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Distinguished Visiting Writers Series

This semester, Ithaca College welcomes several visitors to share their insights and expertise with the campus community.

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On September 28, the Ithaca College Distinguished Visiting Writers Series hosted a reading by short-story writer ZZ Packer. More than 100 students, faculty, and members of the community gathered in Clarke Lounge to listen to the writer read an excerpt from her novel, The Thousands, and a short story from her collection, entitled Brownies. 

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Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, an award-winning author and poet, spoke at Ithaca recently.

Her work has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly and The New Yorker, and she is the recipient of several prestigious literary awards, including the Pushcart Prize in 2003 and the American Book Award in 1996.

Divakaruni came to the United States from India when she was 19, and...

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Writers rejoice! New York Times film critic A.O. Scott and Rolling Stone's politics reporter Matt Taibbi both stopped by IC earlier this month to dispense words of wisdom to IC students.

Taibbi was was hosted by the Park Center for Independent Media, and his lecture was aptly titled “Independent Media Amidst Conformist Media.”

Taibbi first...

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Three accomplished writers are visiting Ithaca College this fall, continuing the traditions of two guest lecturer programs run by the Park School of Communications and the School of Humanities and Sciences.

This year’s Park Distinguished Visitor is award-winning journalist and author Tom Wolfe. Wolfe has written for the New York Herald-Tribune and New York...

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