The Hollywood Reporter is out with its annual list of the best 25 film schools in the country, and Ithaca College comes in ranked at number 18. This is the sixth year that the magazine — which bills itself as the most widely trusted resource for entertainment news, reviews and analysis — has...
With episodes on police brutality and voter suppression, the ABC comedy “black-ish” frequently tackles heavy subject matter. Creator and show-runner Kenya Barris brings these conversations into America’s living rooms with a healthy dose of humor.
His work will be recognized on Wednesday, Nov. 16 with the 2016 ...
The Park School of Communications is proud to screen Fair Haven on Friday, November 4 at 5pm in Park Auditorium.
Fair Haven was written by assistant professor Jack Bryant. A Q&A with professor Bryant and special guest, award winning filmmaker and director Kerstin Karlhuber will follow the screening.
“Can You Trust Mainstream News Media? Racial and Other Biases,” will be the topic of Janine Jackson’s campus lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in Emerson Suites. The event is sponsored by the Park Center for Independent Media.
One of our country’s leading media critics, Jackson is the program director of the media watch group FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting). She is producer and host of FAIR’s nationally-syndicated radio show CounterSpin, which is heard locally on WRFI.
The Ithacan has been named a national Online Pacemaker Finalist by the Associated Collegiate Press. The Pacemaker is ACP’s top honor, commonly referred to as “the Pulitzer Prize of collegiate journalism.”
Entries for the award were judged during the Spring 2016 semester (Kira Maddox, editor-in-chief; Evan Sobkowicz, managing editor/webmaster). Winners will be announced on Oct. 22 at the Fall National College Media Convention in Washington, D.C.