March is Women’s History Month and we are glad The Newhouse School, under the leadership of Lorraine Branham, continues to invite seasoned publishing professionals to campus. Below Jet Magazine’s Mitzi Miller talks about her start in journalism.
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Every school or college should have the kind of testimony that Jayson Stark gave during a visit to Syracuse with fellow baseball analysts Dan Shulman and Tim Kurkjian. Stark talked about his career path being more than a game of chance.
The Syracuse University Marching Band (SUMB) will perform at pregame for Superbowl XLVII.
“Creating When We Were Wanderers required actors to excavate and mine their personal experiences…” Ryan Johnson-Travis, Director
Bravo to director and actor Ryan Johnson-Travis. The theater man continues to write, direct and produce some creative stage work along the Connective Corridor Arts District. His latest conception, “When We Were Wanderers” closed tonight to a packed house at the Community Folk Art Center’s Black Box Theater. The play touched on a plethora of emotions, and honestly explored race and gender from a female perspective.
Later this weekend brothers will grace the stage at CFAC for the CNY Mocha Men production by Me’Shae Brooks Rolling. The Mocha Men event will focus on financial literacy.
Shawn and Marlon Wayans (aka the Wayans Bros.) along with Finesse Mitchell and newcomer Spoken Reasons played a show at Syracuse over the weekend. In addition to their 1990s sit-com the Wayans Bros. are also film producers and directors.
Saturday’s show was a fundraiser for the Syracuse Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. The fraternity historically brings some great comics to campus (such as D.L. Hughley and John Witherspoon).
And in case you are in the mood for a family reunion, it was also announced recently that the first generation of Wayans Bros. (Damon and Keenan) will team up with Shawn and Marlon next year to do a series of stand up shows.