As digital processing takes the forefront in the field of photography, Ithaca College is adjusting its cinema and photography curriculum to mirror this shift.
Videoconferencing technology is becoming a popular teaching tool in departments across Ithaca College. Within the last year, videoconferencing has begun to play a role in connecting students on a global level to educate beyond the walls of the campus community. The Roy H. Park School of Communications and the Department of Modern Languages first launched…
Ithaca College may not show many traditional elements of American Indian culture, but as the Cayuga Nation flag hangs in the Academic Quad this November during Native American Heritage Month, members of the campus community will be reminded of the country’s indigenous predecessors.
While students on South Hill navigate their way to and from classes, senior Rory Cooper is spending his semester living with an indigenous community in Chile with 23 other students. Cooper, a culture and communication major, is filming his experiences on a handheld camcorder and hopes to present a final documentary at the National Conference…
Ithaca College students flashed their smiles a bit brighter around campus this week as professional photographer Bill Truslow snapped pictures of students and new campus buildings for the college’s Office of Marketing Communications.
In a planned crackdown on illegal street crossings, the Cornell University Police Department issued 143 tickets across Cornell’s campus to students and community members over the course of two days last week.
In a planned crackdown on illegal street crossings, the Cornell University Police Department issued 143 tickets across campus to students and community members within two days last week.