About The Daily Orange
The Daily Orange Corp.
744 Ostrom Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210 USA
The Daily Orange, the independent campus newspaper of Syracuse University, will publish 125 issues during the 2013-14 academic year with a circulation of 6,000 copies, a readership of 20,000 and online circulation of about 280,000 during publishing months. The paper is published Monday through Thursday when school is in session and 12 Fridays before home football games and select basketball games. The paper is distributed free to more than 100 locations on and around the SU campus, including Armory Square, South Side, Hanover, City Courts, Westcott and Nottingham business areas. The editorial content of the paper, which originated in 1903 and went independent in 1971, is entirely student-run.
Peter Waack, General Manager
Business Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., during the Syracuse University school year. Summer hours are variable.
Editorial Staff: Spring 2014
The best way to contact editors is via email. Editors will then call you if applicable. We all check our email interminably. Seriously.
Editorial Office Hours: Sunday-Thursday, approx. 5 p.m. to midnight, depending on the times when Syracuse University is out of session or on break.
|Managementfirstname.lastname@example.org, (315) 443-9798|
|Casey Fabris||Editor in Chief|
|Chase Gaewski||Managing Editor|
|Annie Palmer||news editor|
|Jacob Pramuk||asst. news editor|
|Brett Samuels||asst. news editor|
|Ellen Meyers||asst. news editor|
|Jocelyn Delaney||asst. copy editor|
|Lydia Wilson||asst. copy editor|
|Alfred Ng||editorial editor|
|Lara Sorokanich||feature editor|
|Madysan Foltz||asst. feature editor|
|Erik van Rheenen||asst. feature editor|
|Elaina Crockett||asst. copy editor|
|Brendan Krisel||asst. copy editor|
|Stephen Bailey||sports editor|
|Jesse Dougherty||asst. sports editor|
|Trevor Hass||asst. sports editor|
|Sam Blum||asst. copy editor|
|Phil D’Abbraccio||asst. copy editor|
|Margaret Lin||photo editor|
|Emma Fierberg||asst. photo editor|
|Joshuah Romero||asst. photo editor|
|Elizabeth Hart||presentation director|
|Mara Corbett||design editor|
|Lindsay Dawson||design editor|
|Chloe Meister||design editor|
|Jon Mettus||design editor|
|Clare Ramirez||design editor|
|Nick Coggiola||design editor|
|Maddy Berner||development editor|
|Luke Rafferty||video editor|
|Audrey Hart||copy chief|
|Meredith Newman||social media producer|
|Chris Voll||web developer|
|Natalie Riess||art director|
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Letter to the Editor Policy
To have a letter printed in The Daily Orange, please follow the guidelines listed below:
- Limit your letter to 400 words.
- Letters must be submitted by 4 p.m. the day prior to when you would like it to run. The D.O. cannot guarantee publication if it is submitted past the deadline.
- Letters must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Include your full name as well as your year and major, year of graduation or position on campus. If you are not affiliated with SU, please include your town of residence.
- Include a phone number and email address where you can be reached. This is for verification purposes only and will not be printed.
Thanks in advance for following these guidelines. The editors of The Daily Orange try their hardest to fit relevant letters in the paper, and guidelines allow us to do so.
Article Takedown Policy
The Daily Orange does not remove articles from its website without a compelling legal justification. The board of directors of The Daily Orange reserves the exclusive right to modify this policy without notice and as it deems necessary.
The Daily Orange is the newspaper of record for news created by or affecting the Syracuse University community. The Daily Orange’s staff believes dailyorange.com should reflect the contents of the print version of the publication as accurately as possible. We believe unnecessarily altering the contents of dailyorange.com would be a disservice to our readers and the communities we serve by preventing our online component from accurately documenting history as it happens.
If you feel there is a legal justification for the publication to take down an article, column or other material appearing on dailyorange.com, please submit your request in writing to the below address, including with your request 1) the name of the written work, 2) its author, 3) the date of publication, 4) a hyperlink to the online version, 5) the legal justification for taking the work down and 6) any supporting documents.
The Daily Orange
Re: Online article takedown request
744 Ostrom Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210
The editor in chief will respond to requestors after examining takedown requests.