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The work of a journalist regularly takes them into uncertain, sometimes dangerous situations. On Jan. 20, Evan Engel ’08 found himself in such a situation during the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump. Engel was covering protests outside the inauguration when he and about 200 others were arrested and charged with riotous acts. The charges...

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The rise of social media and mobile devices has changed the ways that journalism is produced and consumed. In his forthcoming book “Mobile and Social Media Journalism: A Practical Guide,” Ithaca College Assistant Professor Anthony...

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A recent graduate of Ithaca College has been awarded a prestigious journalism fellowship from the Hearst Foundation. Emily Masters will begin her fellowship in August as a reporter for the “Times Union” in Albany, N.Y.

The Hearst journalism fellowship is a two-year program for aspiring journalists, consisting of two 12-month...

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Updated Feb. 23, 2016 at 2:30 p.m.

A story by Ithaca College student journalists was featured on the NBCBLK website: "What Do Young Voters Want? A Snapshot From South Carolina"

Student journalists also contributed to...

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Updated March 10, 2015 at 1 p.m.

BuzzFeed featured several photos taken by student journalist Kelli Kyle in some of their coverage of the march: "Selma Bridge Crossing Almost Canceled Due To Large Crowd Numbers, But Demonstrators March On"

A story by Candace King...

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