On the week of April 20, Cinemapolis will host the first-ever Ithaca Pan Asian American Film Festival.
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.
As Ithaca College predicts a drop in its applicant pool by about 1,700 students for the 2015–16 academic year, the Office of Admission is employing new strategies for reaching out to accepted students to encourage them to enroll, while individual schools strengthen their current tactics.
We question who holds the leadership of ICTV accountable for misleading our community into believing that there is no place for our experiences in media.
Student work produced at Ithaca College may no longer have to share a copyright with the college if amendments to the college legal policy are approved.
“The Art of Adjustment,” a thesis film co-produced and directed by seniors Nick Stern and Jake Witterschein, is a musical comedy about a man who was sent to prison.
Ithaca College faculty have owned Google Glass for no longer than a year and have already begun using it for major advances in education and health. Both the Roy H. Park School of Communications and the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance are working on new uses for Google Glass within the classroom, as well as outside of the college.