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In the 1970s, IC professor Gustav “Skip” Landen began assigning a film project that went on to launch a decades-long tradition at the college: create a short film that included someone being killed by a doorknob.

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For the fifth straight Olympics, students from Ithaca College worked at the world’s biggest athletic event. NBC selected 34 interns from the college’s Roy H. Park School of Communications to support the network’s coverage of the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

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The first vehicle that Jusan Hamilton ever drove was a tractor, meandering around in his backyard in Ithaca. He was three years old. Now, less than six months after graduating from Ithaca College with dual degrees in integrated marketing communications and sociology, Hamilton spends his days rubbing shoulders with the likes of Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, and Matt Kenseth.

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On August 28, 1963, people from different states, races, and creeds came together for the March on Washington, held at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Fifty years later, it was humbling to be on that same mall, among a diverse crowd of people—some of whom were returning to the scene of that historic event.

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15 students from the Strategic Communications department at the Roy H. Park School of Communications explore careers in media are hosted by alumni in media agencies in NYC.

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