With a strategic plan in place and a digital operation in full force, Alexa Díaz hopes to build on The D.O.'s lengthy history of success while best preparing staffers for the industry today. Read more »
Tiffany Lankes (’03) was named editor-in-chief her sophomore year at Syracuse University and headed the paper during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. As an alumna, Lankes spent three years serving on The D.O. Board of Directors from 2011 to 2014 and is now president of The Daily Orange Alumni Association. Read more »
Alexa Díaz, current managing editor of The D.O., reflects on D.O. Palooza 2017 and the ways in which The D.O. staff was inspired by the 51 alumni who came back to 744 Ostrom Avenue for the annual event. Read more »
Palooza is a traditional event for both D.O. staffers and alumni. But did you know its origins? Read about how a little trouble led to the mixer.
Please join us for this year's D.O. Palooza, held March 3-5 in Syracuse. Get details for the event here, join the event on Facebook for last-minute updates and RSVP to editor in chief Justin Mattingly at email@example.com. Read more »
Daily Orange alumnus Roy Gutterman, the director of the Tully Center for Free Speech at the Newhouse School, talks press freedom during the Trump presidency and gives suggestions for how journalists should cover Trump. Read more »
Former D.O. staffer AJ Chavar (‘10) works as a videographer for The New York Times and covers the White House. His work includes compiling wire footage, covering breaking news and occasionally interviewing President Barack Obama. Read more »