Since last fall, Park alumnus Jeff Schmidt ’04 has been diligently editing a documentary on obesity. His hard work has paid off. Schmidt's documentary, Million Calorie March, will be screened at the Boston Film Festival.
The documentary follows Gary Marino, a man who struggled with his weight for over three decades, at ...
A few years ago, long-time business partners Carol Doroba ’88 and Robin McConaughy were avid sports fans with a reasonable complaint. “There was a complete lack of classy, high-end apparel for women sports fans,” says Doroba.
Ill-fitting football jerseys and baggy basketball tank tops just weren’t cutting it for Doroba ...
When the curtain falls it’s the actors who take a bow, but no Ithaca theater production would be possible without the behind-the-scenes collaborations of students, faculty, and staff from IC's School of Music and Department of Theatre Arts.
From set design and construction, to costumes and makeup, to the pit orchestra, to marketing...
Ithaca College graduate Gino Bona ’95 played a large part in of one of the most entertaining segments of the Super Bowl—the commercials. Bona won the inaugural “Pitch us Your Idea for the Best Super Bowl Commercial Ever. Seriously” contest.
Bona was one of over 10,000 fans who pitched an original concept promoting the National...
David Boreanaz ’91 has come back from the dead.
Well, not really. But the star of the television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel is finally playing not a vampire but a living, breathing person. With a legion of fans, great reviews, a prime-time slot, and, of course, an Ithaca College education, it was a...
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