The New York Press Association has named The Ithacan the Best Overall College Newspaper in New York State for 2012 in its annual Better College Newspaper competition. The award was presented April 6 at the NYPA’s annual convention at the Gideon Putnam Resort in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
On Modern Family, Eric Stonestreet’s character, Cam, is known for his vibrant wardrobe.
In conjunction with Dan O'Shannon's visit to campus, the Roy H. Park School of Communications was given one of Cam's button-down shirts to raffle for charity.
Tickets will be for sale on Sunday, March 24 before Prism's Lipsyncing For Life Drag Show in Emerson Suites. Tickets will also be for sale in Campus Center at various times throughout April 2-3 as well as prior to Dan O'Shannon's lecture on April 4.
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.
What do James Cameron, George Lucas, Robert Rodriguez, Walter Murch, Martin Scorsese, Vilmos Zsigmond and Barry Levinson have to say about the digital future of cinema?
Side by Side, a documentary about the transition from celluloid filmmaking to digital filmmaking, will screen Friday, March 29 at 4:00 p.m. in the Park Auditorium. Following the screening will be a panel discussion with Professors Changhee Chun, Elisabeth Nonas, Brad Rappa, and Patrick Winters.
In the film, Keanu Reeves interviews dozens of filmmakers and artists about their opinions on the decline of celluloid and the rise of digital cinema.
Tommy Strauss ’09 is the Production Coordinator on the documentary.