ITHACA, NY — An industry leader with over 25 years of experience in the startup, management and growth of successful media companies will assist the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College in establishing and maintaining key relationships. Andrew H. Orgel, the chairman and chief executive officer of ...
The Ithacan was presented with the 2010 Online Pacemaker Award for overall excellence in online journalism on Oct. 30 at the fall National College Media Convention in Louisville, Ky. This is the fourth time in the past five years The Ithacan's website has won the national award.
The Ithacan's print edition was also presented with a national Newspaper Pacemaker Finalist award at the event.
The Pacemakers, presented each year by the Associated College Press, are the widely regarded as "the Pulitzer Prize of collegiate journalism," and are among the most prestigious student journalism awards in the country.
In addition, the paper won second place in the newspaper category in the convention's Best of Show awards; The Ithacan's website received third place in the Web category.
Shown above, left to right: Assistant photo editor Kelsey O'Connor, assistant news editor Taylor Long, editor in chief Libby Sile and assistant news editor Alexandra Evans with the awards at the convention.
Christianne Enos '11, an integrated marketing communications major, was selected as the 2010 Most Outstanding AAF Stickell Intern. Previously selected as the most outstanding member of Ithaca College's student chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), Christianne was chosen for this honor from the top 15 AAF students in the U.S. who also received the 2010 AAF Stickell 2010 Internship.
In addition, Christianne was invited to join the Stickell Advisory Board for a one-year term as a student representative, and will be attending the AAF National Convention in San Diego to participate in the annual board meeting.
“It is an honor to be recognized by such a prestigious organization. The Stickell Internship Program was a wonderful experience this summer," said Christianne.
Members of the Park Student Media organized a video shoot in honor of the Trevor Project and the "It Gets Better" campaign. A few other versions of the video will follow in the coming weeks.
More than 100 people participated in the shoot. To view their video, visit ...