Tag Archives: The Stand

2022 Photo Walk

SAVE THE DATE: June 3 – Taste of Syracuse Photo Meetup June 19 – South Side Photo Walk July 31 – Syracuse Mets Photo Meetup Our eNewsletter subscribers will be among the first to receive links to register. Sign up below to join our mailing list. Subscribe * indicates required Email Address * Read More »

Current Print Issue

The South Side has always been blessed with an active community of volunteers ready to lend a hand. That’s especially true during the pandemic as people stepped up to help on a myriad of fronts, including volunteering for The Stand.  Click the cover to download a full pdf version of 2020’s final print edition. Community advocates have been busy making ... Read More »

March Issue

The Stand would never have made it to a decade in print without a host of dedicated volunteers, supporters and partners. The project started as the brainchild of Newhouse emeritus professor Steve Davis. Davis saw the need for a news outlet that focused exclusively on the South Side, which has traditionally been underrepresented, and sometimes misrepresented, in other news outlets. ... Read More »

Current Issue

In this issue, we wrap up The Stand’s series “Prison to Family” with a profile on PEACE Inc.’s South Side center coordinator Charles Rivers, who uses his past experiences in and out of prison to help others returning to free society. PEACE also announces the center’s re-entry work will continue for another two years because the Family Reunification Pilot Grant ... Read More »

September Issue

The Stand’s September print issue features six pages of photos from July’s Expanded Photo Walk. These represent a tiny fraction of all the images snapped that day. View the collection here and join us Sept. 6 for a reception at The Link Gallery in downtown. The exhibit showcases 30 photos. Additionally, 10 images are on permanent display at five community ... Read More »

Summer Issue

The Stand’s Summer print issue features Charles Rivers on the cover, who after serving 19 years, 9 months and 4 days in prison, returned to Syracuse in 2012. He now runs PEACE, Inc.’s South Side center and has helped parolees reunite with their families in Syracuse under a $95,000 pilot grant. Currently, PEACE is waiting to see if the grant ... Read More »

The Stand in Italy

South Side paper’s efforts featured at International Journalism Festival The Stand is huge in Italy. Really, it is. The reporters, academics and industry professionals who met in Perugia, Italy, in April for the International Journalism Festival were full of praise for The Stand and its approach to community journalism. Many people who attended the festival are interested in finding ways ... Read More »

Current Issue

Sometimes you end up traveling miles to get to know someone who’s been working and living just a few blocks away. Such was the case over the recent winter break for me when I traveled with a team of students from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University to Grahamstown, South Africa, for a two-week visit. Our ... Read More »

Current Issue

Our winter issue profiles Chief of Police Frank Fowler as part of our They Wear Blue series. Fowler will be stepping down in 2018 when Mayor Stephanie Miner’s term ends and newly elected Mayor Ben Walsh takes the helm. Fowler graced our first cover of The Stand in 2010 shortly after he was named head of the Syracuse Police Department. ... Read More »