Celebrating Dick Clark’s Enduring Legacy

An extraordinary gift from Kari and Dick Clark Foundation to Syracuse University's Forever Orange Campaign will significantly expand the University’s presence and impact in the entertainment field. Soon to be named the Syracuse University Dick Clark Los Angeles Program, the expansion of Syracuse’s LA campus includes new space for offices, classrooms, studios, additional academic programs, faculty and internships. The announcement was made in October at a special alumni reception at the Clark family estate in Malibu.

View from the Clark family estate in Malibu, CaliforniaTracy Barlok, Chancellor Kent Syverud, Dr. Ruth Chen, Kari Clark, RAC P’27, and Eve Adair ’86Daniel Ying and Olivia ChengScott, Janette, and Maili LampeLesley Carey, Sean Carey, and Donald AndresKevin Chernett, Stacy Chernett, Jill Leary, Joe Leary, and Joanne TathamLawrence Luckwaldt, David Israel, and Orly IsraelA beautiful day to gather with alumni and friendsDean Mark Lodato, Newhouse School of Public CommunicationsGuests enjoying the programDean Michael Tick, College of Visual and Performing ArtsGuest speaker Kendra Okereke ’14Chancellor Kent SyverudChancellor Syverud with the Clark familyKari and RAC ClarkDean Michael Tick, RAC, Dr. Ruth Chen, Kari Clark, Dean Mark Lodato, and Chancellor Kent SyverudDarryl Bell, Devika Parikh, and Robb ArmstrongKaren Bradbury, Davita Carpenter, Michael Howard, Robin Howard, Steve Bradbury, and Bob Boden