Years after Hurricane Katrina, Ithaca students on Alternative Spring Break still find plenty of ways to help out in New Orleans’ Seventh Ward.
Unique partnership brings students and seniors together: Last fall, Sabrina Higgins ’09 traveled to Longview, a residential senior community in Ithaca, twice a week to teach Harold Sweet, 95, how to use a computer. When they began he didn’t even know how to turn it on, but after a few weeks he was e-mailing with his family. “He didn’t...
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...
At Relay for Life, action swirls all around you. In the center of the athletic track there is a stage where bands, dance teams, and singing groups perform all night long. A little way off from the stage there are hundreds of luminary bags lit up, each symbolizing someone lost to cancer. On the track, people walk alone or with friends to fight cancer -- a few will even walk continuously for 12...
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