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Past articles by Danny:

NY-22 candidate Francis Conole ties political goals to Syracuse roots

Francis Conole said his Syracuse roots drive his desire to serve his community. His mother was born on Merriman Avenue in the Southwest neighborhood. → Read More

Common Councilor Amir Gethers arrested following domestic violence call

Gethers was booked at 5:10 p.m. and charged with criminal obstruction of breathing and second-degree harassment. → Read More

SU, JMA Wireless partner to bring 5G to 3 residence halls

About 53% of students eligible for the JMA 5G pilot program have joined thus far, with 47% currently unable to join due to technological constraints. → Read More

New SPD data shows disproportionate policing of Black people, communities

SPD Right to Know data from the past year demonstrates disproportionate policing of and use of force against Black people in the city of Syracuse. → Read More

What you need to know to prevent monkeypox transmission on campus

Syracuse University and Onondaga County continue to monitor the potential threat monkeypox poses and prepare protocols in the event of a potential outbreak. → Read More

Gov. Kathy Hochul announces funds for organizations to help gun violence victims

The McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center in Onondaga County will receive $670,000 in funding as a part of New York state’s Community Violence Intervention Act. → Read More

Man arrested for injuring 4, killing 1 in Armory Square shooting

The shooting occurred on the 300 block of South Clinton Street between Al’s Wine and Whiskey Lounge and DP Dough just after midnight on Saturday. → Read More

New York state reaches $220 billion budget agreement

New York state reached an agreement Thursday for a $220 billion state budget after contention that stalled the bill past its original April 1 deadline. → Read More

Clint Smith discusses book 'How the Word is Passed', transition into journalism

Poet and journalist Clint Smith spoke to Syracuse University community members about his latest book, “How the Word is Passed,” via Zoom on Wednesday night. → Read More

Biden administration extends student loan moratorium to Aug. 31

This is the seventh time the student loan moratorium has been extended since the onset of the pandemic. → Read More

Michael Steele speaks on time as Maryland Lt. Gov., political landscape

Steele spoke about the connection between faith and public service during the annual Borgognoni Lecture. → Read More

DPS investigating anti-LGBTQ language outside Brewster Hall

Since the filing of the report, DPS has reviewed security footage and conducted interviews with the individual who reported the incident as well as others who were in the area at the time. → Read More

Our Time Has Come program celebrates underrepresented students' achievements

The program seeks out students that have a strong interest in leadership training, volunteering and joining a supportive community of scholars, according to the OTHC website. → Read More

Syracuse owner occupied land linked to higher property value, lower delinquent taxes

Throughout the city, Syracuse’s median property value in owner-occupied properties is 13% higher than in rental properties, according to data analyzed by The Daily Orange. → Read More

Kimberly T. Hill appointed as New York state’s 1st Chief Disability Officer

The position was established Tuesday along with the Office of the Chief Disability Officer, which will advocate for people with disabilities. → Read More

'I was one of the numbers': Students express concern over Barnes Center care

Students detailed their experiences receiving medical care and mental health services from the Barnes Center at The Arch. → Read More

SU places Lambda Upsilon Lambda fraternity on disciplinary, social probation

The disciplinary and social probation will last until May 31, 2022. → Read More

New York state implements indoor mask mandate with rising COVID-19 cases

The mandate requires people to wear a mask in indoor public places unless they provide proof of vaccination. → Read More

SU junior’s start-up Fundwurx wins 2nd-place prize at regional competition

Ben Ford's start-up company, Fundwurx, won the second-place prize at Western New York Global Student Entrepreneur Awards. → Read More

SU's wastewater testing has become more valuable in determining COVID transmission

Syracuse University is continuing its use of wastewater surveillance testing to determine COVID-19 transmission on campus. → Read More