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Jack Powers, interim dean of the Park School of Communications, said the endowment sponsors a variety of programs, including the Ithaca College Los Angeles program.

College celebrates 25 years of the Pendleton endowment

By Elizabeth Kharabadze, Staff Writer April 12, 2021
Following his death in 1995, James B. Pendleton, an interior designer and antiques dealer, left the Roy H. Park School of Communications an endowment of $17,000,000.
Members of the Ithaca College Faculty Council participated in its first meeting since moving to online learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic April 7.

Dean searches to be postponed until October

By Ashley Stalnecker, Staff Writer April 8, 2020
The dean searches for the Ithaca College School of Music and Roy H. Park School of Communications dean positions will be postponed until October, said La Jerne Cornish, provost and senior vice preside
Diane Gayeski, Dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications and Karl Paulneck, Dean of the Music School will both step down from their positions at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year.

Final candidates for dean searches to be on campus in March

By Jordan Broking, Staff Writer January 29, 2020
Final candidates for the next deans of the Ithaca College Roy H. Park School of Communications and the School of Music are to be on campus in March.
From left, award winner Norman Lear; Diane Gayeski, dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications; and Lears colleague Mike Royce, 86, stand with the 2018 Serling Award.

Filmmaker Norman Lear receives Serling Award

By David West, Contributing Writer November 28, 2018
On Nov. 15, Norman Lear, legendary filmmaker and activist, was named the recipient of the Serling Award, an honor awarded by Ithaca College.

New independent media director brings international perspective

By Ryan King, Staff Writer September 23, 2018
The PCIM is a small department in the Roy H. Park School of Communications that helps students find internships in independent media, brings speakers to campus and hosts the Izzy Awards.
Former IC president received over $1 million in 2016

Former IC president received over $1 million in 2016

By Laura O'Brien, Staff Writer March 28, 2018
Rochon does not actually receive the funds — they are reported as retirement and other deferred compensation.
Aidan Quigley, a junior journalism major, will assume the position of editor in chief of The Ithacan for the 2017–18 academic year.

Aidan Quigley named next editor in chief of The Ithacan

By Sophia Adamucci, Assistant News Editor April 3, 2017
Aidan Quigley was the only candidate interviewed by the Board of Publications at a public meeting April 3.
Board of Trustees throws celebration to honor IC 20/20 plan

Board of Trustees throws celebration to honor IC 20/20 plan

By Sophia Adamucci, Assistant News Editor March 1, 2017
The Ithaca College Board of Trustees is hosting a celebration to acknowledge the conclusion of the IC 20/20 strategic plan, which was terminated early.

Man found dead near Ithaca College Los Angeles campus

By Grace Elletson, News Editor December 1, 2016
A man was found shot dead outside of the Ithaca College Los Angeles campus Nov. 29.

College Briefs Dec. 1

November 30, 2016

Unidentified man found shot dead near IC campus in Los Angeles A man was found dead outside of the Ithaca College Los Angeles campus Nov. 29. Dean Diane Gayeski said in an announcement the man seemed...

Actor Marcus Scribner gives a speech during the Rod Serling Award ceremony the evening of Nov. 16. The winner of the award was Kenya Barris, executive producer and creator of the ABC comedy “Black-ish.”

Creator of ‘Black-ish’ Kenya Barris wins Rod Serling Award

By Jake Leary, Staff Writer November 27, 2016
Ithaca College recognizes Kenya Barris, executive producer and creator of the ABC comedy “Black-ish,” with the Rod Serling Award.
Silo mentality in higher education plays a role at Ithaca College

Silo mentality in higher education plays a role at Ithaca College

By Sophia Adamucci, Contributing Writer October 29, 2016
“Who suffers? The students and the faculty. Rather than silos being a catalyst for student success, they are actually an impediment," Capener said.
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