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Cyber Self

By | Apr 21, 2011

Junior Jake Tenenbaum, a business administration major, applied for 37 internships this year. This summer, he will use his self-branding skills that landed him the job to market his employer.

Park Productions uncorks Ithaca’s natural beauty

By | Apr 6, 2011

While “Ithaca is Gorges” has been Ithaca’s tagline for decades, a new web series depicting the region’s true beauty is about to give Ithaca’s tourism industry a 21st century update.

Comedic marvel

By | Mar 30, 2011

According to her résumé, freshman Samantha Towle is a double major in cinema and photography and psychology, a Park Scholar, an SPCA volunteer, a member of The Harry Potter Alliance and a writer for Buzzsaw Magazine. According to CollegeHumor, she’s a slacker.

Art shop crafts room for all

By | Mar 10, 2011

Corinne Stern, a local artist, recently opened FLOOF Collage pARTy, a local business that invites groups of people with all different levels of artistic ability to get together and have fun creating art. She donates 20 percent of her fee back to local nonprofits.

Getting social

By | Feb 23, 2011

As sophomore Ayla Ferrone scrolled through her Facebook News Feed on Monday, she noticed her professor’s son had posted a birthday YouTube video to his father’s wall. She resisted the urge to comment on the video, unsure if it was crossing the line. She did, however, say she would wish her professor a happy birthday.

Poet Major Jackson to give reading Tuesday

By | Feb 21, 2011

Major Jackson is the author of “Hoops,” “Leaving Saturn” and “Holding Company,” three collections of poetry. He is the current Poetry Editor of “The Harvard Review,” the Green and Gold Professor at the University of Vermont and a faculty member of the Bennington Writing Seminars. He has received several awards for his work including the…

Professor’s observatory project captures outer space

By | Jan 27, 2011

Luke Keller, associate professor of physics at Ithaca College, has been working with NASA since 1999 to design technology that will gather new information from the universe. The SOFIA project, or Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, will function as the world’s largest airborne astronomical observatory. Keller helped to design the onboard infrared camera.

Relentless singer owns spotlight

By | Dec 8, 2010

In “Burlesque,” director Steve Antin revamps the typical plot of small-town, blonde sweetheart turned big-city star to a flashy and heart-warming story of persistence and romance.

Alumnus starts organic coffee outfit

By | Nov 18, 2010

Freelance photographer Clay Enos ’91 recently founded Organic Coffee Cartel, an online business that sells specialty coffee based on a humanitarian model of quality, respect and creativity. Every bag of coffee is sleeved in a numbered collectible art print, and 51 percent of profits are donated to charities.

Ink Shop celebrates decade of art with exhibit

By | Nov 10, 2010

After earning a graduate degree from SUNY-Oswego, Pamela Drix came to Ithaca to find there was no studio for local artists outside of the city’s colleges. Ten years later, the Ink Shop is celebrating a decade of artistic talent and community.

Borders Spotlights local artists’ talents

By | Sep 15, 2010

When students talk about great people from Ithaca, they often refer to Ithaca College alumni who have long since left town. On Saturday, local artists, musicians and writers will gather to remind Ithaca that its tie to talent isn’t always written in ink on diplomas.

Book reaches teens dealing with abuse

By | Sep 8, 2010

Most students looking through the Ithaca College course guide would not expect one of the writing professors to be hiding her mother’s alcohol addiction or another to have been a homeless alcoholic. These stories of struggle and survival seem to be the exception in academics and life. But as a recently released book reveals, they’re…