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Lorien Tyne named next editor in chief of The Ithacan

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The interviews were open to the public and conducted in the Roy. H Park School of Communications. The board made the recommendation for her appointment to Amy Falkner, dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications, who accepted and appointed Tyne to the position.

Ithaca College junior Lorien Tyne, who has a major in journalism and a minor in Spanish, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of The Ithacan for the 2024–25 academic year. Tyne was one of two candidates interviewed for the role by the Board of Publications on March 28.

The interviews were open to the public and conducted in the Roy. H Park School of Communications. The board made the recommendation for her appointment to Amy Falkner, dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications, who accepted and appointed Tyne to the position.

Tyne began working for The Ithacan in Fall 2021 as a staff writer and was appointed assistant news editor in Spring 2022. Tyne served as an assistant news editor until Fall 2022. In Spring 2023, Tyne was appointed news editor and held the role for two consecutive semesters until December 2024. In 2022, Tyne received an SPJ Region 1 Mark of Excellency for in-depth reporting in the small college category for “Title IX failures reveal systematic flaws in policy.” 

Tyne is now working as a teaching assistant in the Department of Journalism at Ithaca College and as a research assistant for Allison Frisch, assistant professor in the Department of Journalism at the college. Tyne also interned for the Monadnock Humane Society in Summer 2023. 

 

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