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Two Ithaca College students placed as first runners-up in the Washington Media Scholars Foundation national case competition, a contest that challenges students to use real-world data to design a strategic media plan based on a public policy issue. Rising senior Carley Newman and 2017 graduate Ella Sciocchetti each received a $3,000 scholarship as...

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Is Disney doing a good job portraying a diverse cast of characters in its animated movies? That was the question Ithaca College Assistant Professor Chrissy Guest discussed on National Public Radio’s “1A” on Tuesday, June 20.

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On most days, you can find a wide array of musical instruments being played in the Ithaca College School of Music. But for one week this June, it was all about that bass.

From June 5-10, Ithaca College hosted the 50th anniversary convention of the International Society of...

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Any finance student would relish the opportunity to learn from Warren Buffett, one of the most successful investors of all time. In early May, eight Ithaca College students did just that. The students travelled to the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, where Buffett and Charlie Munger answered questions from reporters and the crowd.

“Their views and...

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When Ithaca College junior Samantha Watts arrived on set at the “Today Show” on June 20 as a finalist for a scholarship contest, she suspected that she was the winner, but she couldn’t be sure. When she was told on-air that she had indeed won, Watts was left speechless, clasping her hands over her mouth, even when comedian Will Ferrell...

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