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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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Dean Diane Gayeski shares why the Roy H. Park School of Communications has chosen not to seek accreditation for its Journalism program. To view her editorial in MediaShift, click here.

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Within the comfortable confines of Ithaca, New York, Patricia Zimmermann, professor of screen studies and co-director of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) at Ithaca College, theorizes and teaches students about international film history and analysis, documentary and new media. Since...

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At first glance, Celisa Calacal ’18 might not seem to have much in common with big-name celebrities such as actresses Emma Watson, Sophia Bush, and Amandla Stenberg, but her Twitter account proves otherwise. Calacal’s handle @celisa_mia was featured alongside 12 others, both celebrities and community leaders, in a recent USA Today College article titled,...

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