What does it take to write a novel? An innovative plot, some serious character development, and years of hard work? Well, turns out the latter may not be necessary. Writers from all over the Ithaca College community recently spent all of November working for, and celebrating, National Novel Writing Month.
Few college students can say they spend their nights “on tour,” but Ithaca College writing major Kody Keplinger '13 can. Keplinger has spent her sophomore year in and out of Ithaca promoting The DUFF, her novel for young adults, in New York City and Chicago schools and literary conferences.
Executive producer of the Late Show with David Letterman and Ithaca alum Barbara Gaines talks to Fuse about her experience at IC and the journey that led her to a successful career in television.
In eleven years as a producer on the show, Gaines has garnered 11 Emmy nominations and won five consecutive awards for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Program. She is up...
I walked through the glass doors of the Culinary Loft on 515 Broadway and made my way up to the 10th floor.
The California Strawberry Commission was sponsoring a luncheon hosted and prepared by chef CJ Jacobson from season three of Top Chef, who immediately greeted me and ushered me to a table with editors and interns from Parents and Women’s...
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