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ICView 2008/4



ICTV celebrates its first half century in style.

Did you know that Ithaca College Television is the oldest student-run television station in the world? That’s quite a distinction. The station officially began on March 3, 1958, and in the 50 years since then it has been home to hundreds of Ithaca College students producing and staffing news and entertainment shows.

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Everyone has a stake in stopping the lawlessness in the extremist settlements of the Occupied Territories. by Emily McNeill ’08

“I watched the tears well up in Ahmed’s eyes. I was alarmed, hoping this 75-year-old man, who had spent 40 years in an Israeli prison, wasn’t about to break down in front of three internationals and his adolescent son. But...

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John Baumann ’72 works to ensure that IC student-athletes keep a competitive edge. by Kate Larrabee

“Being an athlete was the most important thing for me in college, because it gave me an instant family and an identity away from home. Sports kept me in college.” As a 17-year-old freshman at Ithaca College, John Baumann ’72 says, “I was truly the...

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Screenwriter Howard Rodman shares tips with aspiring writers. with Jessica Bachiochi '09

Howard Rodman likes directors with a clear vision of the story. He says working for some directors is “like trying to do a Rubik’s cube blind-folded.”

Rodman illustrated a screenwriter’s life when he visited Ithaca...

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Media center opens up a new world for journalism students. by Jessica Bachiochi '09 with Maura Stephens

What’s the difference between independent journalists and people working for corporate media? What separates a journalist with a degree from everyone else with a computer and access to the Internet?

These are just some...

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