The used book and music shop in Eastwood gets new items every day, adding to its extensive collection that spans five rooms and a basement. For my final article at The Daily Orange, I pitched the idea of featuring a local record and book store that not many students know about or get to explore.
Tattoo artist Thom Bulman opened his own shop two years ago, combining his love for tattoos with toys and collectables from comics and movies. I went to the tattoo shop three times to talk to Thom and one of his coworkers and to see what made the shop so special — the toys and collectables.
For children with autism, social skills can be tough. This program at Drumlins Tennis Club kicks off its second session Saturday to develop those skills using tennis. This story was my first A1 and is still one of my favorite stories I have worked on. The program is nationwide and gets kids with autism more involved with the world of sports.
Komonibo founded her social enterprise, Style Lottery, in 2013. Four years later, she is a recipient of 2017 Bustle’s Upstart Award for her work in business, fashion and philanthropy. I talked to Timi about what started as her “open closet” policy with her sisters but then turned into a fashion philanthropy.
Every September, Hope for Heather selects 30 Syracuse men to fight ovarian cancer by spreading awareness during National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. The story details how two parents keep their daughter’s passion of health awareness alive with the help of their community.
Alumnus Liam Sullivan and his peanutter partners Elise Grover and Iara Aldape brought the peanut on wheels to Syracuse University last week to recruit and talk about their times on the “nutty highways of America.” I was able to talk to the three peanutters in the NUTmobile and find out how they travel around the East Coast in a peanut.