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.

Campaigns For and Against Independence for Scotland

Posters and Election Propaganda, August 17

The referendum on whether or not Scotland will be an independent country will take place on September 18, 2014. Heated campaigns have been ...

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Ashley Kirby ?15 Interning with Major League Lacrosse

Ithaca College Sport Management and Media Blog, August 16

Ashley Kirby is contributing to the official Major League Lacrosse website this summer. The senior Sport Media major is currently serving...

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Important Early Fall 2014 Dates/Deadlines

Ithaca College Sport Management and Media Blog, August 12

For those who need to know: Below are some announcements/deadlines for the start of the Fall 2014 semester. Save travels back to Ithaca!...

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Green Party Logos

Posters and Election Propaganda, June 4

There are almost 100 Green political parties around the world. They have similar platforms, which frequently call for environmentalism, social justice, and non-nuclear energy. The...

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Reflection: My FLEFF Journey

FLEFF Intern Voices, April 29

Blog posting by Kimberly Capehart, Documentary Studies and Production '16, FLEFF Blogger, Cherry Hill, NJ  Wow.  10 - the number of spent weeks of planning, interviewing, and...

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What I Cant Stop Thinking About: Dissonance and My FLEFF Experience

FLEFF Intern Voices, April 29

Blog posting by Kayla Reopelle, Documentary Studies and Production '14, FLEFF Blogger, Roy, WA...

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Top Ten Documentaries of 2010

Open Spaces, January 6

Blog posting written by Patricia Zimmermann, professor, cinema, photography and media art at Ithaca College and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival What Makes Me Mad We need...

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What Fall 2010 said...

I See Elsie, January 6

As with any Ithaca College course, students fill out evaluations at the end of the term here.  One of the most popular questions is, "Do you actually read these?"  Bill, Sarah,...

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Global Social Change Film Festival, Bali, Indonesia

Open Spaces, January 2

Post written by Patricia Zimmermann, professor of cinema, photography and media arts at Ithaca College and codirector of the Finger Lakes...

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I See Elsie, December 20

I don't support censorship.  I support free expression from people and others being allowed to form the opinions as they please.  But today, due to adverse weather conditions, the majority...

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LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education

Out for Good, December 17

Right about at this exact time, finals week is coming to a close on our campus.  My day was filled with many last-minute meetings with students, planning with faculty members for future...

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Good news, part two

Out for Good, December 16

Last spring, I blogged about a new directive from President Obama to the Secretary of Health and Human Services to develop policies for hospitals to allow LGBT people some of the same rights and...

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The Mighty Class of 2014

President's Notebook, August 16

Every year at about this time, the summer pace on campus abruptly quickens. Although preparation for the fall semester begins literally the day after May Commencement, our focus becomes more...

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