Stories

By Maura Stephens



Indie media center hosts top practitioners at symposium. by Jessica Bachiochi ’09 with Maura Stephens

Don’t ask who produced Robert Greenwald’s documentary Iraq for Sale: the War Profiteers — unless you have a few hours to kill.

More than 3,000 people are responsible for funding the film about how large...

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There's a veritable constellation of Ithaca College alumni stars gracing the Great White Way.

Lest anyone assume that this is a...

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Frustrated by most Americans’ ignorance of blacks’ contributions to society, Carter G. Woodson established Negro History Week (which would take a half century to be institutionalized nationally as the renamed and expanded Black History Month) in 1926. The son of former slaves, Woodson eventually earned his Ph.D. from Harvard...

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FLEFF offers an ever-expanding smorgasbord of indie and rare films, music, classes, and more. by Karin Fleming ’09 with Maura Stephens

“How many opportunities do we have for a shared academic experience that cuts across the entire campus?” asks Tanya Saunders, dean of...

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The new president is scholar, educator, academic administrator, fund-raiser, political scientist — and already a champion of IC.  by Maura Stephens

The first thing you notice about Tom Rochon is his eyes. They’re deep-set, warm, brown, curious, intense. After a few minutes of...

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