Sitting inside the Center for Cross Cultural Learning in Rabat, Morocco, Ithaca’s Martin Luther King Jr. scholars were immersed in a new, exciting, and radically different culture. During this service-learning trip, we carried ourselves as the global citizens and agents for social change that we strive to be as MLK scholars.
Yet at times culture shock set in, and we were...
This January, I’ll be taking my last international service-learning trip with the MLK Scholars Program. We will be traveling to Costa Rica to explore issues of environmental justice, race, economics, and the intersection of all three issues.
Our trip will begin in San Jose, where we will attend lectures at the Universidad de Costa Rica on subjects such as the nation’s...
Ithaca College students saved some money recently while supporting a great cause. Barbers at Hillel's annual Shoshana Rudnick "Inch-a-Thon" cut students' hair in the north foyer of Campus Center.
Students who donated 10 or more inches of hair received a free haircut. If they donated less than 10 inches, the cost was just $10 -- quite a deal.
The hair and money was...
Ithaca College students spent a recent Saturday afternoon in the greater Ithaca community, building playgrounds, cooking in soup kitchens, and raising money for the Finger Lakes Cancer Resource Center. These activities were all part of USA Weekend magazine's Make A Difference Day, traditionally observed each October. ...
Photographs by Jeffrey Goodwin '10
Hundreds of headlights pierced the pre-dawn darkness as cars made their way down the hilly Ithaca roads toward Stewart Park. The park was filled with riders -- including many from the Ithaca College students, staff, and faculty -- poised to take part in the Southern Tier AIDS Program's (STAP's) tenth annual AIDS Ride for...
Are you a prospective student with college planning questions? Then myIthaca has got you covered.Sign-Up Learn More
Fuse is a student produced publication about the Ithaca College experience. All content in the print and web versions of Fuse is developed by current Ithaca College students in a breadth of different areas of study.