Student-Run Media

At Syracuse University, student-run media is more than just an opportunity for budding journalists to hone their craft. No one knows the ins and outs of the University like students, so no one is better positioned to share what's happening, what's now, and what's next.

Students from across disciplines can be part of Syracuse’s student-run media culture. Because the best way to learn is to actively do, we encourage everyone to try their hand at reporting, editing, writing, or the many other opportunities available through campus stations and publications. Peruse any of these outlets to learn more about life at Syracuse from those who truly live it:

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“Writing for The Daily Orange”

Follow @oursyracuseu on Instagram for a look at Syracuse University through the eyes of our students.

Vanessa poses with her front page Daily Orange article “I began writing for the @dailyorange my freshman year. I started out in Pulp, and made my way to becoming a political opinions columnist my junior and senior years. The DO is staffed with so many great writers and editors, and it was an honor to have their guidance.
Two of my most memorable DO moments were when @theottoorange posted about an article I did on him (pictured in this post), and watching the first presidential debate with my fellow DO colleagues.” -Vanessa Salman