Completely student-run, The Cornell Daily Sun operates independently from Cornell University and has been this way since our beginnings in 1880. For 135 years, this paper has proudly served the University and the surrounding community with unparalleled daily coverage of news, arts, sports, arts, and opinion, in addition to compelling science, dining and weekend material. The Sun is the oldest continuously-independent daily in the United States.
Every semester, we recruit students for our sections, which include:
News • Opinion • Sports • Arts & Entertainment • Science • Dining •
Blogs • Photography • Design • Web • Business
To learn more about each section and how to join, please attend our information sessions. Each section has their own individual requirements for becoming a staff member, with some sections like Opinion and Blogs only accepting new writers during the summer for the upcoming academic year.
This spring, information sessions will be held on:
Monday, Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. in 165 McGraw Hall
Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. in 132 Goldwin Smith (HEC Auditorium)
As a former Sun associate editor, Kurt Vonnegut ’44, once said, “The Cornell Sun, thank goodness, showed me what to do with my life, and I did it.” So don’t miss our information session and learn how to join The Sun!