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October 14, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Women in Media event highlights dual identities

By | Apr 3, 2019

The Ithaca College Roy H. Park School of Communications wrapped up a series of programs for Women in Media Month, held in conjunction with Women’s History Month, with an event March 31 that featured a panel to discuss the challenge of dual identity that is faced in the Latin American community and a showing of a short documentary about a Puerto Rican youth.

Students cover MLK assassination anniversary in Memphis

By | Apr 11, 2018

The students were given a lesson on the history of Memphis and the events that took place 50 years ago, and exposed to an exercise in democracy.

Q&A: Professor leads in multimedia journalism field

By | Sep 20, 2017

Opinion Editor Meaghan McElroy spoke with Adornato about his book, the importance of Twitter, and the future of journalism and social media.

IC students cover Washington inauguration for PBS

By | Jan 25, 2017

“Sometimes you can observe history, or you can experience history, but I think in this case, we were really a part of making history,” Dave said.

Some Park School classroom assistants work more than paid

By | Dec 9, 2015

Some classroom assistants within the Roy H. Park School of Communications have reported they are working more hours than they are allotted to each week — and their extra work is going unpaid.

Faculty Athletic Mentor Program created to help student-athletes

By | Sep 16, 2015

The newly initiated Faculty Athletic Mentor Program was designed to help student-athletes interact with faculty members.

Journalism chair to retire after 30 years

By The Ithacan | Feb 5, 2014

Wenmouth Williams, chair of the Department of Journalism and professor of media arts, sciences and studies, will be retiring at the end of this semester after 30 years at Ithaca College.

Negotiations with Syria help put potential U.S. attack on hold

By | Sep 12, 2013

President Barack Obama addressed the nation Tuesday to justify intervening in Syria, to force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to relinquish his chemical weapons, which Assad agreed to do under threat of a U.S. cruise missile strike.