IC Fuse Spring 2017
The Spring 2017 issue of Fuse features some great content, from one alumnus' experience helping with children with disabilities to an alumna's work treating children to a day on the Mystic River. Those stories and a whole lot more are all in the latest issue:
- Cover Story: No Filter- This photo essay showcases some of the many hands-on experiences Ithaca College students take part in.
- Creating Networks: Lisa Familaro '16 created the Business Professions Week to help current business students learn more about possible career paths.
- Hoops and Dreams: Khalil Griffith '16 is serving as a mentor for underprivileged children through a nonprofit youth basketball program he's started.
- An Ever-Growing Thirst: Traveling across the globe has allowed Taylor Graham '16 to explore the water crisis in northern India.
- Meaningful Victories: Former wrestler Jules Doliscar '13 continues to rack up victories after graduation by working with children with disabilities as an occupational therapist for the Franziska Racker Centers.
- Music as Medicine: Students in the School of Music are working with residents at a local adult residential facility, and making breakthroughs in memory care.
- On the Water: Rani Jacobson '14 is bringing the Mystic River to a group of children through her work with the Canoemobile program.
Web Exclusive and Multimedia Stories:
- Lending a Hand: Ryan Bouricius '17 used a 3D printer to create a prosthetic hand for those in need.
- Hoops and Dreams: Watch more about Khalil Griffith's '16 nonprofit youth basketball league
And check out these quick reads: