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ABC News correspondent set to speak

By | Mar 20, 2007

David Muir ’95, an ABC News correspondent, will speak at Ithaca College April 4 as this year’s Jessica Savitch Distinguished Journalism Lecture speaker. Muir, who has worked for ABC since 2003 and reports for “World News with Charles Gibson,” “Good Morning America” and “Nightline,” will give a talk titled “Witness to War and Disaster: From…

Williams to speak on radio show

By | Mar 5, 2007

President Peggy R. Williams will speak tonight about higher education issues on the television and radio program “Higher Ed in the Round” tonight. The hour-long program will be broadcast on WEOS-FM, WSKG-FM and channel 16 at 7 p.m. Williams will discuss issues around the costs of higher education with Cornell University President David Skorton and…

Community remembers vibrant spirit

By | Feb 15, 2007

Cassandra Karpinski, a junior television-radio and English double major, died Monday morning while returning to London from a weekend trip in Amsterdam. Karpinski was spending the spring semester at the Ithaca College London Center. Her sister, Olivia Karpinski, said Cassandra was returning from a trip to Amsterdam with friends. After realizing she forgot her purse…

Ithaca police investigating reported gunshot near party

By | Feb 13, 2007

A firearm was discharged at around 12:30 a.m. Sunday morning in the 100 block of Kendall Avenue, according to a Public Safety Alert released by the college. The bullet, which reportedly came from the area of a nearby party, went through a bedroom window and lodged in a mattress, according to the alert. Residents reported…

Student studying at London Center dies

By | Feb 12, 2007

A student studying at the Ithaca College London Center died earlier today because of apparent natural causes. Junior Cassandra Karpinski, a television-radio and English double major, died this morning London time at Luton Airport, England, while returning from a weekend trip to Amsterdam with friends. The trip was not affiliated with the college. Counseling Center…

Candidates for VP of human resources visit campus

By | Feb 2, 2007

In the past week, Ithaca College’s human resources department has brought three candidates for the associate vice president position to campus for open sessions with members of the faculty and staff. Schelley Michell-Nunn came to campus Friday; Robin Switzer spoke Tuesday; and Mark Coldren’s open session is at 10 a.m. today in Clark Lounge. The…

Public invited to director search

By | Jan 29, 2007

The Office of Academic Enrichment Services is holding open sessions for three candidates applying to be the program’s director. The office used to be a branch of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, but they separated in August. Academic Enrichment Services houses programs such as academic support for students with disabilities and the Higher Education Opportunity…

An eye for business

By | Jan 26, 2007

When students first arrived for their television journalism workshop this past spring, they had no idea the class would be producing a pilot. Instead of producing television news segments during the workshop, former scholar-in-residence Alan Wright had his class make a pilot for a New York version of a show he produced in Ireland during…

Ithacappella serenades San Francisco students

By | Jan 25, 2007

During winter break Ithacappella traveled nearly 3,000 miles from home to introduce itself to the West Coast and introduce Ithaca College to prospective students. For 12 days, the group of nearly 20 men toured San Francisco, performing in key tourist locations like Union Square, at two major sporting events and at five area high schools.…