Faculty and students are hard at work preparing for the 2009 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) to be held March 30 to April 5.
FLEFF is a weeklong multimedia event that puts environmentalism and sustainability into larger global contexts relating to labor, war, health, music, technology, economics, literature, and human rights.
This year’s programming...
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...
This fall, HSBC Bank’s philanthropic division, HSBC in the Community (USA) Inc. Foundation awarded Ithaca College a $500,000 grant that will support the development of a new sustainability major and minor at the College.
In addition to these new academic programs (tentatively scheduled to begin in fall 2009), the grant will subsidize scholarships and fellowships,an internship and...
A: Although it’s no New York City, Ithaca still has a very charged music scene.
There are weekly concerts of local musicians at places like Castaways, the Haunt, the Nines, and No Radio Records (which often partners with students to put on concerts).
See video of the Decemberists in Ithaca:
A: There are a few ways to find jobs on campus.
First, current students can look online at JobShop, an online database of student jobs. This site provides information for students who seek campus employment or qualify for federal work study.
You can also check with specific offices. So if you really want a job at the Fitness Center or the library, check their websites or give...
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