The Daily Orange
Casey wrote more than 60 stories during her four years at The Daily Orange. Below are a few of her favorites:
- Living in hope: Professor finds strength in notes from friends, family: Nestled safely in a back closet inside Carla Lloyd’s home is a green plastic container filled with cards.
- Taking Shape: The College of Arts and Sciences sees renewed focus under Syverud: The College of Arts and Sciences is Syracuse University’s diamond in the rough. The oldest and largest college at SU, the one housed in the picturesque Hall of Languages, is sometimes overlooked. It’s something Chancellor Kent Syverud would like to change.
- Man on the Street: Syverud aims to connect with SU community: On his first day as chancellor, Kent Syverud made his way to the Schine Student Center to have lunch among the students of Syracuse University. He doesn’t want to be a “clueless 57 year old;” he wants to be someone who understands what life is like for an undergraduate student at SU
- Carter Oakley: Club lacrosse captain leads fundraising effort to help teammate in battle against cancer: This season, scoring goals meant more than ever for men’s club lacrosse captain Carter Oakley.
- Syracuse University names dean of School of Architecture: Michael Speaks has been named the new dean of Syracuse University’s School of Architecture.
- Last glance: Dylan Lustig reflects on his past year as Student Association President: As a child, Dylan Lustig wanted to be a superhero. He wanted to be the good guy.
- Acropolis Pizza House increases security measures to avoid closure: The city of Syracuse threatened to shut down Marshall Street staple Acropolis Pizza House unless the facility takes steps to increase security.
- The ties that bind: Despite generational gap, SU community continues to connect with Pan Am 103: A pained Syracuse University community has gone through different stages of grief in the last 24 years.
- Seeing eye to eye: SU leaves politics aside, builds academic relationship with North Korea : It had been part of Blake Stilwell’s yearly routine for the past four years: send application for student visa to travel to North Korea.
- Former SU student remembered by family for athleticism, generosity: When Joshua Sajous was 13 years old, he went to visit his oldest brother, David Jones, in Colorado for the first time. On the trip, Jones wanted to pass on some wisdom to his little brother: the art of water skiing.
- Pan Am 103: Al-Megrahi’s death fails to provide closure for families of victims, SU community: In the FBI field office in Washington, D.C., two pictures hung on the wall: one of the tail of the Pan Am Flight 103 aircraft, which donned an American flag, and the other of a baby’s shoe.