37 episodes

Each week, we invite you to hear directly from our reporters about the stories that drive the Syracuse community.

The Daily Orange is an independent newspaper published in Syracuse, New York. The editorial content of the paper — which originated in 1903 and went independent in 1971 — and its online platforms are entirely run by Syracuse University students.

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Each week, we invite you to hear directly from our reporters about the stories that drive the Syracuse community.

The Daily Orange is an independent newspaper published in Syracuse, New York. The editorial content of the paper — which originated in 1903 and went independent in 1971 — and its online platforms are entirely run by Syracuse University students.

    Campus closure after rising COVID-19 cases, SU uses biased test proctoring

    Campus closure after rising COVID-19 cases, SU uses biased test proctoring

    Featuring News staff coverage of campus closure with News Editor Chris Hippensteel, "College of Law will use proctoring software despite bias, security concerns" by Michael Sessa, and "Sudden end to in-person classes leaves some students feeling uncertain" by Sarah Alessandrini. Our host is Moriah Humiston and our Executive Producer and Podcast Editor is Elizabeth Kauma. Our Producers for this episode were Abby Fritz, Kiley Herlihy, and Adam Garrity. 

    • 31 min
    How the presidential election impacted SU's campus community

    How the presidential election impacted SU's campus community

    Featuring analysis from Ghael Fobes and Anthony Dabbundo, "SU, SUNY-ESF students excited to cast ballots, feel safe voting in person" by the Daily Orange News Staff with News Editor Chris Hippensteel, "Students anxiously await final election results the day after polls close" by Sarah Alessandrini and Abby Weis, "Some professors cancel class, adjust plans to reduce Election Day stress" by Michael Sessa. Our host is Moriah Humiston and our Executive Producer and Podcast Editor is Elizabeth Kauma. Our Producers for this episode were Kiley Herlihy, Katherine Itoh, and Adam Garrity

    • 35 min
    Semester of grief, visibility for Indigenous students and accessible audio

    Semester of grief, visibility for Indigenous students and accessible audio

    Trigger warning: this episode contains discussions of death and grieving. Featuring "SU chaplains explain ways to cope after campus community deaths" by Maggie Hicks, "Indigenous students will design art installation to honor Onondaga Nation" by Madison Tyler, and "Sound Beat: Access Audio creates audiobook with InclusiveU students" by Sydney Bergan. Our host is Moriah Humiston and our Executive Producer and Podcast Editor is Elizabeth Kauma. Our Producers for this episode were Abby Fritz, Kiley Herlihy, and Katherine Itoh. 

    • 26 min
    Syracuse activists' vision for police reform

    Syracuse activists' vision for police reform

    Featuring "What police reform means to Syracuse activists, leaders" by Abby Weiss and Richard Chang, "Syracuse nonprofit will build city’s 1st LGBTQ youth homeless shelter" by Sarah Alessandrini, and "SU students release music about self-reflection, social justice" by Abby Baughan. Our host is Moriah Humiston and our Executive Producer and Podcast Editor is Elizabeth Kauma. Our Producers for this episode were Katherine Itoh, Adam Garrity, Kiley Herlihy, and Abby Fritz. The songs mixed into the Podcast were "Memories" and "Lockdown" by Anish Ghosh and Afamefuna.

    • 28 min
    SU's online classes aren't accessible, big tech funds local election

    SU's online classes aren't accessible, big tech funds local election

    Featuring "Students with disabilities are still facing obstacles in online classes" by Micheal Sessa, "Mark Zuckerberg-backed foundation helps fund Onondaga County elections" by Chris Hippensteel, and "SUNY-ESF snail-breeding program aims to restore species" by Mary Rand. Our host is Moriah Humiston and our Executive Producer and Podcast Editor is Elizabeth Kauma. Our Producers for this episode were Kiley Herlihy, Abby Fritz, and Adam Garrity.

    • 31 min
    Campus COVID-19 cluster: How it began and where it's going

    Campus COVID-19 cluster: How it began and where it's going

    Featuring the coverage of the COVID-19 cluster by Daily Orange News staff, including News Editor Chris Hippensteel, "Pooled saliva testing allows SU to overcome national rapid test shortage" by Maggie Hicks, and "SU social media influencer expands reach through clothing brand" by Sydney Bergan. Our host is Moriah Humiston and our Executive Producer and Podcast Editor is Elizabeth Kauma. Our Producers for this episode were Katherine Itoh, Adam Garrity, and Abby Fritz.

    • 24 min

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