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summer 2007

Last year the Roy H. Park School of Communications launched the Cellflix Film Festival to challenge students to create compelling, 30-second short films shot on a cell phone. Now in its second year, the festival has gained much media notoriety and attention.

Zack Wilson ’07 took home this year’s $5,000 grand prize with his film,...

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For the past 17 years, Ithaca College has had one student win a Fulbright Award every year or two. Last year two Ithaca College students received Fulbrights. This year—for the first time ever—three of Ithaca’s graduating seniors earned this prestigious honor.

Spanish and English double major Kelly Helin ’07 will travel...

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Video game junkies rejoice! Virtual worlds are not just for after school anymore—now they’re part of it. Second Life has made its way into the classroom at Ithaca, where students in the integrated marketing communications program have been exploring its impact on buyer behavior.

Last semester, I delved into this virtual culture...

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When Peter Berg and Mike Wechsler set out to make The Race, they already knew how much effort would be needed to produce ground-breaking collegiate TV. Just one year earlier the pair had created Unicorn Boy, an animated comedy that went on to win several local awards.

A unique production at ICTV (and just about any college TV...

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Ithaca College psychology professor Nancy Rader spent the past few months studying Australian diver Lloyd Godson, who won Australian Geographic’s “Live Your Dream” Wildest Adventure Competition. Godson’s winning proposal was a sustainability demonstration that involved being submerged in a pond in Albury, Australia, in a...

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