Photos of Maritsa Sherenian ’11, M.S. ’13, and the crew from Strides©
The School of Music has sponsored nine concerts at Lincoln Center in New York City since the 1970s. This year the Ithaca College Choir and Symphony Orchestra performed along with alumna soprano Jessica Julin ’02.
Exploring caves in Belize, filming a documentary in South Korea, and volunteering in a clinic in Malawi—these are just a few of the adventures possible through Ithaca College.
Photography can be a powerful tool to affect social change, and Ithaca College students have hands-on experience using their photography skills to benefit the Ithaca community. As part of the Park Award for Photo Activism class, students were paired with nonprofit organizations in Tompkins County, linking the college to the greater Ithaca community.
ARTiculated is the 2013 Senior art show, a collaboration between the department of art and the department of cinema production media arts. The show was in the Handwerker Gallery from April 18 to May 19, 2013.
A gentle weekend snowstorm blanketed our campus with almost a foot of fresh powder, and our Fuse photo team captured the results. Here are some of our favorite shots from each of our student photographers.
Hillel held their annual welcome back BBQ recently. The event was moved inside Muller Chapel because of weather, but the celebration continued nonetheless.
The C-SPAN Civics Bus made a stop in the parking lot of the Roy H. Park School of Communications to share the newest advances in mobile media.
The academic quad was transformed into a Quidditch pitch as residents from Hood (Gryffindor) and Hilliard (Slytherin) Halls reenacted the magical game from Harry Potter. Read more:
The annual Ithaca Festival was held on a beautiful Memorial Day weekend on the sunny Ithaca Commons and in Stewart Park. Thousands of people came out to celebrate with music, food, fun, and friends. Ithaca Festival attracts residents and visitors and vendors from all over, coming together to appreciate the culture of Ithaca.
This past March, IC's chapter of Habitat for Humanity traveled to Columbus, GA to participate in the Collegiate Challenge and build 9 houses between 13 schools. The IC group contributed to 2 houses on Lakeside Drive.
Watch this gallery as we post photos of Ithaca's outstanding athletes throughout the year.
Ithaca College's School of Music students have traveled to New York since the 1970s to perform at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Enjoy this exciting gallery of images of their Lincoln Center performance of Carl Orff’s opera Carmina Burana.
A capacity crowd greeted Ithacappella as the award-winning, all-male, a cappella group took the stage to perform its Block 3 Concert. Learn more about Ithacappella:
Ithaca College Bureau of Concerts and the Cornell Concert Commission joined forces to bring Stars, a Canadian indie pop band, and Kevin Devine as an opener to Ithaca's State Theatre on February 6, 2009.
Last summer, 44 Ithaca College students had the experience of a lifetime as interns with the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. Eleven students worked for NBC Sports in China while another 12 worked at NBC headquarters in New York City. A third group of 21 students were selected to intern with the Olympic News Service in Beijing. Here are some of the snapshots they brought home.
Read more about their experience:
These photographs are my final project for my Photo Workshop class. The project developed over the course of the semester and we explored our ideas through readings and by visiting art galleries in New York City. There are also images of our class exhibition at a space in downtown Ithaca.
Ithaca is known for the crazy winters, but no one ever talks about how amazing it is in the spring and summer too. Here's some photos of students enjoying both the sun and snow.
Occupational Therapy student Amanda Schlenker '08 gives us an inside look at the summer Occupational Therapy program in Rochester, NY. Some images contain sensitive material of human dissection. View at your own discretion.
See some of the highlights from IC's 2008 Fashion Show: Capture the Dream! Presented by the Kuumba Repertory Theatre, the show featured IC student models and entertainment and was, as always, a crowd-pleasing, spectacular event.
Photos by Samantha Constant '09 and Jeffrey Goodwin '10
Last summer Fuse photo editor Jeff Goodwin '10 traveled to Gambia in West Africa as one of the two students selected for Ithaca College’s Reginald Simmons Memorial Award. Here are some of the photos he brought back.
From baton twirlers to a bee on a bike, marching bands, mermaids, and more, the Ithaca Festival parade showcases all that is wacky and wonderful about Ithaca!
The men's soccer team earned an at-large bid to the 2008 NCAA Division III tournament after winning the Empire 8 regular season championship and placing second in the E8 tournament. The Bombers faced Johns Hopkins University for the first time all season in their first-round match up. Johns Hopkins won in overtime with a score of 1-0.
After winning their first round playoff match 6-0 against Westfield State, the Ithaca Bombers faced Roger Williams University in the NCAA second round of playoffs. The Bombers scored once each half and tallied their fifth straight shutout. Ithaca's win snapped the Hawk's 16-game winning streak and sends Ithaca to their second straight Sweet 16 appearance.
The Ithaca field hockey team took on Utica during their final home game of the year. The bombers won 2-1, bringing their home record to 7-1 on the year and securing an Empire 8 tournament bid.
The womens soccer team took on Vassar College in their last regular season game of the 2008 season. The Bombers won the match 1-0 clinching the top rank within the Empire 8 conference and securing their national ranking.
Ithaca College vs. Cornell University Club Hockey game
The men's and women's swim teams took on the University of Rochester during their third home meet of the season. Both Bomber teams took home wins, improving the men's record to 11-4 and women's to 8-3.
The Ithaca women's basketball team defeated Hartwick College 70-49 on February 6 in Ben Light Gymnasium. That same evening, the men's basketball team clinched a berth in the Empire 8 playoffs with a 78-59 win over Hartwick.
The Ithaca College men's basketball team beat St. John Fisher College, 77-67, on Saturday, February 14, to tie the school record -- set in 1982 -- with 22 wins this season.
While living on campus, Amy Morse '09 raised Rusty, a yellow Labrador Retriever puppy, to become a guide dog.
Janice Levy has taught photography at Ithaca College since 1987. Here are some of her images.
Classes aren't the only part of the college experience. Discover all the places to go and things to do on and off campus!
Professor Baruch Whitehead connects students with African culture through drums, dance, and trips to Ghana.
Need some extra cash? Cool jobs abound on campus--if you know where to look.
A semester in Spain leads to new language skills and a deeper appreciation of the Hispanic culture.
A future math teacher puts her skills to the test at Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem.
Written by Michael Berlin '08
Did you know that Ithaca has more restaurants per capita than New York City? With a population of roughly 47,000, Ithaca thrives as one of the cultural meccas for the Finger Lakes region. And after tasting much of what this town has to offer, the Fuse editors, gourmands, and foodies have compiled their “best of” list to help you dig into the rich, yet affordable world of Ithaca gastronomy.
Select any image in this gallery to send it as an e-mail postcard.
Lessons learned in a service learning class extend beyond the classroom.
The best of Fuse's photos from September, October, and Novemeber 2007.
IC's first student-produced reality show sends teams on a race across Central New York.
A physics professor and his student explore elephant communication in Africa.
IC accounting students relieve tax-time headaches for Alaskan villagers.
Photos of events sponsored by the Student Activities Board, Student Government Association, IC After Dark, and other student orgs.
Many alumni and other professionals visit Ithaca to give an inside look into different careers and how they can learn to achieve in the real world.
ICircus is a circus arts club at Ithaca. The group practices and teaches circus skills including juggling, balancing, unicycling, acrobatics, acro balancing, plate spinning, diablo, and more.
A gallery of images from the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar trip to Seoul, Korea.
What do the Dirty Dozen players look like in action? Check it out!
Select any image in this gallery to send it as an e-mail postcard.
Under construction! The new School of Business Building in fall 2007.
One great town. One thousand gallons of chili plus ... bull-riding! Ithaca's annual Chili Cook-Off and Winterfest is an event not to be missed!
Various Ithaca clubs and organizations that all students are invited to join and take part in.
Photos from the 2008 competition at Rutgers and the 2008 Cayuga Dancesport Challenge.
Ithaca College Bureau of Concerts presented the Crocs Next Step Campus Tour featuring Cartel, Young Joc, and MC Lars on September 24th.
The city of Ithaca hosts the Apple Harvest Festival every fall on the downtown Commons. The event draws over 30,000 people every year. It's legendary around the region and a must-see for all IC students.
The Ithaca men's soccer team was busy this week, taking on both Rochester Institute of Technology and Rowan University.
Representatives from Ithaca College's Democratic, Republican, and Green Party debate on Monday night October 20, 2008.
"The Eve of Battle" is Scott Levery's (09) senior thesis. It is a short epic about the lord's of a medieval land and their experiences the night before a large battle. These stills are from a flashback scene in which Lord Garin loses his brother to a band of mercenaries.
Hi all! As I was driving around Ithaca the other day I was amazed by all the signs directing you where to go. It is almost impossible to get lost. I took a few snap shots of some of the signs. There are also some random photos of IC that I thought you might enjoy.
Ithaca College’s Active Minds host “Stomp Out The Stigma,” in Emerson Suites, to open dialogue about mental health issues.
Follow IC students as they work on two documentaries for "Documentary Workshop," one of the toughest -- and most rewarding -- classes in the Park School of Communications. Read their story here:
The Ithaca men's basketball team took on DeSales University in the second round of the NCAA Championship Tournament. The Bombers lost 77-71, ending a great season with 24 wins and just 3 losses.
Singer-songwriter Adam Day '07, IC Hip Hop, and musical theater majors from the class of 2011 performed at Concert for a Cure, a benefit concert for cancer research and awareness.
The top seeded Bombers men's basketball team took on Nazareth during the first round of the Empire 8 tournament. The Bombers entered the competition with a 24-1 record and two wins over Nazareth during regular season action. The Golden Eagles managed to pull off the upset and won the match with a score of 82-76. Despite the loss the Bombers earned a bid to the NCAA tournament as a wild card.
The Ithaca College chapter of Habitat for Humanity has sent 20 students to Tarboro, North Carolina, over spring break for the past 10 years. The relationship formed when the region was devastated by flood waters in the late 1990s. With help from IC students and other campus chapters, Habitat for Humanity has played a huge role in the town's rebuilding process.
The men's lacrosse team is kicking off their 2009 season in tremendous fashion. The Bombers are currently ranked third in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division III Coaches Poll and remain undefeated after eight games. This is the highest ranking the team has ever received in the program's history. The Bombers faced Empire 8 foe Alfred University on Wednesday in their first home match. Alfred proved no contest for Ithaca, and the match ended with a final score of 8-3.
The women's lacrosse team made a statement on Saturday with a big win over rival SUNY Cortland. The Bombers hosted the 11th ranked Cortland Dragons in the first meeting of the two teams this season. Both teams took turns taking the lead throughout the game. Kylie Mcclure '10 tied the match at 12, then -- with less than two minutes left -- freshman Nicole Borisenok netted the game winner for the Bombers.
Relay for Life is an annual event put on my the American Cancer Society to raise money for cancer research. Every year Ithaca College students join together with Cornell students to celebrate this event. This year's theme was the 80's. I was the captain to a team named T-Cubed, which stood for our housing, Terrace 3, and went along with our 80's theme.
Read more about my experience at Relay for Life:
The Bomber cross country teams opened their season with the Jannette Bonrouhi-Zakaim Memorial Run, named for the late Ithaca College Athletic Hall of Fame member and seven-time all-American. This alumni cross country run is held annually.
Each year the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity puts on a discussion series. The current series will focus on the theme of Race and Immigration. This gallery shows images from the first event of the series on September 17, 2009. The discussion titled "Contesting Imperial Belonging," started with a speech given by Neferti Tadiar, Professor of Women's Studies at Barnard College and Director for the Center for Critical Analysis of Social Differences at Columbia University. Following her speech, which offered insight into the question of who "belongs" to the United States versus who is allowed to be here, audience members asked questions and participated in a discussion with Tadiar.
IC After Dark hosted Urban Cowboy, their signature, western-themed, late-night event in Emerson Suites early this fall.
This gallery hosts the photos for the 9.1 Fuses's photo page of traditions at IC
Ithaca College fights hard against Hartwick at Yavits Field in Ithaca. Hartwick beat Ithaca 0 - 1.
When the temperature decreases in Ithaca over the winter, there are still plenty of exciting activities to keep students warm and entertained. From watching artists carve delicate snow structures to enjoying chowder from several local Ithaca restaurants, there is an activity out there for everyone.
Jules Doliscar '13, M.S. '15 was a standout wrestler for the Bombers. Now an occupational therapist at the Franziska Racker Centers, Doliscar is helping children with disabilities achieve victories as well. In this photo slideshow, you can see the impact Doliscar has had.
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