May 3, 2016
Ithaca, NY

Kayla Dwyer

Q&A: IC Color founder discusses group’s future

“Certain tools are able to connect with people in different ways, so you have to find multiple ways to pump out the same information in order to impact as many people as possible.”

Q&A: Student receives two prestigious scholarships

“Fighting for Native American rights — for me, I do it intentionally, but it’s something I grew up with, so it’s definitely a part of me, very ingrained in my culture.”

Q&A: Professors critique diversity initiatives

INSIGHT Into Diversity, a magazine dealing with diversity leadership on college campuses, published short statements provided by the two in the April print issue and online in March.

Tug for Tim: Student celebrates one year cancer-free

It’s kind of, in some ways, claiming back what cancer could have taken away from me and celebrating being alive still and what I’ve done in the fight against cancer.

Ithaca College student first to predict Hawaii caucuses

An Ithaca College student beat mainstream media to the punch March 26 in predicting Bernie Sanders’ landslide victory in Hawaii — with the help of Twitter, Reddit and Google Docs.

Q&A: Ithaca College professor produces original documentary

Chrissy Guest, assistant professor of media arts, sciences and studies, is producing an original documentary highlighting the achievements of women in the traditionally male-dominated field of animation.

Student’s video turns into internet sensation

Dan Felix’s video, posted to Jam of the Week.com’s Facebook page on March 1, has more than 23,000 shares, and the same video posted to his personal Facebook page has about 78,000 views.

Voice professor honors author through theater

My job as a dialect coach was to give materials and coaching to all of the cast so that they were all in the same world, to make sure that they had the specific information they needed for an Alabama dialect and also any variations within that, depending on the characters.

Ithaca alumna runs Boston Marathon for suicide prevention

Michele Lee ’13 will run in the Boston Marathon on April 18 on a team of five people representing the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Ithaca College political club collects donations for Flint

IC Young Americans for Liberty spent the day Feb. 16 collecting donations to send clean water to Flint, Michigan, which has been rocked by a drinking-water crisis.

Ithaca College alumnus to retire from Ithaca Fire Department

“It feels so good when you’ve done a good job and made a difference on somebody’s worst day.”

Ithaca College professor discusses role of new media

Ithaca College professor Patricia Zimmerman was recently chosen to serve on the International Documentary Association Awards Jury for short-form series in new media.



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