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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Vin Nucatola

Alumni spotlight: Vin Nucatola ’09

Creative producer Vin Nucatola ’09 on charting your own path to creativity.

Ron Sherman standing in front of some of his framed photos.

Newhouse alumnus credited for iconic Hank Aaron photo

Decades after shooting Aaron’s record-breaking homerun, photographer Ron Sherman G’71 gets credit for his famous picture.

Jack Helmuth '97 on the set of Strahan and Sara

Alumni spotlight: Jack Helmuth '97

From SNL to “Strahan and Sara,” television, radio and film alumnus says it’s important to make your own luck.

Photo of students at the 2019 Syracuse University commencement ceremony

Newhouse celebrates commencement weekend

Matthew Berry '92

Fantasy sports expert details unconventional journey to sports television

Matthew Berry ’92 touts the value of 'saying yes to every microphone.'

Elyse Noonan, Marissa Boyajian, Alexa Ainsworth during their panel discussion

For women in sports production, support is the name of the game

Three Newhouse alumnae discuss their career paths during March 29 panel.

Sarah Glover '96

Sarah Glover ’96 returns to Newhouse to talk about the future of journalism

The NABJ president spoke about how to be a successful journalist within an evolving industry

Eric Berman '18

From sleepless nights to the silver screen

Filmmaker Eric Berman '18 is making things happen, one project at a time.

Photo of Doug Robinson

Media exec and producer Doug Robinson ’85 to deliver keynote address at Newhouse Convocation Ceremony

Photo of Sarah Glover

NABJ president to discuss social media, storytelling, digital journalism at Newhouse lecture Feb. 25

Students, alumni find potential careers in Rookie Road

CEO Mike Gursha ’10 mines talent from the Newhouse Network

Joel Godett '09

Joel Godett ’09 says curiosity is the key to good storytelling

Play-by-play announcer for Ball State University challenged prospective sports broadcasting students to never stop asking questions.