Newhouse School of Public Communications. June 6, Syracuse University said Wednesday that it will name a renovated broadcasting studio on its campus after the late television producer and host Dick Clark, who graduated from the school. Branham said it was the largest single gift toward the renovation. Some 18 members of the Clark family have attended Syracuse, said Clark's daughter, Cindy, a graduate.
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Dick Clark to have Syracuse University studio named for him
Clark pursued his passion for broadcast at SU, where he worked as a disc jockey at the student radio station while earning a business degree, according to an ABC article published Wednesday. Clark also donated money to construct the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity house on campus. Clark captivated audiences for more than 30 years by introducing the entertainment and counting down to midnight as the ball dropped in Times Square. Clark continued performing even after suffering a stroke that affected his ability to speak and walk in
Syracuse Walk of Stars No. Syracuse University alumnus Dick Clark got his start in television and radio at stations in Utica and Syracuse, eventually going on to iconic shows like "American Bandstand" and "Rockin' New Year's Eve. The school announced today that it will name its renovated studio facilities Dick Clark Studios in honor of legendary entertainer and alumnus who graduated in Clark, '18, was the station manager. Through the show, Clark helped introduce rock 'n' roll to mainstream America.