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DAILYORANGE.COM hi 19° | lo TUESDAY 9° january 22, 2013 t h e i n de pe n de n t s t u de n t n e w spa pe r of s y r acuse , n e w yor k INSIDENEWS INSIDEOPINION INSIDEPULP INSIDESPORTS AStudents day toshare remember their Grab and go SU students would benefit Oh, snap! Students use Snapchat to Bear-ly escaping Syracuse fights back experiences from the presidential inauguration. Page 3 from a larger grocery store in the Schine Student Center. Page 5 communicate via picture and video messaging that disappears after viewing. Page 11 ONLINE Check out dailorange. com for a photo gallery of Syracuse’s win over Cincinnati. See late again to upend No. 21 Cincinnati. Page 20 DJ’s hosts 1st ‘18 and older’ night By Meredith Newman ASST. NEWS EDITOR DJ’s On the Hill became the first Marshall Street bar to host a night dedicated to underage students when it held an “18 and older” night last Tuesday. The “18 and older” night will be held every Tuesday, said Dean Whittles, owner of the bar. He said last Tuesday hundreds of students came to DJ’s. The idea came after DJ’s hired an outside, local agency, Spectrum Security, to handle security at the bar. Spectrum Security guards now control the entrance and the overall security of customers, which mostly consists of students, Whittles said. Whittles and DJ’s managers then started brainstorming with Spectrum about how underage SEE DJ’S PAGE 6 Working Students attend inauguration in nation’s capital on a ‘dream’ By Levi Stein STAFF WRITER On Saturday, Emily Becker and several of her friends packed up her Toyota Scion and hit the road for President Barack Obama’s second inauguration in Washington, D.C. “We are all seniors and wanted to take a little adventure,” said Becker, a political science and policy studies major. Becker was one of several Syracuse University students who traveled to the capital, staying overnight with friends and family, and then fighting for space amid the crowd to watch Obama take the presidential oath of office for his second term. The group wanted to be close to the next morning’s events SEE INAUGURATION PAGE 9 SU’s MLK Jr. celebration brings to light equality issues on 50th anniversary of King’s speech A yuki mizuma | staff photographer ROSLYN BROCK AND THE ONEWORLD DANCERS speak and perform at the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Saturday in the Carrier Dome. Brock, board chairman of the NAACP, spoke about the importance of contributing to the community. By Jen Bundy STAFF WRITER smile stretched across Willie Mae Taylor’s face Saturday evening at the Carrier Dome during Syracuse University’s 28th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. “I feel so great. This event is just beautiful,” she said. “I feel so grateful.” Taylor, a Syracuse resident for 50 years, was one of nearly 1,500 guests at the event, titled “Yesterday’s Dream, Tomorrow’s Promise,” said Kelly Rodoski, news manager for SU News. Keynote speaker Roslyn Brock, board chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, noted the significance of the 2013 celebration. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, the 50th anniversary of King’s “I Have a SEE MLK PAGE 6 GA LLERY See photos from “Yesterday’s Dream, Tomorrow’s Promise” and the dinner celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.’s life at

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