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Students and Faculty at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School got some big news as classes resumed Monday, a gift from the son of the school’s namesake.

“It is amazing and transformational. $75 million for us at the Newhouse school to use for people and programs. I couldn't be more thrilled.”         


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S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications Dean Lorraine Branham is being remembered for her accomplishments improving the college, as well as her role as a journalism pioneer. 


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A Syracuse University Newhouse School Professor of Television and Popular Culture was surprised by NBC’s quick firing of TODAY Show Host and Anchor Matt Lauer this week.  Bob Thompson said on Wednesday there are many unanswered questions that remain.

“How many people at that organization (NBC) knew what was going on?  If it was going on and how much were they enabling it?  I mean, that’s what was really damaging about that FOX with (Roger) Ailes and (Bill) O’Reilly is that so many people were aware of what was going on and they continued to let it go on.  We don’t know yet about how that’s happening at NBC but, I guess we’re gonna find out.”

Undergraduates from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University partnered with students from Fowler High School to produce three films.