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Renovations to Dillingham ensure a building worthy of its acclaimed program. by Samantha Allen ’11

The dank classrooms in the basement of Dillingham, the ones students jokingly referred to as “the dungeons,” will soon be history.

New York State has awarded the College $2.3 million,...

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Beth and Scott Ross donated a shell to the women’s crew team, honoring their daughter, Jenna Ross ’01, who’d been a member of the IC national championship crew team. The Rosses were joined by a crowd of crew fans and women’s crew coach Becky Metz Robinson ’88, M.S. ’94.

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Lester Holt, anchor of NBC’s weekend edition Nightly News and cohost of the weekend edition of Today, spoke to students as this year’s guest in the Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecture Series. Holt discussed his career path and shared his thoughts about how mainstream media are feeling the pressure from the many new ways of delivering news....

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New York Times film critic A. O. Scott came to campus in February and gave a public talk about “Criticism as a Way of Life.” While on campus, Scott taught a master class in nonfiction writing and met individually with selected writing students. His visit was part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers Series, which also presented readings by fiction writer Chitra Banerjee...

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As a journalism student, Cole Louison ’00 wrote for the Ithacan, helped found the independent student-run magazine Buzzsaw Haircut (now Buzzsaw), and freelanced for the Ithaca Journal. Since graduating, Louison worked for a small newspaper in Martha’s Vineyard and temped at different magazines in New York City (mainly answering phones, he says),...

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