facebook twitter twitter

Tag Cloud  » 

Inside Ithaca

The Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology has launched a new pilot program aimed at helping nonverbal children, mainly those with autism, work on their communication skills.

Read more...



New York City has always been a hub of international culture and commerce, and now Ithaca College students can experience the excitement while furthering their education.

Read more...



Ithaca College’s intercollegiate athletics was chosen as one of the nation’s top 10 LGBT-friendly college sports programs, according to Campus Pride’s Out to Play Project. Campus Pride is a national organization that strives to create safe campus environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students.

Read more...



With help from physics professors Matthew Price and Bruce Thompson, students Chris Stathis ’11 and Ivan Tso ’15 constructed the electronics for a new radio telescope, which now sits near the Clinton B. Ford Observatory on campus.

Read more...



Who says you need a fancy studio to make a broadcast production? IC students can broadcast live with the use of  remote production truck featuring camera, sound, and editing equipment all inside one compact vehicle. The remote truck allows students to produce live broadcasts of Bomber sports, graduation, speakers, and events that are shown throughout the Tompkins County area through a local TV channel.

Read more...



« first | ‹ previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | next › | last »


myithaca

Are you a prospective student with college planning questions? Then myIthaca has got you covered.

Sign-Up Learn More
Copyright © Ithaca College. All rights reserved.

Fuse is a student produced publication about the Ithaca College experience. All content in the print and web versions of Fuse is developed by current Ithaca College students in a breadth of different areas of study.