If you have yet to experience a ChiliFest, you are seriously missing out. Every year Ithaca hosts the Annual Great Downtown Ithaca Chili Cook-off in the commons, which features the cream of the crop of chili creations. The restaurants never fail to impress, and this year was no exception.
It’s a Sunday afternoon in October, and there are four students hard at work in the Scene Shop on the first floor of the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Armed with drill bits, a hammer, and a saw, they’re hard at work constructing a door. One might assume that this prop will be used for a staged theatre performance, or perhaps the latest ICTV show, but this door’s purpose isn’t to be seen – it’s to be heard. It will be used to create a series of sound effects in WICB’s Retro Radio drama.
Who belongs in the United States? What really is a border? Can we get along peacefully with a culturally different person without in some way assimilating him or her into our culture? These were just some of the thought-provoking questions asked at the first event of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity’s (CSCRE) discussion series.
One Tuesday early this month Arianna Huffington wrote a blog post at 1:15 a.m. about how President Obama has progressed from having the “audacity to win” to the “timidity to govern.” By the time she arrived at Ithaca College later that afternoon, that blog post had received more than 3,500 comments.
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