WICB is known for its strong programs and outgoing DJs and reporters. It comes as no surprise that the station has steadily won awards for its programming and hosts. Here are just a few of the most recent honors awarded to WICB.
Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards
John-Severin Napolillo '08 was assistant music director at WICB his sophomore year. Here's how he describes the job:
When I arrived at WICB each afternoon, I held office hours much like professors have. I sorted through 20 to 50 packages filled with CDs and promotional materials. I then organized the music as part of our (sometimes overwhelmingly large) music cabinet....
Ithaca College Television (ICTV) celebrated its 50th anniversary on October 18th, making it the oldest student-run college television station in the world.
Nearly 200 students, faculty, and alumni celebrated this milestone achievement. The day’s events included a tailgate barbeque, tours of the television studios and facilities, a Bombers football game, and displays of ICTV video...
Ithaca College students saved some money recently while supporting a great cause. Barbers at Hillel's annual Shoshana Rudnick "Inch-a-Thon" cut students' hair in the north foyer of Campus Center.
Students who donated 10 or more inches of hair received a free haircut. If they donated less than 10 inches, the cost was just $10 -- quite a deal.
The hair and money was...
In protest of California's Proposition 8, which revokes the right for the LGBT community to marry, IC' s student group Created Equal staged a unique fund raiser in Emerson Suites this past week. For the suggested donation of $8.00, students received a fake marriage certificate and matching rings (ring pops!) after "marrying" anyone of their choosing.
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