Two Ithaca College alums received Fulbright Awards, scholarships given to advance international research and increase mutual understanding between citizens of the United States and other countries.
Melendy Krantz ’09, anthropology and politics double major, will travel to Bangladesh where she will be studying how women's subcultures and caregiver subcultures in Bangladesh...
It's an IC tradition: first-year musical theater students cap the year with a cabaret, showcasing their talents and celebrating their changing status from nervous newbies to, well, sophomores.
Cinema and photography major Mitchell Murdock '12 captured video of the entire show.
Here's the opening act. Go to now-second-year musical theater major Ned Donovan's site for...
Imagine spending a Saturday afternoon with nearly 100 middle school girls, having fun with fashion and self care -- and getting college credit for it.
Four of my classmates and I did just that as part of Body Politics, an engaging women's studies seminar taught by Vera Whisman. The seminar challenges students to examine the social, political, and cultural construction of the...
Got brains? Or, rather, do you want to study them? Ithaca College’s neuroscience program trains students in all things brainy and is a hub of fascinating research and activity on South Hill.
"Neuroscience is hugely popular around the country. There’s clearly an interest out there,” says Jean Hardwick,...
This past February, I joined a group of Ithaca College students who traveled to our nation’s capital for Power Shift 2009, a four-day conference devoted entirely to discussing climate change.
As an environmental studies major, I was proud to be part of a group gathering to tell Congress and the Obama administration that we believe that dealing with climate change is not only the...
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