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Duck: Jacob Klinger

The semester-ly tradition in which outgoing members of The Daily Orange’s in-house staff reveal just how truly fractured their emotional (well-)being is and with whom… Read more »

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Duck: Lindsay Dawson

I first started The Daily Orange known as “the other roommate,” but it wasn’t long until I found myself a part of this dysfunctional group.… Read more »

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Duck: Margaret Lin

Thank you for... Lindsay: hanging out with me literally 24/7 this semester. You've lead the visuals with strange noises and an impeccable eye for strong… Read more »

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Duck: Shawna Rabbas

To be honest, I’m still not quite sure how I ended up here. Jumping into The Daily Orange last semester was something I never really… Read more »

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Duck: Nick Coggiola

Family — Thanks for dealing with me coming home at 4 a.m. And for all the support and whatnot. Love you guys. Lizzie — You… Read more »

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Duck: Jackie Frere

D.O. Diehard. That's what Casey called me when I first interviewed to come into the house with the red door, and I've never looked back… Read more »

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Duck: Chris Voll

It was rare that I had the pleasure of walking the halls of 744 Ostrom, but whenever I did, I was always reminded of why… Read more »

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Duck: Brendan Krisel

On a whim, without ever writing a story for The Daily Orange, I figured I would apply to be an assistant copy editor. After stumbling… Read more »

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Duck: Casey Fabris

Everything I’ve done at college worth noting, I did here. I laughed and I cried. I made my best friends. I dated a guy in… Read more »

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Duck: Stephen Bailey

Mom, Dad, Maama, Boompa and Shashi: Thanks for always supporting me, and understanding when I only call once a month or can’t come home for… Read more »

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Duck: Alfred Ng

I walked into 744 Ostrom Avenue on January 25, 2013, determined to become a staff writer. Four hundred-fifty-seven days later, on April 29, 2014, I… Read more »

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Duck: Annie Palmer

I really had no idea how to start this off. I can only describe the friendships I’ve made, sleepless nights I’ve endured and my hopeless… Read more »

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Duck: Lizzie Hart

The Daily Orange has been compared to a cult, a mafia, a fraternity, an island of misfit toys and an abusive relationship. For the past… Read more »

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Duck: Luke Rafferty

Ankur: My No. 1. No matter how dreary or cold the night, your shorts and awful graphic T’s always brightened my day. Although spending $13.67… Read more »

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Duck: Trevor Hass

Mom and Dad: Thanks for reading my stories, being such stupendous parents and taking care of Monty. Really excited to see you guys all the… Read more »

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Duck: Meredith Newman

I’ve been known for knowing people’s secrets, but I have a final one of my own: I’ve always come to house for any D.O. function… Read more »

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Duck: Kristin Ross

If I was iffy about working at The Daily Orange before, all doubts vanished when I learned an editor's written farewell to the paper is… Read more »

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Duck: Maddy Berner

If you know me at all, you know that I love a lot of things. I consider my own and past staffs to be some… Read more »

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Duck: Dylan Segelbaum

The Daily Orange is a sweatshop. Seriously. Just think about it. Dim lights. Long hours at lower-than-minimum-wage pay. Mice? Check. But perhaps worst of all:… Read more »

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Duck: David Wilson

Bailey: Everyone knows you have ideas. I know you can execute them. I can’t wait to see what the section looks like next semester; just… Read more »

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Duck: Ankur Patankar

1201 days, 119 people, 24 quitters, four hospital trips, three slaps in the face, two bloody eyes, a sprained ankle and maybe $5 later, my… Read more »

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Duck: Mark Cooper

The Daily Orange took advantage of my freshman naivety. After three or four attempts, I finally heard back from Conor Orr, the sports editor, in… Read more »