Next month, Syracuse will begin live streaming Common Council meetings online, in partnership with PBS affiliate WCNY. Check out my story for NCC News.
In my Student Life column this week, I commend young students for standing up for their beliefs and participating in March for Our Lives protests. Read more here.
Never thought I would be in Israel for spring break… but here I am! I’m taking a journalism trip hosted by the Jerusalem Press Club, with 14 of my classmates from the Newhouse school. Our itinerary stops in almost all corners of the country and immerses us in various aspects of society – political, religious, … Continue reading Old City – Day 1
In a recent proposal, Governor Andrew Cuomo said he wants to get rid of tips in New York. This means that instead of earning tips, restaurant servers would all get a higher base wage. I visited local restaurants in Syracuse, where some employees said this proposal is not in their best interests. Right now, the idea … Continue reading Servers speak out against proposal to end tips in NY
In my column this week, I break down the controversies surrounding Florida Gulf Coast University’s “White Racism” class, and how college students need to get comfortable with uncomfortable material...Read more here.
Check out my latest piece in this month's issue of Jerk Magazine. I wrote about Salt City Coffee, a new coffee shop just five minutes away from the SU campus. Owner Aaron Metthe's passion for coffee roasting turned into a full time business venture, and a way to create a "third space" for the community. … Continue reading Roasted
In today's edition of the The Daily Orange, I share my observations on Syracuse University's school spirit during this year’s improbable March Madness run... Read my piece here.
Meet Ralph Rotella, owner of Discount Shoe Repair in Syracuse, NY. Multimedia Storytelling project by Syracuse University students Rachel Day, Dylan Gans, and Rashika Jaipuriar.
Originally published in The Daily Orange Amazon Prime members are now able to receive a free six-month trial of The Washington Post. About 40 million Amazon Prime members have access to The Washington Post’s national digital edition. After the six-month trial is over, Prime members will be able to subscribe to The Post for $3.99 … Continue reading Amazon Prime members receive free trial to The Washington Post