Syracuse University

Tuohey and Farukhi quoted in Broadcasting and Cable story on FCC media ownership decision

Chris Tuohey, associate professor and chair of the broadcast and digital journalism program, and Imraan Farukhi, assistant professor of radio, …

Journalism

Denver Alumni Event: Fake News, the Power of Social Media

Join us for an evening with Syracuse University in downtown Denver as we explore the concept of fake viral news.<p>How does misinformation spread so …

Library Studies

Can science combat fake news?

Associate research professor Leanne Hirshfield wants her seven-year-old daughter to live in a world that respects science—and facts. This is part of …

Journalism

Syracuse University graduate student arrested on child pornography charges

A Syracuse University graduate student was arrested Wednesday on child pornography charges, the New York State Police announced in a …

Crime

Syracuse University mumps outbreak – bad anti-vaccine math

Partially because I’m an alumnus, and partially because I watch new reports about infectious disease outbreaks all over the world, I’ve been …

Public Health

Mike Tirico ’88 receives Newhouse’s Marty Glickman Award for Leadership in Sports Media | Newhouse School - Syracuse University

Renowned sportscaster and Newhouse School alumnus Mike Tirico ’88 received the fifth annual Marty Glickman Award for Leadership in Sports Media at a …

How some New York politicians are financing their 2018 election campaigns

For Democrats, 2018 is shaping up to be a good election year — especially for those in New York state — with experts predicting better campaign …

Elections

Study: Work-life balance difficult for military families

For years, issues of pay and benefits have been high on the list of concerns that servicmembers and their families have about their military …

Military

When you can't find what you're looking for, create it

One of my closest friends at SU, Hanna Benavides, also went through a similar experience. As a student from Mexico, she too failed to find a place on …

Students

Phishing emails at Syracuse University are becoming more sophisticated and malicious, officials say - The Daily Orange - The Independent Student Newspaper of Syracuse, New York

The email landed in the inboxes of Syracuse University students on the afternoon of Sept. 5. The message, which bore the subject line “NetID Update,” …

Security

Four iSchool Students Attend Hacker Halted Conference

The School of Information Studies (iSchool) is grounded in an environment that recognizes both historical and current-day technological problems. In …

Education

Follow the bouncing guard: Isis Young brings a jolt of energy to Syracuse women's basketball

The SU newcomer brings a lot of enthusiasm to her return to college basketball.

Women's Basketball

The importance of the hustle

In the music industry, particularly radio, it’s all about connections, intuition and the ability to hustle hard. On Oct. 26,as a part of the Soyars …

Event: Master's Open House

Visiting us is the best way to see all that we have to offer. To reserve a place at our Open House, please complete our web registration form. We'll …

MTV co

<b>John Sykes ’77</b><p>Sykes is president of iHeartMedia Entertainment Enterprises, where he oversees partnerships across a broad range of media including …

MTV

International Student Spotlight: Joann Li

When Joann Li graduates from the Newhouse School, she hopes to work in foreign correspondence at a major news organization like CNN.<p>According to Li, …

Journalism

Stubborn, critical and questioning

On Twitter, Nikole Hannah-Jones describes herself as “the Beyoncé of journalism.” Just like Beyoncé, Hannah-Jones is outspoken, blunt and not afraid …

Education

Amid immigration crackdown, cities step in with free legal aid

Here in Judge J. Traci Hong's crammed courtroom, the jargon flows: There is talk of I-360s and I-589s, of provisional waivers and LPRs – lawful …

News (U.S.)

WNED-TV to hold special screening of 'Ralph' before Dec. 15 air date

The 30-minute documentary, "Ralph," from WNED-TV on the life and legacy of the late Buffalo Bills owner Ralph C. Wilson, will get a preview screening …

Buffalo

Event: Louis the Child: The ins and outs of an Electronic tour

Ever wonder how a tour comes together? Or who is responsible for what, once an act is on the road? In this special Bandier Program/Soyars Lecture …

New Syracuse women's basketball center needs to get a running start on her career

Five-star recruit Amaya Finklea-Guity will be trying to replace Orange fixture Briana Day in the middle.

Women's Basketball

Ben Walsh wins Syracuse mayoral race, defeating Democrat Juanita Perez Williams - The Daily Orange - The Independent Student Newspaper of Syracuse, New York

Ben Walsh has made history by defeating Democrat Juanita Perez Williams in Tuesday’s general election to become Syracuse’s first mayor-elect ever to …

Elections

Panel discussion at Newhouse School will explore data journalism | Newhouse School - Syracuse University

Using data has become a critical skill for journalists. But where do you get it? How do you use it and what kinds of stories can you do? Do you have …

Journalism

Tips to help academics respond to right-wing attacks (essay)

Dana Cloud, who was targeted herself, offers a guide for other academics.Job Tags: FACULTY JOBSAd keywords: facultyEditorial Tags: Academic …

Ann Coulter

Haythornthwaite Recognized with ASIS&T Research in Information Science Award

School of Information Studies (iSchool) professor Carolyn Haythornthwaite was recognized with the Association for Information Science and …

Library Studies

Comfort food and communications

Despite the reduced focus on the host, Loitsch pointed out that the host’s work is not always easy. “The biggest thing is to not make the hands the …

Comfort Food

Librarians One of the “8 Jobs That Won’t Exist,” Debunked

Did a leading newspaper call librarians a dying breed of professional?A recent article in USA Today, <i>Careers: 8 jobs that won’t exist in 2030</i>, clumps …

Library Studies

iSchool to Participate in NYLA’s Annual Conference

Students, Faculty, and Staff will represent the School of Information Studies (iSchool) this week at the Annual Conference of the New York Library …

Library Studies

Study: Chicago fund means more immigrants getting legal help

Months after Chicago officials established up a $1.3 million fund to boost legal services for immigrants facing deportation, there's been a big spike …

Business

Spike in legal representation for immigrants in Chicago is attributed to $1 million city fund

Immigrants in Chicago have seen a dramatic increase in legal representation since earlier this year, thanks in part to a fund established by the city, according to an independent study released this week by researchers at Syracuse University.<p>According to the report, the percentage of immigrants in …

Immigration