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From left: senior Kenneth Bradley, junior Matt Ristaino, junior Jack Sears, sophomore Kristen Mirand and senior Meredith Husar went to Washington, D.C. to cover the March For Our Lives protest.

Students cover March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.

By Meredith Burke, Staff Writer March 28, 2018
The March for Our Lives was a demonstration in support of gun control held in Washington, D.C., with sibling marches across the country. It was organized by the survivors of the Parkland, Florida, sch

Paralympic team deserves attention that March Madness gets

By Danielle Allentuck, Staff Writer March 21, 2018
The U.S. Paralympic team is finishing with more medals than the U.S. Olympic team, but March Madness is getting all of the attention of sports fans.
From left, junior Devin Nunez, professor WonyuL Bae and senior Keon Broadnax participate at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

Ithaca college students take talents to PyeongChang

By Matt Hornick, Sports Editor March 7, 2018
Students from Ithaca College interned for NBC and the Winter Olympics for the first part of the spring semester.
Overholt stands in front of the Olympic rings in Rio De Janeiro. She missed part of the tennis preseason because she was interning for NBC Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, where she was a runner at the Olympic Golf Course.

Senior returns to women’s tennis team after interning in Rio

By Casey Koenig, Staff Writer August 30, 2016
Ithaca College senior Madeline Overholt missed part of preseason because she was interning for NBC Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The nine Ithaca College students selected to work with NBC to cover the South Carolina Republican primary stand with Ann Marie Adams 98, lecturer in the Department of Strategic Communications, who hosted the students during their time in South Carolina.

IC students assist NBC with South Carolina primary coverage

By Sabrina Knight, Senior Writer February 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.

Editorial: College should send students to historic events

October 7, 2015
It is clear that connecting students with important historic events is beneficial to their college experience.
Senior Sara McCloskey captures footage of the crowd of people as they march across the Edmund Pettis Bridge on March 7 in Selma, Alabama.

IC students cover 50th anniversary of Selma March with NBC

By Faith Meckley, Staff Writer March 18, 2015
Six Ithaca College students partnered with NBC to cover the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights March in Selma, Alabama. Their work appeared in the network’s weekend-long coverage of the 50th anniversary events.

The Next Netflix Invasion

By Kenny Chapman September 22, 2014

As some of you may have seen, Netflix has recently stepped into a new area of media streaming unlike anything we’ve seen before. Netflix has taken upon themselves to pay a large sum of money to get...

The New Weekly Superheroes

By Kenny Chapman September 16, 2014

We all know about the crazy success Superhero movies have had over the better part of this decade, but the box office isn’t the only option to get your superhero fix this fall. Cable Television has decided...

Week in Rewind (Feb. 9, 2014)

February 16, 2014
A look back at the week that was, with the top national and international headlines in under two minutes.

Friday night TV you SHOULD stay in to watch

By Chloe Wilson November 1, 2013

Ten years ago, if you put a show in a Friday night primetime slot, you would have been giving it a death sentence. Now, shows are thriving in the previous dead zone - dramas, comedies, even reality shows...

‘Last Comic Standing’ semi-finalist performs at Ithaca College

By Sage Daugherty, Online News Editor October 2, 2013
Comedian Tracey Ashley performed 8 p.m. Monday in IC Square and joked about topics like Oprah Winfrey, football and the government
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