There is nothing ordinary about Ithaca College writing professor Katharyn Howd Machan. A published author of numerous books of poetry, the first poet laureate of Tompkins County, and an energetic teacher most often seen around campus dressed in flowing skirts, bright colors, and tons of tinkling jewelry, Machan is a true creative presence at IC.
Oh, and she’s also a belly...
Go behind the scenes with an ICTV producer
When I first visited Ithaca’s Park School of Communications, I was told that hands-on experience was a big part of the television radio major. But I didn’t know how true that was until I went to my first class, Introduction to Media Production, which was held in one of the school’s two television studios....
When I was applying to colleges, the only thing I knew for certain was that I wanted to be an attorney. But one thing I didn’t know was what my major would be. As the oldest of six kids, two of whom have autism, I had dabbled in psychology in high school. I started thinking that having a background in the human mind would be useful for a future law career. I looked through all of the...
Ithaca College recently hosted its first ever ballroom dance competition, the Cayuga DanceSport Challenge. More than 180 competitors from 20 different schools danced in the collegiate competition. The Ben Light Gymnasium was filled with the music of cha-cha, bolero, mambo, rumba, and swing. Ithaca College students placed in many events, winning more than 40 ribbons in all.
The Bombers have had a year to be proud of: Ithaca's athletic teams have received recognition across the board.
IC won the Empire 8 Commissioner’s Cup ... again. IC has won the Cup all seven years it has been awarded. The Commissioner’s Cup is awarded annually to the best overall athletics program in the Empire 8 conference.
Our football team has...
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