The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


Editor Devan Rosen, professor in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, spoke about his book with two of the contributing authors at noon March 23 via Zoom.

IC hosts book launch discussing the impact of social media

By Olivia Stanzl, Assistant News Editor March 23, 2022
FLEFF hosted a launch for “The Social Media Debate" a book that aims to show the debates surrounding the impacts of social media on society. 
Patricia Zimmermann, professor in the Ithaca College Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, received the Dana Professorship Award in July 2021.

Q&A: Professor receives teaching excellence award

By Lorien Tyne, Staff Writer December 1, 2021
Staff writer Lorien Tyne spoke with Patricia Zimmermann about some of her accomplishments and her thoughts on the evolving world of media.
Sue-Je Gage, associate professor in the Department of Anthropology, spoke to the Faculty  Council about the creation of a faculty advocate position during its Oct. 1 meeting.

Summer sessions lose college $250,000 in revenue

By Skylar Eagle, Contributing Writer October 2, 2019
Faculty Council met Oct. 1, and discussed the future of summer sessions because the college lost $250,000 in revenue after increasing the tuition discount.
Tom Swensen, professor and chair of the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences and chair of the Faculty Council, said the Faculty Council will reevaluate the colleges intellectual property rights policy in Fall 2019.

Faculty Council reexamines lost intellectual property rights policy

By Ashley Stalnecker, Staff Writer April 24, 2019
Faculty Council is reevaluating an IP rights policy proposed four years ago but lost in the approval process, preventing it from being enacted.
Keith Hannon ’04, lecturer in the Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, said he had an interest in politics during his time as a student at the college, but was never very involved. Hannon is now running for Tompkins County Legislature in hopes of promoting progressive values that are important to many people in Tompkins County.

College alum and professor runs for Tompkins County Legislature

By Steph Siok, Staff Writer March 22, 2017
He spent over two months researching the position and realized that the reasons to do it outweighed the reasons not to, he said.
Graduate fellows and undergraduate interns collaborate at the summer 2015 workshop for a master’s program combining writing and photography. This initiative is one of several new programs in the Ithaca College School of Humanities and Sciences.

Ithaca College H&S school expands program opportunities

By Annika Kushner, Staff Writer March 6, 2016
By increasing collaborative efforts, the Ithaca College School of Humanities and Sciences is expanding the number and nature of its programs to attract different kinds of students and offer more diverse opportunities.
Park School classroom assistant, senior Ryan Somelofske, receives classroom equipment from junior Danielle Calder at the Park Portable Equipment Center and Services.

Some Park School classroom assistants work more than paid

By Faith Meckely, Assistant News Editor December 9, 2015
Some classroom assistants within the Roy H. Park School of Communications have reported they are working more hours than they are allotted to each week — and their extra work is going unpaid.
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