Haley Robertson, The Daily Orange

Haley Robertson

The Daily Orange

Syracuse, NY, United States

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Past articles by Haley:

‘Queer Eye’ star Jonathan Van Ness to participate in virtual Q&A

Actress Michelle Buteau will moderate the Zoom event. → Read More

Letter from the editors: The D.O. will publish online for remainder of semester

As students disperse across the country, The Daily Orange will still be here. → Read More

The D.O. adjusts style guide to capitalize ‘Black’

After a careful review of its current style guide, The Daily Orange has decided to capitalize “Black” when referring to a culture, ethnicity or a group of people. → Read More

SU welcomes feedback on trolley experience

SU says trolley routes and procedures can be amended over time based on feedback from riders. → Read More

A look into how the arts are funded in Syracuse

Beyond the three Syracuse-based arts organizations recommended for grants from the NEA this year, arts organizations across the city receive support from NYSCA and CNY Arts, among others. → Read More

Meet the Syracuse baristas behind your Insta-worthy lattes

Here are the names and faces of the Syracuse baristas responsible for the latte art we all know and love. → Read More

A Tiny Home for Good builds affordable housing for those facing homelessness

Growing up in Marcellus, Dale Spicer worked sun-up until nearly midnight to support his family. His work ethic has persevered throughout his life, even after… → Read More

Redhouse Arts Center names Broadway vet as new artistic director

Tony Award-nominated actor, director and writer Hunter Foster will be the theater’s new artistic director. → Read More

OPEN CALL: How the theater scene in Syracuse is becoming more accessible

Disability rights advocates push for increased arts accessibility in Syracuse, praising Syracuse Stage for setting the standard. → Read More

Antoni Porowski taught SU students how to make salad — and they ate it up

Antoni Porowski from Netflix’s “Queer Eye” spoke at Syracuse University for a cooking demonstration and Q&A session on Saturday night. → Read More

CNY Playhouse announced its 2019 lineup — and it includes ‘Mamma Mia’

Central New York Playhouse announced that they will present “Mamma Mia,” “Annie” and 10 other shows next year. → Read More

SU native community advocates for increased presence on Indigenous Peoples Day

The Native Student Program works to bring visibility and awareness of indigenous peoples through activism. Several students are attending the Indigenous Peoples ceremony at Columbus Square on Monday. → Read More

OUTNUMBERED: One year after #MeToo, women engineering students say they still feel left out in the classroom

SU women engineering students are significantly outnumbered by men in nearly every classroom. More than a year after the #MeToo movement swept social media, women engineers still grapple with the effects of working in a men-dominated industry. → Read More

WORLDS APART: After 13 years, Salat Ali is returning to the refugee camp he once left to reunite with his mother

Salat Ali came to the United States from a refugee camp when he was 11 years-old. 13 years later, he’s now preparing to return to the camp —and reunite with his mother for the first time. → Read More

Good Uncle now cooks your food inside their trucks

A new chef, a new cooking procedure and a new menu are in place for one of the fastest-growing food delivery startups in the country, and it all started in Syracuse. → Read More

Office of Multicultural Affairs provides professional, emotional support for students

The SU Office of Multicultural Affairs provides academic, professional and social opportunities for students of color. → Read More

Light Work partners with For Freedoms as part of ‘Be Strong’ exhibition

Guest-curated by For Freedoms, an activist organization, the “Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul” exhibit displays more than 40 photographs by former Light Work guest artists. → Read More

Live theater in Syracuse: What to see this summer

Shows include “Rock of Ages,” “La Cage aux Folles,” and “Seinfeld Live.” There’s something for every theater-goer this summer season. → Read More

Eco-friendly hairstyles arrive in downtown Syracuse

Members of Alpha Chi Omega sorority won $20 off hairstyling services at Salon Amare for the chapter’s formal on Saturday night. → Read More

‘Tired Old Queen at the Movies’ to perform one-man show in Syracuse

Comedian, actor and movie connoisseur Steve Hayes will return to the Redhouse Arts Center to perform “Raised by Warner Brothers, Born in Syracuse” on Friday and Saturday. → Read More