The Cornell Daily Sun Welcomes its 142nd Editorial Board

Despite the overcast, rainy conditions last Saturday, The Cornell Daily Sun still rose to elect its 142nd Editorial Board. Between the fiery speeches and heated deliberations, the day’s end brought together a board and with it, a new and exciting era for The Sun.

Starting off with our premier, the man of the hour is Gabriel Levin ’26, our 142nd editor in chief. Without a true Sun historian, we can’t say for certain, but as a 19-year-old sophomore, he may just be the youngest EIC in Sun history. 

Objectively, the news side of the paper is in great hands with Julia Senzon ’26 — and her ten active lists of Sun plans — stepping up as managing editor. Next to her through it all will be The Sun’s resident grammarian, Eric Reilly ’25, who will be serving as the assistant managing editor. As an Environment and Sustainability major, Eric has a bit of a green thumb: In fact, he was even born on St. Patrick’s Day.