So many classes, so little time!
If you're like me, you'll find that there are so many exciting classes to take at IC -- both required courses and electives -- that you may end up having to set aside some opportunities, like learning a language.
I took Spanish for five years, from 8th grade to senior...
The city of Ithaca recently celebrated its 32nd annual Ithaca Festival. The Ithaca Festival is an incredibly unique combination of small-town and big-city celebrations on the Ithaca Commons and surrounding streets, as well as in Stewart Park on the final day of festivities.
The four-day celebration kicked off with the festival's must-see annual parade. The parade began with the...
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...
For many IC students, FLEFF is one of the most anticipated cultural events of the year; it permeates the campus and offers participants a chance to make professional connections and engage in intellectual discussions.
What festival organizers didn't expect was the amount of interest that FLEFF would hold for the parents of IC students. Attendance jumped from 3,000 guests in 2007...
This summer, the Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies offers students and the Ithaca community the opportunity to travel to Dharamsala, India, to experience Tibetan life and culture in exile.
For three weeks, participants will connect with the exiled Tibetan community, learn from the Tibetan Dalai Lama, and experience Buddhism from the perspective of Tibetan monks....
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