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THE ITHACAN

Year in Review Preview

Year in Review Preview

April 22, 2021

Meet our Year in Review editors and learn more about the magazine before it comes out.

Meet the Editors: Ash Bailot

March 25, 2021

This week we sat down with head photo editor Ash Bailot.

Spring Sports Preview behind the scenes

March 24, 2021

The design and photo teams of The Ithacan worked together to photograph all of the athletes that are going to be featured in this year's edition of the Spring Sports Preview.

The additional recommendations include: Create a streamlined undergraduate application process, increase flexibility of the curriculum, make the faculty workload more equitable, revise and implement the course schedule, establish centralized management of graduate programs and reevaluate course caps. 

Applications for positions on The Ithacan editorial board now open

By The Ithacan April 15, 2020
Applications for positions on the Fall 2020 editorial board of The Ithacan are now available.
Brandon Stanton, who runs the popular photo blog Humans of New York, is coming to speak at Cornell University.

‘Humans of New York’ photographer to speak at Cornell

By Steven Pirani, Senior Writer September 9, 2015
Brandon Stanton, who runs the popular photo blog "Humans of New York," is coming to speak at Cornell University.
Linda Schwab of Glebe Farm makes wool figurine birds, sheep and rams.

4th Annual Winter Recess Fiber Arts Festival

By Amanda den Hartog, Photography Editor February 18, 2015
Photos from the Fiber Arts Showcase Feb. 16.
Ithaca Area Restaurants Host 17th Annual Chili Festival

Ithaca Area Restaurants Host 17th Annual Chili Festival

By Amanda den Hartog and Tucker Mitchell February 11, 2015

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Ron Jude, associate professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, and internationally renowned photographer, recently had his work published in an internationally collaborative photobook called “Lost Home.”

Professor’s photobook receives national recognition

By Tylor Colby, Staff Writer December 4, 2013
Ron Jude, internationally recognized photographer and associate professor in the department of media arts, sciences and studies, released his most recent work Nov. 14 in an internationally collaborative photobook.

A week in photos — Oct. 4, 2012

By The Ithacan October 4, 2012
A week in photos provided by the photographers of The Ithacan.

An introduction to Cape Town

By Michelle Boulé February 10, 2012
Africa. When people hear the name they picture Masai warriors hunting lions or a war torn countryside where people would not be able to survive if it weren’t for peacekeeping organizations. Africa. It is a place just as diverse than the United States with 54 recognized countries. South Africa. A country that was torn apart…
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