Alumni News

Newhouse alumni are making news across the country and around the globe. Here's what some of them have been doing lately. Have a story idea? Email


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A lighted walk sign in New York City

From internship to full-time offer

How four Newhouse in New York alumnae made it happen

Brooke Glatz '17 next to a Today Show sign

“I wanted to grow up to be Katie Couric.”

Brooke Glatz ’17 discusses her experiences as an NBC Page.

Ryan Parkhurst '06

“The best advertising isn’t advertising.”

Ryan Parkhurst ‘06 explains the importance of customer connection in advertising

Voice for the Silent Masses

Pulitzer Prize winner Jim Asher G’73 says human empathy is key to effective storytelling

Photo of Kristina Hahn

Kristina Hahn ’98 joins the Newhouse Advisory Board

A photo of Meredith Goldstein '99

"I can't be your Carrie Bradshaw."

Boston Globe advice columnist Meredith Goldstein ’99 talks modern advice and memoir

A photo of Laurie Gwen Shapiro '88 and the cover of her book, The Stowaway

Newhouse alumna's book about south pole stowaway reviewed by New York Times

photo of chris licht

Chris Licht ’93 of CBS and ‘The Late Show’ to visit Newhouse March 22

A photo of Sara Brito '92

Embracing serendipity and synchronicity is key to career advancement, says Sara Brito '92

Sara Brito is the co-founder and president of the Good Food Media Network, a non-profit which aims to educate and inspire eaters.

This is a photo of Ian and Noah Eagle

Newhouse and WAER provide connective thread for father and son broadcasters on one memorable day