Newhouse graduate students enjoy being a part of the larger Syracuse University campus. Founded in 1870, SU currently has 11 schools and colleges with an enrollment of more than 12,000 undergraduate students and 6,000 graduate students. Newhouse grad students have opportunities to get involved with various student organizations, go to intercollegiate athletic events, and attend SU-sponsored guest lectures and performances. There are numerous opportunities to get involved in campus clubs, organizations and sports. There are more than 300 recognized organizations on campus including student government, Public Relations Students Society of America, The Daily Orange (SU's student-run newspaper) and various intramural sports.
Campus news organizations
The Daily Orange (DO)
Syracuse University's daily newspaper offers opportunities for students to gain experience in print journalism. The DO is a great way for magazine, newspaper and online students to build up their clip file for job and internship applications.
Campus radio stations:
This is a National Public Radio station with a jazz format. WAER also offers considerable news and sports programming, and it has been the starting point for such sports broadcasters as Bob Costas, Dick Stockton, Mike Tirico, Len Berman, Marv Albert, Ian Eagle, Sean McDonough and many more.
This is Syracuse University's only student-run radio station.
WERW maintains a tradition of college radio by playing a diverse range of genres and is now listenable everywhere on the web.
Campus TV stations
Orange TV Network (OTN)
On the air since 2005, OTN is student-produced TV. It’s on 24/7 throughout the school year. Our student crews produce many of the comedy, sports, dance, music and artistic performances all over campus.
CitrusTV is the nation's oldest and largest entirely student-run television studio, and produces all shows in full high definition. With more than 300 active student members, we are also one of the largest student organizations at Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF. Students in all years and majors can gain experience producing news, sports, and entertainment shows that air on the Orange Television Network (campus channel 2), Time Warner Cable Sports 13, CitrusTV.com, and other online platforms. In addition to opportunities working in crew and talent roles, there are numerous opportunities for students to get involved in the studio's non-content departments that allow the studio to function, including operations/engineering, Web media, alumni relations, promotions and business/ad sales. Learn more at CitrusTV.com.