intercom home  |  advanced search  |  about intercom  |  alerts  |  faq  |  help  |  rss  

user functions

Current Ithaca College community members may contribute stories and comments as well as view additional topics by logging in. ➤



Sign up to receive a summary of Intercom headlines via e-mail three times a week.

Be a Jumpstart Leader!  **

Contributed by Jen Walsh on 03/25/12 

Planning for this summer's Community Plunge, ECHO, Lead-In, and GREEN Team (formerly SCC) is currently underway. We are looking for energetic, dedicated students to serve as Jumpstart Leaders in each program.

Read more . . . (54 words)

Hillel presents the Matzah Ballin' Bat Mitzvah Party on Saturday, March 31st from 8pm-11pm in the Fitness Center! 

Read more . . . (96 words)

The Roy H. Park School of Communications will offer a mini-course titled "Media for Social Responsibility" that runs March 29 through Saturday, March 31. The course is open to all majors at Ithaca College, and focuses on how media handles coverage of climate change and natural disasters and the responsibilities of media professionals.

This course is 12.5 hours of immersive learning, emphasizing how content can communicate social responsibility and effect global transformation. 

To register on Homer:
GCOM 20000-01 (General Communications)
CRN 42657

Read more . . . (153 words)

Sam Champion, weather anchor and weather editor of ABC’s Good Morning America, will serve as this year’s Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecturer on Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. in Emerson Suites. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Champion will discuss his career in broadcast journalism, weather-related stories, global warming, and the climate crisis.

Sponsored by the Roy H. Park School of Communications, the Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecture Series brings a broadcast journalist to campus each year to honor the legacy of Jessica Savitch, the 1968 Ithaca College graduate who became an Emmy Award-winning NBC News anchor and correspondent. Previous speakers in the series have included Jean Chatzky, Lester Holt, Ann Cury, David Muir ’95, Andrea Mitchell, and Natalie Morales.

Read more . . . (369 words)

Management Career Fair
April 4, 2012    1:00-3:00pm
Location:  Utica College, Strebel Lounge

Read more . . . (34 words)

Volunteer for Senior Week 2012!

Contributed by Jen Walsh on 03/25/12 

Will you be around for Senior Week 2012?!

The Senior Class is looking for Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors who will be around campus the week of May 12th to help out with the 2012 Senior Week!  We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic and responsible underclassmen to volunteer at the various events of the week. 

Read more . . . (225 words)

Research was presented in Bridgewater, Massachusetts at the 52nd Annual Northeastern Anthropological Association Conference on March 9-10.

Read more . . . (79 words)

Service Learning in Native America (ANTH 14500; 3 credits) will be offered during the May 2012 session (May 14-25) where we will travel to the Cayuga and Onondaga Nations and participate in many projects the nations need help with.

Read more . . . (138 words)

March is National Nutrition Month, and Ithaca Dining Services is celebrating by providing you with tips to eat healthier on campus!

Read more . . . (77 words)

The Anthropological Experience in Hawaii field class (ANTH 38100; 3 credits) will be offered during winter intersession (Dec. 27, 2012-Jan. 12, 2013). Anthropology of Hawaii (ANTH 28100) is the prerequisite course (fall 2012; Thurs. 5:25-8:05pm; CRN 23106)

Read more . . . (67 words)


The 5th annual Susan DiPace '74 Speaker Series will be held on Thursday, April 12, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the Clark Lounge, Campus Center. All faculty and students are invited to attend.

Read more . . . (145 words)

 Brighten someone's day through our Of The Month recognition!

Read more . . . (198 words)

Who's Your "Of The Month?"

Contributed by Marissa D'Ambrosio on 03/25/12 

 Brighten someone's day through our Of The Month recognition!

Read more . . . (198 words)

FLEFF has been intoxicated with the cinematic rigor, exquisite acting, and unrelenting realism of place and space of the Romanian New Wave--it epitomizes microtopia.

We’re proud to announce we are screening Tuesday After Christmas by Romanian filmmaking legend Radu Muntean,  thanks to FLEFF collaborative partners Kino Lorber International.

Two screenings ONLY:

Thursday, March 29 at 7:30 at Cinemapolis

Friday  March 30 at 9:10 at Cinemapolis.

Admission charged.

Tuesday After Christmas screened at the Cannes Film Festival, then the New York Film Festival, and now the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.



Read more . . . (146 words)

Four Ithaca College School of Music students have been announced as semi-finalists to compete in one of the most prestigious international competitions for their instruments this summer at the International Tuba and Euphonium Conference.  The conference will be held in Linz, Austria, June 23-30th, 2012. 

Read more . . . (200 words)

Seniors, don’t miss this

Contributed by Alyssa Cooper on 03/24/12 

Toast to 2012
Friday, March 30, 2012
5:00–7:00 pm, Emerson Suites

Read more . . . (111 words)

The New China occupies the news,  generating fear, anxiety, empire, outsourcing, and competitiveness. 

At FLEFF, see the new China in new ways, with banned, underground, radical, and transnational projects  that refute and expose  these global  clichés from the ground up. 



Read more . . . (438 words)

An introductory symposium examining how the theory, practice and performance of rasa, a Sanskrit word referring to the expression and reception of emotion in performance, is used in traditional and contemporary music, dance and theatre, in performer training and in other contexts. All events are free and open to the public, no registration needed.  

Please visit for a full schedule and more information.


Read more . . . (533 words)

ATTN Students: Got Talent?

Contributed by Monique DeLuca on 03/23/12 

IC Unbound Dance Co. is looking for a show opener for our Spring Showcase on April 29th at 2 and 8pm.

Read more . . . (103 words)

Dawn Pierce, assistant professor and mezzo soprano in the School of Music, recently received high praise after her opening night performance in Eugene Onegin with the Opera Carolina.

"Ms. Pierce was a lively, flirtatious, and sexy Olga. She was playful and very natural, very relaxed on stage. She is also a very beautiful woman." "Dawn Pierce was delightful. Her voice is warm and velvety and she has very good technique with flawless pitch control and breathing, in spite of the fact that she was the most physically active character on stage, running up and down and behaving like a bundle of energy." 

Read more . . . (150 words)

recent stories

News and Notices

Arts and Performances

Learning Opportunities


News for Faculty

News for Staff

News for Students

HR News