About Sophia Morris

Sophia Morris

Sophia Morris

Born and raised in Syracuse, NY, Sophia Morris will always appreciate the outdoors. She enjoys spending as much time as possible camping, kayaking, fishing and running, regardless of the season or weather. Her favorite way to spend a Sunday afternoon is cooking with her family. Her mom, dad and grandmothers are phenomenal cooks – so she learned from the best! She has two brothers and a sister who know just what to say to make her smile. Sophia is also a sucker for a good love story. A senior at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Sophia is studying Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.

Posts by Sophia Morris

Life after College: How to Ease a Graduate’s Biggest Fear

I’m graduating. I’ve been saying those words a lot lately…mostly in my head. For the past couple of months, it’s been difficult to wrap my head around that concept. I’ve been a student for the past 16 years; I’m not quite sure I know how to be anything else. The Fears of a Graduate Like…Read More »

Hidden Gems: Unique Coffee Shops in Syracuse, NY

Ask any coffee drinker, and they’ll tell you: coffee has worthwhile benefits beyond the pleasant aroma and morning pick-me-up. Indulging in a local coffee shop’s special brew may be just what you need. Luckily, Central New York has several fair trade, sustainable, coffee shops to satisfy your caffeine needs. Each coffee shop has its own…Read More »

Fire Safety Tips for Families

Every second counts when there’s a fire. Using those seconds wisely to get yourself and your loved ones out could make the difference between escaping safely and suffering an injury. Marc Stogran, a software engineer at Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, is a big proponent of the National Fire Protection Association’s “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways…Read More »

Breast Cancer Survivor Almost Skipped Annual Checkup

Pam Eadi was diagnosed with breast cancer 20 years ago. Since then, she has been vigilant and always faithful in keeping her annual appointments for checkups and mammograms. So as her 20-year survivor date approached in 2016, Eadi felt confident that she had beaten what she calls “the beast of breast cancer.” “I had nothing…Read More »