goals and priorities

Every dollar supports The Daily Orange’s mission for generations to come. Be a part of our next story.

protect local journalism

With your donation, we’ll continue to be the record of SU history, in print and online via award-winning stories, photographs and designs. Help preserve the No. 1 free news source in Syracuse. You’ll support:

• Investigative projects
• Sports travel
• Up-to-date equipment
• Web development

a place to call home

Syracuse University is demolishing The D.O.’s longtime home, 744 Ostrom Ave. Having our own space off campus is vital for maintaining our independence. You’ll support:

• Rent for our new home
• Down payment for our future permanent home
• Utilities
• Real estate advising

create opportunities

Anyone can walk through our doors and get involved. We want to make sure it remains that way. Help make The D.O. an experiential learning opportunity for every student. You’ll support:

• Staff salaries
• Scholarships
• Office supplies
• Award submission fees

alumni testimonials

Hear what our alumni have to say about their time at The Daily Orange.

sara swann ’18

The Fulcrum

“It was like my second home, if not my first home, because I feel like sometimes I spent more time here than where I actually lived.”

josh barnett ’94

The Buffalo News

“When you go out into the ‘real’ world, it feels like you have a leg up. You’ve had a headstart from the experiences and the education that you got here at The D.O.”

alexa díaz ’18

Los Angeles Times

“When I was looking at schools, I came to Syracuse because of The Daily Orange. It’s where I wanted to learn.”

tito bottitta ’04


“The fact that it’s completely run by students, the fact that we get to make every single decision. That had a profound effect on my life and my outlook in the world.”

support our award-winning publication

The Daily Orange was named the Best College Newspaper of 2019 by the Princeton Review. We consistently earn national recognition from the Associated College Press and the Society of Professional Journalists, among other organizations.

in-depth reporting national winner

Society of Professional Journalists

corporate influence series
by Michael Burke

sports writing
regional winner

Society of Professional Journalists

by Matt Liberman

breaking news reporting regional finalist

Society of Professional Journalists

theta tau
by Catherine Leffert, Jordan Muller, Sam Ogozalek and Kennedy Rose

college division
best print feature story

Syracuse Press Club

the journey home
by Haley Kim and Alexandra Moreo