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.

A Puzzle of Flux and Change

FLEFF Intern Voices, April 17

Blog posting written by Sam Stahnke Cinema Production, '17, FLEFF Intern, Brooksville, Maine   Looking back at the weeklong Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival the analogy that comes to...

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FLEFF 2015: The Reel Story

FLEFF Intern Voices, April 17

Blog posting by Melani Lopez, Film, Photography, Visual Arts, '17, FLEFF Blogger, Houston, TX 7 days. 25 short and feature films. Countless lectures, presentations, interviews and conversations....

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Summer 2015 Internship Opportunity: Auburn Doubledays

Ithaca College Sport Management and Media Blog, April 16

The Auburn Doubledays (Auburn, NY) organization is looking for interns who can commit to working most home games in promotions, sales,...

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Fall 2015 IC Football Work Study (PAID)

Ithaca College Sport Management and Media Blog, April 13

If you’re looking for a Fall 2015 fieldwork opportunity — or just a way to make some extra cash — the Ithaca College football team needs your help. ? Opportunity to work with the...

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Hillary Clinton's New Logo

Posters and Election Propaganda, April 13

Hillary Clinton's campaign just unveiled its new logo. Like George W. Bush in 2004 (at least in one poster), the candidate is identified with one letter in the design. Like most U.S....

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British Election Campaigns Targeting Women

Posters and Election Propaganda, February 19

Women voters have been targeted in British parliamentary elections since 1918, after women over the age of 30 were enfranchised, and, more...

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The "Fancy" Class of 2018

President's Reflections, August 20

It’s aliiiive!! Every year at this time I think of that line spoken by Gene Wilder as Dr. Frankenstein in the Mel Brooks movie Young Frankenstein.  The Ithaca College campus, like the ...

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