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The 2016 Ithaca College Multimedia Journalism class has displayed more work through its weekly magazine, Ithaca Week, where stories about local Ithaca culture and life are highlighted.

The authors of the website are third-year and fourth-year journalism students at Ithaca College with a variety of interests and passions. Contact them via twitter or email as listed below.

Kayla Dwyer: Kayla is a student journalist and incoming editor-in-chief of The Ithacan. In addition to her passion for hard news, she is a life-long musician, voracious reader and avid fitness enthusiast. She can be reached via email at or via twitter @kayla_dwyer17.

Alexis Forde: Alexis would like to pursue a career in sports journalism, particularly online. She has a passion for shooting and editing video and would really like to incorporate that into what she plans to do. Her hobbies include running and following all the latest news on the New York Jets. She can be reached via email at or via twitter @forde_alexis.

Gabriella Jorio: A fashion and art enthusiast, Gabby hopes to work as a style editor for a fashion publication in New York City. She hopes to address the exclusivity of the industry and tell stories that create a safe space for all women. She can be reached via email at

Sara Kim: In the future, Sara hopes to pursue a career in digital media for the health industry, working in public relations for a health organization in either the nonprofit or government sectors. Currently, she is an avid social media user and is comfortable using all media platforms including print, online and broadcast. She can be reached via email at or via twitter @sara_Y_kim.

Aaron Laramee: Aaron hopes to pursue a career in entertainment (sports and media) or technology journalism; he hopes to find a mixture of the two. He has a passion for all kinds of visual media, especially film. Aaron hopes to help keep the arts thriving as culture is one of the benchmarks of a society and should be treated as such. His hobbies include avidly watching sports, movies, politics and discussing the greater implications of them all. He can be reached via email at or via twitter @alaramee56.

Rachel Mucha: Rachel enjoys writing feature and long-form journalism pieces on the arts and culture, and she hopes to one day write for an entertainment publication. She also loves creative and comedic writing. She can be reached via email at or via twitter @rachmucha.

Mallery Rockwell: Mallery enjoys writing feature and online news articles and loves to edit. She hopes to travel and write about experiences in other countries after college and write for a magazine or news organization someday. She can be reached via email at or via twitter @mallerytaylor.

Arlana Shikongo: African born and raised, Arlana traveled more than 7,000 miles to pursue her passion for op-ed, long-form narrative and feature writing. With a focus on economic development and social injustice, she hopes to tell the stories of those most silenced and use her writing to effect global change. Her passions include traveling, experiencing culture and writing poetry. She can be reached via email at

David Stern: David enjoys writing long-form narrative articles with an environmental focus. He hopes to promote sustainability and environmental responsibility through his writing. David is also a passionate soccer fan and music enthusiast. He can be reached via email at or via twitter @dstern1503.

Anne Uhle: Anne is attracted to all types of journalism: print, broadcast, independent, etc. Her true love is parody news; she can’t think of a better way to keep the government in check than making fun of it. She can be reached via email at

Will Uhl: Will focuses on features, tech news, and occasionally, satire. If he’s not writing in a dimly-lit, poorly-ventilated room, he’s taking a walk in Ithaca’s brisk outdoors. He can be reached via email at

Taylor Zambrano: Taylor has written for a few publications, including the Long Island Herald, The Prisma, Sommet Dame and The Ithacan. She has a passion for human interest and psychology stories, and she hopes to pursue a career in which she can incorporate both. She can be reached via email at or via twitter @tzambra1.


For further inquiries, please contact course instructor Martha Stone at