2016Robinson, a communication and rhetorical studies alumnus, joined with Jessica Santana ’11 G’13 to create New York On Tech, a nonprofit organization that provides pathways for underrepresented New York City high school students into the field of technology.
2016A native of China and alumna of the Department of Transmedia's art video graduate program, London-based Zhu benefitted from studies in Syracuse and a post-M.F.A. residency in Los Angeles.
2016Nichols, a graduate of the School of Art's illustration program, has one of the coolest jobs in the world—creating doodles, the changes made to the Google logo on the company’s homepage.
April 2016Kimmel, an alumnus of the Department of Transmedia's film program, quit his job as a successful television producer to devote his full attention—and finances—to “Stories of Syria,” a project he conceived after a 2014 visit to a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan.
2016A young woman seeking redemption helps a weary Wisconsin town rediscover its value while finding the meaning of home in the Department of Drama’s recent production of this Off-Broadway musical.
2016The Setnor School of Music offers non-music majors a number of opportunities to participate in an ensemble, take private lessons, and enroll in group classes in the fall 2016 semester.
2016Casseus, a communication and rhetorical studies major, is involved in a variety of on-campus organizations, all supporting her overall goal of becoming an executive producer for her own television network.
2016The Department of Drama tackled the volatile combination of adolescence and anxiety in Simon Stephens’ 2009 play.
2016Artists featured in the recent exhibition included Ann Clarke, dean of VPA, and School of Art faculty members Andrew Havenhand, Kevin Larmon, and Tom Hall.
2016Cho, a graduate of the School of Design's communications design program, founded Oh Joy!, a multifaceted company that creates how-to lifestyle videos, books, and a daily blog, all with a cheerful focus on food, fashion, home decor, and more.