April 26, 2017The most recent showing was ”Come From Away”, a show that gained national attention when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended with Ivanka Trump in March.
April 24, 2016Chancellor Syverud has shared his thoughts and opinions with the Syracuse University campus community since his first day on the job. Read more...
April 24, 2017
Awards highlight the achievements of artists of excellence who happen to have disabilities.
April 17, 2017This week, a half-century later, officials in Boston announced they’ll retire Switzer’s bib number from the 1967 race, making her only the second person in the history of the event to earn that honor. The other number belonged to John Kelley, who ran Boston 61 times.
April 6, 2017In the message to the College of Visual and Performing Arts and Newhouse School communities today, Vice Chancellor and Provost Michele Wheatly described the future of the Bandier Program.
April 6, 2017Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., civil rights activist, business executive and attorney, will deliver the 2017 Commencement address at the ceremony for Syracuse University on Sunday, May 14, at the Carrier Dome. Jordan will also be awarded an honorary degree, a Doctor of Laws, at the 163rd Commencement exercises.
March 27, 2017Tickets are now on sale for the 7th annual SU Day at Citi Field on Sunday, June 4, as the Mets take on the Pittsburgh Pirates. Gates will open at 11:10 a.m., with the first pitch at 1:10 p.m.
March 16, 2017On Friday, March 24th, the Syracuse University community will celebrate National Orange Day—the 147th anniversary of SU’s founding day on March 24, 1870!
February 21, 2017The newest Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts was welcomed to the Syracuse family by alumni and friends at the Lubin House.
February 13, 2017
New office, new team members. The NYC Office of Alumni Engagement is now open at Lubin House.
February 13, 2017
Emily Francisco is one of two graduate students to receive the Palitz Scholar award this year. A third-year graduate student pursuing concurrent degrees in art history and museum studies, she earned a B.A. in art history and English with a writing cncentration from Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pa.
February 10, 2017
A standing room-only event was held at The Explorers Club to mark the one-year anniversary of the historic discovery of gravitational waves, or ripples in the fabric of space-time. With this discovery, for the first time, scientists have observed these ripples arriving at earth from a cataclysmic event in the distant universe. This confirms a major prediction of Albert Einstein’s 1915 general theory of relativity, and opens an unprecedented new window onto the cosmos.
February 9, 2017
On the heels of the 50th anniversary of Syracuse University’s Lubin House, the University has created the Joseph I. Lubin Society to celebrate and recognize its most philanthropic parents. An inaugural event to celebrate the launch of the Lubin Society brought Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syrverud, Provost Michele Wheatly and Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management and the Student Experience Dolan Evanovich together with parents of current students at Lubin House on Feb. 1.
February 8, 2017
SU alumni can’t get enough of the Syracuse Broadway Series.
Nearly 200 people came out to see Dear Evan Hansen in January. This show is generating a lot of buzz on Broadway and beyond this season, for good reason. The contemporary musical shows the promise and perils of the digital age, where what you say, a photo you post or a blooper can go viral at any moment.
February 6, 2017Joy Reid may be known as “AM Joy” to her MSNBC viewers on Saturday and Sunday mornings, but on Wednesday evenings she’s Professor Reid. As the newest faculty member to join Syracuse University’s Newhouse in New Yorkprogram, Reid is teaching Race, Gender, and the Media—a powerful topic she covers constantly as the host of “AM Joy,” and as a regular contributor to “Meet the Press,” “Hardball with Chris Matthews” and “The Rachel Maddow Show,” and even as a special guest last week on “The Daily Show.”
February 6The Portraits of Gregory Heisler presents large-scale images captured by one of professional photography’s most respected practitioners. Heisler’s iconic portraits of celebrities, athletes and world leaders, many of which have appeared as cover images for well-known magazines, are instantly recognizable for their technical mastery and thoughtful responsiveness.
January 27, 2017Over 40 alumni, friends of Syracuse and artists attended an open cocktail hour and reception at the Palitz Gallery in the Syracuse University Lubin house in celebration of the Continuum exhibit on display. The recption included remarks from SUArt Galleries Director Domenic Iacono as well as several of the artists featured in the exhibit.
January 25, 2017Syracuse legend Pearl Washington is one of fourteen former standout players along with an inspirational national championship coach to headline this year's class of Atlantic Coast Conference Basketball Legends presented by New York Life.
January 25 2017Each year, top undergraduate and graduate finance students from Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management are selected to spend three days in New York City as part of the Stuart Frankel & Company New York Stock Exchange Program. The Frankel Program, named for Whitman alumnus Stuart Frankel ’61 B.S., founder and CEO of Stuart Frankel & Company, offers students opportunities to visit finance and investment firms and meet successful Whitman alumni working in the finance field. This year, 10 students were selected based on merit and accomplishments to attend the trip.
January 23, 2017Acclaimed author and Syracuse University English Professor George Saunders is a nominee for a 2017 National Magazine Award (a.k.a. Ellie) in the Feature Writing category for his article “Who Are All These Trump Supporters” in the July 11/18, 2016, issue of The New Yorker.
January 18. 2017A standing-room only crowd gathered in the Milton Atrium in the Life Sciences Complex to listen as the Chancellor updated the University community on a number of University initiatives. He also addressed recent issues and accomplishments—and noted how the University will soon celebrate another milestone, its 150th year in 2020.
January 18, 2017The Newhouse School, working with a group of alumni and communications industry leaders, has established the Maria P. Russell Graduate Scholarship in Public Relations Leadership in honor of longtime public relations faculty member Maria Russell.
January 18, 2017Mark Jackson has been appointed the new executive director of program development in the Division of Advancement and External Affairs.
January 13, 2017United States Vice President and Syracuse University Alumnus Joseph R. Biden Jr. L’68, was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom with Distinction on Thursday by President Barack Obama in a White House ceremony.
January 6, 2017Four of these seven talented and driven Syracuse University alumni reconized by Forbes call NYC home.
January 5, 2017Can you help us identify these Men? Syracuse University Provost Michele Wheatly brought the photograph home from South Carolina in November, after she made a trip to Clemson University. The image shows a group of young men surrounding a white hair-haired man and a woman, who is in a wheelchair.
December 14, 2016Congress passed the Civil Rights Crimes Reathorization Act of 2016 sending the leglislation to the desk of President Obama
November 29, 2016Woody Register tried to be realistic. “I kept telling myself not to get my hopes up,” says Register, a writer and historian, recalling the moment in 2012 when the staff in the Special Collections Research Center brought him “five or six” simple cardboard boxes.
November 29, 2016Celebrated today—the Tuesday following Thanksgiving—#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving, a day when the world comes together to support things we truly value.
November 15, 2016The Martin J. Whitman School of Management’s undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship programs were ranked #13 and #17, respectively, by Princeton Review/Entrepreneurship Magazine in its annual rankings.
November 11, 2016
Opening November 14 at Palitz Gallery, Continuum, is a retrospective exploring 40 years of works from Point of Contact Gallery
November 9, 2016
Syracuse University Gains Major Support for Transitioning Veterans in $5 Million Donation from Walmart Foundation
November 1, 2016A newly engaged Orange couple talks about their romance and the Lubin House proposal
November 1, 2016This past weekend, Oct. 28-30, more than 1,531 families, a total of 4,054 people, joined the Syracuse University community to participate in Family Weekend 2016.
November 1, 2016
Military Times Ranks Syracuse University #1 Private School, #3 Overall in the Best for Vets: Colleges 2017
October 16, 2016A media industry event was recently held at NYC’s Lubin House.
October 14, 2016Michael Weber '00 visits NewhouseNYC class to discuss finding success in Hollywood and what it takes.
September 28, 2016
Humanities Corridor is one of nation's largest projects of its kind.
September 27, 2016College of Law Dean Craig M. Boise wants to ensure that each student’s experience at the college is a positive one and he’s already begun to implement that initiative.
In Harmony: Singer/Songwriter Julia Goodwin ’20 performing in NYC, and Setnor’s New Jazz and Commercial Music Study Track
August 23, 2016Aspiring singer/songwriter Julia Goodwin is preparing for a busy week. Tomorrow night she will perform in New York City at Feinstein’s 54 Below with Nick Ziobro.
August 16, 2016
See A Magnificent Obsession: Selections from the Hamilton Armstrong Collection of Prints now through November 10, 2016 at Palitz Gallery
August 4, 2016The Syracuse University Alumni Association will recognize four outstanding alumni for excellence and innovation in their fields at this year’s Arents Award Ceremony during Orange Central.
August 3, 201623 students from the Newhouse School will be part of the team that brings coverage of the event to the world community.
July 27, 2016
Fourth annual award presented at Time Warner Headquarters in New York City
July 21, 2016
Syracuse Athletics Stands to Benefit from Enhanced National Exposure, New Academic Opportunities for Students
July 20, 2016The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications will present the fourth annual Marty Glickman Award for Leadership in Sports Media to alumnus Sean McDonough ’84 of ESPN at an invitation-only event July 25 at Time Warner Headquarters in New York City.
July 18, 2016With bipartisan, unanimous consent in the U.S. Senate on July 17, passage of the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act of 2016 is one step closer to becoming law.
July 13, 2016They are everywhere. Pikachu and Venusaur and the many characters of Pokémon are taking over virtual spaces and being captured by fans with a smartphone and the downloadable Pokémon Go app by Niantic and Nintendo.
Syracuse University Invests $9 Million in Classroom Enhancements, Technology Upgrades as Part of Campus Framework
July 7, 2016The classrooms of today need to be interactive, flexible and ready for collaboration—the latest in audiovisual equipment, teaching aids and high-speed networks all enhance learning and the classroom experience.
July 6, 2016Citing his unique qualifications and his vast knowledge of and passion for Syracuse University Athletics, Chancellor Kent Syverud today announced he has selected John Wildhack ’80 to be the University’s next director of athletics.
June 22, 2016
University Selects SHoP Architects to Design National Veterans Resource Complex, First Conceptual Images Shared with Campus Community
June 10, 2016Van Slyke is currently Associate Dean and Chair of the Department of Public Administration and International Affairs, and begins his new role as Dean of the Maxwell School July 1.
June 14, 2016
Congrats to Frank Langella ’59, Daryl Roth ’66 and David Rockwell ’79, who won awards on June 12.
June 8, 2016
The Fashion Design program in Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts held its annual fashion presentation at Lubin House just before the Memorial Day holiday.
June 8, 2016As an undergraduate, Anthony Otero ’96 worked at the Schine Student Center. The job was such an influential part of his college experience that the English major accepted a student affairs position at Schine when he graduated from the College of Arts and Sciences.
June 6, 2016The University Singers had the experience of a lifetime—singing in an international European competition, performing at the highest levels among the best of friends.
May 20, 2016A member of the Board of Trustees, Seinfeld remains deeply involved with her alma mater
May 18, 2016Neil A. Gold ’70 and Deborah (Gluckman) Leone ’86, G’87 have been elected as members of the Syracuse University Board of Trustees at the recent Board meeting.
May 18, 2016Michael S. Tick has been named the new dean of Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts.
May 17, 2016Palitz Gallery hosts Wynn Newhouse Awards Exhibition reception
May 16, 2016
Commencement 2016 in Photos and Video
May 16, 2016
Palitz Gallery presents Trigger Points an exhibition exploring the potent and slippery nature of memory through the visual arts
May 13, 2016College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Dean Ann Clarke and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Dean James Steinberg are concluding their time leading their respective schools.
May 3, 2016
Syracuse Architecture NYC students' semester-long architectural design projects showcased to alumni
May 10, 2016Congrats to the nine Syracuse University alumni nominated for the 2016 American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards, Broadway's highest honor.
May 5, 2016The Newhouse School has established the Charnice Milton Award for Excellence in Community Journalism in memory of alumna Charnice Milton G’11
May 4, 2016The convocations will take place in the day or two preceding the University’s Commencement on Sunday, May 15. The schedule of convocations can be found here.
May 3, 2016
Biofilms on Contact Lenses: A Vision for Making Bacteria Uncomfortable
May 2, 2016A longtime supporter of the Whitman School of Management and Syracuse University, Berg ’73 has enabled valuable programming and the creation of the new Al Berg Chair in Entrepreneurship.
April 29, 2016This week both houses of the U.S. Congress introduced a bill to reauthorize the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Act.
April 28, 2016Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts will hold its 2016 New York City Fashion Presentation at the Lubin House on May 26.
April 26, 2016SUmmer in New York City is quickly approaching, and with so many fun events going on throughout the region, we want to make sure you know about all the awesome SUmmer programming planned for alumni, parents, students, and friends!
April 22, 2016The Tepper Semester, located at Syracuse University's Fisher Center, a part of the University's Department of Drama, has entered into a new partnership with The Broadway League and is now the new official host of the League's Distance Learning program.
April 22, 2016The Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI), an interdisciplinary project in Syracuse University's College and Law, along with the Office of Program Development, recently hosted a special event at Lubin House.
April 21, 2016Now open in the Palitz Gallery is the Wynn Newhouse Awards Exhibition which runs through May 14th.
April 20, 2016Martin J. Whitman School of Management is among the top undergraduate business schools in the country, according to Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of the Best Undergrad Business Schools, 2016.
March 30 , 2016President Barack Obama delivers the keynote address at the Toner Awards ceremony Monday in Washington, D.C.
March 15, 2016Described as a dynamic leader, an internationally recognized scholar and a true champion of a liberal education, Michele G. Wheatly has been named Vice Chancellor and Provost of Syracuse University. Wheatly will assume her new role on May 16.
March 5, 2016These inaugural scholarships were given to students at 10 institutions that participated in last summer’s parade.
February 25, 2014"One of my passions is to travel and meet people from all over the world and exchange cultures. At Syracuse University, by bringing in people from every corner of the world they have made that possible right here on this campus."
February 24, 2016Syracuse University's Palitz Gallery has received international news coverage all thanks to its latest exhibition.
February 23, 2016The Martin J. Whitman School of Management, in partnership with 2U, Inc. (NASDAQ: TWOU), announces the launch of BusinessAnalytics@Syracuse
February 3, 2016Wednesday, February 3rd we were joined for an evening with Sandra Bloodworth and Margie Hughto as they discuss the public art installations in the New York City subway system
February 4, 2016Cora Cool-Mihalyi, a graduating senior in the School of Education and a Say Yes Scholar, exemplifies the principle that all children deserve the right to equal education, regardless of their background or disabilities and she will be student teaching in New York City.
February 3, 2016The facility will be dedicated to academic research, programs, and innovation in service to the nation′s veterans and military-connected families.
February 3, 2016The Syracuse University Singers, the most select choral ensemble at the University, will travel to Varna, Bulgaria, this spring to compete in the European Grand Prix. They will also perform a free public concert in NYC February 27.
January 29, 2016
January 25, 2016We are thrilled to announce our upcoming exhibit!
January 25, 2016With March Madness just around the corner, the city that never sleeps is pumped with Orange spirit
January 14, 2016Alumni from the Metro NY area gathered for our second Networking Breakfast hosted at the university's Fisher Center.
December 8, 2015Known for his teams’ offensive prowess, respected for his keen sense for recruiting and mentoring top-tier student-athletes, and lauded by many for his ability to turn around football programs, Babers will take the helm of Syracuse University football as the program’s 30th head coach.
Dec 7, 2015In what has become an integral part of the Architecture NYC program at Fisher Center students studying at the New York City academic facility went on an excursion to Brooklyn as part of the Survey of NYC Architecture course.
Dec 3, 2015The vivid works in clay currently on display in the exhibition Painting in Clay: The Fired Landscapes of Margie Hughto seemed to come to life on the walls of the Palitz Gallery.
November 30, 2015Painting in Clay: The Fired Landscapes of Margie Hughto at Palitz Gallery features new work by the internationally recognized artist as well as a selection highlighting her long and varied career in ceramic art.
November 4, 2015The Newhouse School celebrated 50 years at Syracuse University and honored 50 leading alumni at the “50Forward” gala in New York City. Mike Tirico ’88, sportscaster with ABC and ESPN, served as emcee. Read more.
November 21, 2015“A gift to the Syracuse University Annual Fund is your opportunity to make an instant impact in the lives of our students.
November 5, 2015This year's festivities drew alumni from across the country to reconnect and demonstrate their Orange spirit.
October 22, 2015Robert B. Menschel ’51, H’91 and Richard L. Menschel ’55 were honored with the highly prestigious Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy for their decades of philanthropy at a ceremony on Oct. 15, at the New York Public Library.
Sept 25, 2015Members of the 1969-70 Syracuse University football team and David Marc, author of Leveling the Playing Field: The Story of the Syracuse 8, came together to share their story in NYC.
Sept 16, 2015With so much orange everywhere, be sure to enter the third annual fall photo contest!
August 28, 2015Syracuse University Architecture NYC Summer Program students gave a stunning presentation of their summer architecture studio work at the Van Alen Institute.
July 13, 2015All students are welcome and alums who graduated within the last 3 years are welcome to join Bloomberg for an inclusive Insight Day in NYC! Register now!
June 5, 2015Lubing House celebrates their 50th anniversary with a full house!
June 22, 2015The Office for Veteran and Military Affairs (OVMA) at SU and the Metro New York Leadership Coucil gathered at Lubin House for a discussion on SU and America’s Veterans featuring Mike Haynie, Founder of IVMF.
June 19, 2015VPA recently hosted its annual New York City fashion show. In addition to students winning the honor of showcasing their designs in New York, this year marked the first time there was an additional competition to kick-off the program's inaugural "Fashion Without Limits" (FWL) design initiative.
April 15, 2015SU's Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) has called upon the U.S. Attorney General to provide all the resources necessary to ensure timely and thorough investigations of unsolved civil rights murders
March 26, 2014On Wednesday, March 18, the Architecture NYC students studying at the Fisher Center took a “field trip” to the streets of Brooklyn where they met with the incredible street artists, SKI and 2ESAE.
March 13, 2014Catch this one-night-only performance of hits by Frank Sinatra songwriter Jimmy Van Heusen at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center on April 25.
Feb 26, 2015
Show us your pet's SU spirit this March!
Jan 22, 2014On the evening of Thursday, Jan 22, four incredibly successful Syracuse University alumnaeas led a panel discussion about how to succeed in the digital world through creating brands that represent yourself and your generation.
January 13, 2014On the evening of Tuesday, Jan 13, 2015, we were joined by many for a reception and panel discussion for our latest art exhibition at Lubin House.
December 29, 2014Watch the full video of the Greenberg Speaker Series Event, Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Act.
Dec 23, 2014Fans and followers of the author & Professor, George Saunders, will have the opportunity to learn more about the man who has been called America’s greatest living short story writer.
December 11, 2014
Members of SU's Cold Case Justice Initiative recently held a panel discussion in Washington, D.C., to further explore the Emmett Till Act.
December 4, 2014The Fisher Center held a wonderful breakfast to thank their amazing Newhouse School alumni for making the inaugural semester of Newhouse in NYC such a great success!
Nov 25, 2014We can't wait to see your pictures this December!
November 21, 2014
Supermodel and entrepreneur, Emme '85 led a panel discussion at Syracuse University's Fisher Center about plus size fashion and why design for all sizes is the future of the industry.
November 20, 2014Meet the students of Newhouse NYC!
November 13, 2014SU Alumni gather to see You Can’t Take It With You at Longacre Theater
Nov 11, 2014At SU's Fisher Center in Manhattan, Syracuse University Architecture NYC hosted a gallery reception to celebrate Possible Mediums.
Nov 10, 2014For the the first time, Lubin House teamed up with athletics for a program spotlighting former Syracuse University student-athletes as well as a current coach to discuss how being a collegiate athlete shaped their lives beyond the playing field.
November 3, 2014SU alumni living in the New York Metro area joined us at the beautiful New York Historical Society to hear about the Chancellor's vision for Syracuse University.
November 5, 2014
Nearly 85 young alumni joined us at the SU Lubin House for a lively panel discussion about making the most of your money while living and working in NYC!
Oct 21, 2014
The Syracuse University Bandier Program Alumni Association announced a scholarship in honor of Gregg Allman and Michael Lehman; alumnus receives first Young Alumni Achievement Award
August 19, 2014New Yorker cartoonist Bob Mankoff has parlayed his liberal arts training into a successful career in “cartoonology”— and it’s serious business.
July 30, 2014On July 17, 2014, a capacity crowd poured into the Office of Program Development's Pre-CBT event at EVR in Midtown Manhattan.
July 30, 2014On Saturday, June 21, 2014, more than 2,000 Syracuse University alumni, students, staff, friends, and fans attended SU Day at Yankee Stadium.
July 11, 2014The Whitman Alumni Club of NYC recently hosted a standing-room-only real estate event at the Fisher Center, Syracuse University’s new academic space in the heart of Manhattan.
June 30, 2014More than 100 recent Syracuse University graduates connected with experienced alumni in their career fields at this summer’s SUccess In The City event series.
June 18, 2014The Big Apple Orange, the official Syracuse University alumni club of New York City, recently hosted a networking seminar and headshot session at the Lubin House.
June 16, 2014
In the world of collectible art, celluloid is a niche with devoted collectors. Shaping a Celluloid World, the latest exhibition at Palitz Gallery, marks the first time a significant portion of the celluloid collection of Dadie and Norman Perlov is on display in New York City, and on June 10, people eager to view the exhibition attended a special reception.
June 10, 2014Summer is here. And while that can mean fun in the sun for many students, summer is also the time to gain invaluable experience through internships. In partnership with Syracuse University’s Career Services office, Generation Orange NYC recently held “Making the Most of Your Internship.”
Shaping a Celluloid World features 103 objects, is first NYC exhibition to showcase Dadie and Norman Perlov celluloid collection
June 9, 2014The Palitz Gallery exhibition Shaping a Celluloid World opens today, June 9, 2014. The exhibit is open Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and runs through July 2, 2014.
June 5, 2014Drawing on the strength of its vast network of accomplished alumni in the communications industry, the Newhouse School has established a satellite campus program in New York City.
May 30, 2014On May 28, 2014, 50 Syracuse University alumni gathered to learn about résumé writing techniques at Lubin House.
May 8, 2014The College of Visual and Performing Arts will open “The Way Out: MFA 2014” on Thursday, May 22, at Rogue Space Chelsea in New York City. The annual master of fine arts exhibition includes 21 artists working in a variety of media.
May 1, 2014Drama and architecture students have been discovering their new home in New York City for the past few months. Tuesday night, a celebratory crowd came to see how they are settling in and officially launch the Syracuse University Fisher Center.
April 25, 2014More than 40 young alumni gathered at Lubin House on April 22, 2014, to hear from a panel about graduate school exploration.
April 25, 2014
April 25, 2014Syracuse University’s presence in New York City has evolved and expanded over the years. And with the launch of our new website, nyc.syr.edu, SU’s full breadth of offerings in the city is captured in one place.
April 25, 2014Members of the Big Apple Orange alumni club came together for a good cause on April 12, 2014.
April 9, 2014On April 8, 2014, more than 100 alumni and friends saw After Midnight, Broadway’s Cotton Club musical staring SU alumna Vanessa Williams.
April 8, 2014The Lubin House and SUArt Galleries hosted a celebration of the Al Hirschfeld’s work and a special panel discussion, just as the popular exhibition was coming to a close.
March 28, 2014The Latino Alumni Network of Syracuse University (LANSU) hosted Money Talks: A Crash Course and Panel Discussion, with CNN Money’s Octavio Blanco ’02, on March 27.
March 26, 2014Syracuse University Press and The Poetry Society of America came together on March 25, 2014, to celebrate an evening of “Poetry in Translation.”
March 13, 2014On March 12, 2014, SU in NYC hosted a panel discussion and networking session focused on New York City’s hottest startups.
February 14, 2014Syracuse University Trustee and School of Architecture Advisory Board Member Steven Einhorn ’67 and his wife, Sherry Einhorn ’65 (EDU), were honored at the grand opening of the Einhorn 21st Century Studio.
February 5, 2014SU alumni saw Broadway’s The Bridges of Madison County at the Schoenfeld Theatre on February 4. Sixty alumni, along with 64 Tepper Semester drama students, enjoyed the masterfully told romantic musical. A talkback with SU alumna Stacey Mindich followed.