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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 14, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Q&A: IC junior launches magazine to bridge political divides

By | Feb 1, 2017

Staff Writer Daniel Hart spoke with Justin Henry about his new magazine, political divides in the community and his experiences as a journalist.

‘Over It!’ brings together IC alumnae for political podcast

By | Jan 31, 2017

Two Ithaca alumnae took their passion for journalism and social justice to create the politically charged “Over It!” podcast.

Commentary: Media must revisit its core principles

By | Dec 7, 2016

Regardless of the broader political climate, media outlets need to diversify their newsrooms and return to old school people-centric reporting.

Editorial: Community should fund local media endeavors

By | Nov 30, 2016

People in the community and beyond must support community journalism through monetary donations or by purchasing subscriptions.

Q&A: Journalism professors discuss media in Ethiopia

By | Nov 17, 2016

Mebratu Gebremariam Belay and Zenawi Zerihun, two professors from Ethiopia, visited the Park School to learn more about its communications program.

Q&A: Raza Rumi speaks at UN on the dangers journalists face

By | Sep 25, 2016

Raza Rumi, scholar in residence for the School of Humanities and Sciences at Ithaca College, spoke Sept. 16 at a #ProtectJournalists United Nations panel.

Ithaca College celebrates Class of 2016 graduation

By | May 22, 2016

Clouds and light rain had little bearing on Ithaca College’s 121st Commencement celebration in honor of the Class of 2016 on May 22.

Ithaca College senior hopes to change the fashion industry

By | Apr 27, 2016

Ithaca College senior Gabby Jorio is using her passions for art history and fashion to revolutionize the fashion industry and society’s definition of beauty.

Women dominate certain majors at Ithaca College

By , | Apr 12, 2016

Women make up the majority of students at Ithaca College and tend to dominate care-related and media majors at the college and in the workforce. However, some students and experts agree that this majority can cause negative stereotypes and implications for female workers.

Commentary: Field work is key to Ithaca College journalists

By | Mar 2, 2016

Because journalism isn’t a passive endeavor, you have to know it to do it and you have to do it to know it.

IC students assist NBC with South Carolina primary coverage

By | Feb 26, 2016

Nine journalism students traveled to South Carolina with James Rada, associate professor of journalism, and Anthony Adornato, assistant professor of journalism, to spend the days before the primary reporting on politics for a collaboration with NBC.

Studies examine gender enrollment in communications

By | Apr 1, 2015

At Ithaca College, and in many other communications programs, it is not uncommon to find that women outnumber men in journalism classes. However, these trends are not reflected in the field of communications’ job market.