEAR.
JOHNSON RECEIVED THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK AND SHEALY WON ACC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK.
IS THE FIRST TIME THE ORANGE SWEPT THE WEEKLY AWARDS.
BACK TO YOU MICHAEL.
THANK YOU SYDNEY. ANOTHER HUGE WIN THIS WEEKEND FOR THE ORANGE CAME ON THE GRIDIRON.
THE FOOTBALL TEAM PUT ON AN ABSOLUTE SHOW AND A FINISH THAT WILL BE THE TALK OF THE TOWN FOR A WHILE.
BEFORE WE GET THERE LET’S SEE SOME KEY PLAYS IN THE FOURTH QUARTER THAT LED TO THE EXCITING FINISH.
ON AN IMPORTANT FOURTH AND 1 IN THE FOURTH QUARTER.THE OFFENSE MAKES A SURPRISING CALL AND OPS FOR A PASS.BUT IT PAYS OFF BIG TIME AS SHRADER FINDS ORANDE GADSDEN FOR A FOURTY-SIX-YARD TOUCHDOWN.
ON THIS NEXT PLAY AIDAN O’CONNELL DROPS BACK BUT IS IMMEDIATELY PRESSURED AND TRIES TO THROW IT AWAY BUT CALEB OKECHUKWU IS IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME AND TAKES IT BACK FOR A PICK SIX THAT WOULD PUSH THE LEAD TO THREE.
PURDUE WOULD ANSWER WITH A TOUCHDOWN OF THEIR OWN BUT THAT WOULD LEAD TO THE PLAY OF THE GAME. DOWN BY FOUR WITH TWELVE SECONDS LEFT IN THE GAME. SHRADER DROPS BACK WITH ICE IN HIS VEINS AND TAKES A SHOT BUT DELIVERS A PERFECT BALL TO GADSDEN YET AGAIN.THIS TIME TO SEAL THE GAME AND COME OUT ON TOP WITH THE FINAL SCORE 29-32 FOR THE ORANGE.
THE ORANGE HAVE ANOTHER TOUGH MATCHUP UNDER FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS IN THE DOME THIS WEEKEND VERSUS VIRGINIA STARTING AT 7.
THAT’S IT FOR YOUR SPORTS HERE ON MORNING’S ON THE HILL.
STILL TO COME HERE ON MORNINGS ON THE HILL. THE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OCCURRED FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE COVID.
THAT STORY AND MORE JUST AHEAD. STAY WITH US.
THE TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL CAME TO END ON SUNDAY — SEPTEMBER 21ST. I’M HERE TODAY TO TELL YOU ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE GOING TO THE FILM FESTIVAL THIS YEAR. THE TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IS FULLY BACK IN PERSON AFTER THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC. IT WAS VERY EXCITING TO BE IN TORONTO FOR THE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, ESPECIALLY SINCE IT WAS MY FIRST TIME GOING TO CANADA. THE ARTS, JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS MASTER’S PROGRAM AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY HAD THE PRIVILEGE TO GO TO THE TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. THE FILM FESTIVAL RAN FROM SEPTEMBER 8TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 18TH. I HAD THE PRIVILEGE TO GO TO THE FILM FESTIVAL BETWEEN THE DATES OF SEPTEMBER 9TH AND SEPTEMBER 11. AT THE FILM FESTIVAL, I GOT TO SEE MANY WORLD PREMIERES, TALKBACKS AND Q&A WITH CAST AND CREW OF CERTAIN MOVIES. SOME MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS FOR ME WERE CASSA SUSANNA CC, BROS, SENIOR GUERRILLAS, THE END OF SAX, THE BLACK INNING AND SYDNEY. SYDNEY WAS EXTRA SPECIAL BECAUSE OPRAH WINFREY CAME OUT TO TALK TO SIDNEY POITIERS DAUGHTERS RIGHT LIVE ON STAGE. AND THAT WAS BY FAR A BIG HIGHLIGHT. PIPER STARNES IS ANOTHER ARTS JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATIONS MAJOR HERE AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY. ONE OF HER BIGGEST HIGHLIGHTS WAS ABLE TO SEE GLASS ONION, WHICH IS THE SEQUEL TO THE HIT MOVIE KNIVES OUT.
AND IT WAS REALLY COOL BECAUSE MY CLASSMATE AND I, WE WEREN’T EXPECTING TO SEE THE CAST COME ON AFTER THE SCREENING. AND IT WAS REALLY COOL TO HEAR FROM THE DIRECTOR, RYAN JOHNSON, AS WELL AS THE FULL CAST.
FOR MORNING’S ON THE HILL.I’M JEREMY LYNCH.
THAT IS GOING TO DO IT FOR US ON MORNINGS ON THE HILL. BUT BEFORE WE GET TO THAT, JEREMY, YOU OBVIOUSLY SAW A LOT OF COOL THINGS AT THE TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. WHAT I WANT TO KNOW IS WHAT WAS YOUR FAVORITE FILM THAT YOU SAW?
MY FAVORITE MOVIE WOULD DEFINITELY HAVE TO BE BRO’S. ANYONE WHO KNOWS ME, I ALWAYS TALK ABOUT THAT MOVIE JUST BECAUSE IT WAS SUCH A HIGHLIGHT, BECAUSE IT WAS THE PERFECT MIXTURE OF COMEDY, BUT ALSO APPEAL TO YOUR EMOTIONS AS WELL. IT WAS A FANTASTIC FILM.
AND JEREMY, CAN YOU TELL US A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE POUTINE?
OH, THE POUTINE. THE POUTINE WAS DELICIOUS. IT’S BASICALLY FRIES, CHEESE CURDS AND GRAVY.
THAT IS GOING TO DO IT FOR US THIS WEDNESDAY HERE ON MORNINGS ON THE HILL. I’M MICHAH PRIME – GOLDSTIEN FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA!
I’M JAILIAH PETTIS THANKS FOR WATCHING ORANGE NATION. WE’LL SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, LIVE AT TEN A-M RIGHT HERE ON OTN.

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