Vaughn Golden (Economics and Journalism, '20) reported on many stories, ranging from Huawei to presidential candidate Tom Steyer during his summer internship at OpenSecrets. One of his reports, which focused on Democratic and Republican spending on parties in the D.C....
PCIM Intern: Tara Eng working on impact projects with Working Films
At the nonprofit Working Films in Wilmington, NC, Tara Eng ('20) worked on numerous impact projects. The picture above shows a new solar powered projector from an organization in South Africa called Sunshine Cinema. She used the kit to tour documentary films in the...
PCIM Intern: Evan Popp Uncovers Corporate Politics at The Progressive
In 2017, Evan Popp interned through the Park Center with Independent Media at The Progressive.
PCIM Intern: Elena Piech delves into Ithaca community through WRFI
Two summers ago, Elena interned with WRFI Community Radio in Ithaca, whose news staff offers in-depth looks at issues such as food insecurity, housing policy, and environmental change at the local level.
PCIM Intern: Jackie Marusiak covers social issues in Ithaca at WRFI
Throughout her time on WRFI’s news staff, Jackie covered issues such as housing and food insecurity.
PCIM Intern: Olivia Riggio monitors media ethics at FAIR
Olivia Riggio is a journalist and storyteller in Ithaca, who has been involved with student publications and the Park Center for Independent Media since her freshman year.
Independent - Progressive Media Internships The Park Center for Independent Media sponsors a summer internship program aimed at giving justice-oriented students the opportunity to work at some of the best independent/progressive media institutions and advocacy...
FAIR: Coverage of Mental Illness
During the summer of 2018, Olivia Riggio, from Ithaca College's class of 2019, interned for Fair and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR). While at FAIR, Riggio worked on this piece titled "Mental Illness Serves as Easy Scapegoat in Mass Murder Accounts."
WRFI Radio: The Loneliness Project
Elena Piech, from Ithaca College's Class of 2019, reported and produced an investigative series with WRFI Community Radio in Ithaca, New York. The radio series covered issues concerning loneliness and suicide in Tompkins County. The radio series recently won a New...