Ithaca College Blogs

Every Ithacan has a story to tell; for the sake of convenience, we've collected a bunch of them here. Keep up with the latest IC happenings in town and around the world.

Ithacaption: Week 1

Ithaca College Sport Management and Media Blog, September 1

?I started out writing an environmental blog then worked my way up to going to rallies, going to protests, getting arrested, then eventually joining the Great March for Climate Action. I walked...

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Introducing a New Blog Series: Ithacaption

Ithaca College Sport Management and Media Blog, September 1

As part of a semester-long project, students enrolled in Sport Publications will share the stories of campus and community members....

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A Rare Negative Printed Design Issued by a National Campaign

Posters and Election Propaganda, August 26

About a week ago, the Chris Christie campaign issued a negative bumper sticker—directed at Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, who...

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Rand Paul's Unusual Poster

Posters and Election Propaganda, June 25

Here's an interesting and different poster, available for purchase on the Rand Paul for President Website for the clever price of $20.16. Paul is running for the 2016 Republican Party...

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Not A Class

FLEFF Intern Voices, May 1

Blog posting written by Sam Stahnke Cinema Production, '17, FLEFF Intern, Brooksville, Maine The differences between a class and a film festival became apparent within the first days of FLEFF....

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Five Ways Vincent Grenier impacted My Idea of Media

FLEFF Intern Voices, May 1

Blog posting written by Sam Stahnke Cinema Production, '17, FLEFF Intern, Brooksville, Maine Experimental filmmaker Vincent Grenier...

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Home Is Where the Heart Is: Reflections of Home

President's Reflections, February 24

For over 4,000 students the Ithaca College campus is home, and for 2,000 more students who live off campus it is still a nearly full-time...

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We 'engineer' confidence here

Dean Gayeski's Blog, July 13

The deluge of demands on higher education to prepare students for careers has left a wake of various responses - primarily changes in curriculum and more emphasis on testing and assessment of...

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