ITHACA, NY — Leading journalists from Mother Jones — including Washington Bureau Chief David Corn, who unearthed the “47%” video that rocked the Mitt Romney presidential campaign — will speak at Ithaca College on Wednesday, April 17, as they accept the ...
Imprint Magazine has been named a finalist in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards for the Northeast Region (Region 1).
Imprint will be honored for overall excellence in the "Best Independent Online Student Publication" category. The actual place awarded will be announced at a ceremony on April 12-13 at Rutgers University. The winner of the regional competition will go on to compete against the winners in SPJ's other 11 regions for the national Mark of Excellence Award.
Imprint Magazine is "a national college life magazine, exclusively online, based from Ithaca College" with sections titled Arts & Entertainment, Life & Style, Music, Culture & Politics, and Sports, and one creative writing section, Impact. To read the magazine, click here.
Amy Goodman, the host and executive producer of Democracy Now!, will speak on Sunday, March 24 at 8 p.m. in Park Hall Auditorium. The talk is free and open to the public. Limited seating available. A book sale and signing will follow the lecture.
Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 1,100 public television and radio stations worldwide. Goodman is also the author of numerous books including, The Silenced Majority: Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope, written with Denis Moynihan.
Matt Mogekwu, associate professor in the Department of Journalism, recently presented his paper, “Media as bridge builders and mediators in an era of global insurgency and social unrest: Challenges and Opportunities,” at the Peace Journalism Commission of the International Peace Research Association conference in Japan. While at the conference, Mogekwu was elected as a member of the Association’s governing council for a second two-year term.
Mogekwu was also published in a new book, Re-Imagining Development Communication in Africa, in which he wrote a chapter titled "Going back to basics: Shifting research focus to Indigenous Knowledge Systems and their role in development."
KUSA-TV's 9NEWS reporter Kyle Clark '05 questions U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colorado) on MSNBC.