Opinion Editor Kayla Dwyer spoke with Sophomore Katie Baldwin about key issues that emerged from the first Women in Media Month.
Ithaca College has announced the members of the search committee for the college’s ninth president. The committee of 15 is made up of six members of the Ithaca College Board of Trustees, one dean, three faculty members, two staff members, two students and one alumni representative.
In order to emphasize the power women deserve and to shine a light on the underrepresentation of women, the Park School created its first-ever Women in Media Month, holding events that recognize influential women in the business.
The Rod Serling Award for Advancing Social Justice Through Popular Media was presented to David Simon Feb. 4 at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles.
After a winter storm crippled much of the East Coast and severely hindered traffic on major roadways and delayed thousands of airline flights, many students returning for the spring semester were set back in their travels.
Antonio Cepeda-Benito, psychology professor and former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Vermont, interviewed to replace Leslie Lewis, who left the college in July. Lewis is now provost and vice president of academic affairs at Goucher College in Baltimore.
The search committee for the position of dean in the School of Humanities and Sciences has chosen four finalists and is aiming to announce a new dean in December.
Provost Benjamin Rifkin proposed changes, including creating more college-wide consistency and lowering spending in the faculty candidate search process at his first faculty council meeting Sept. 1.
A decade of Park scholars will remember Matthew Fee, former Park Scholar Program director from the Roy H. Park School of Communications, who now leaves Ithaca College with a program that has gained a greater national reputation and focus on service.