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With help from physics professors Matthew Price and Bruce Thompson, students Chris Stathis ’11 and Ivan Tso ’15 constructed the electronics for a new radio telescope, which now sits near the Clinton B. Ford Observatory on campus.


Who says you need a fancy studio to make a broadcast production? IC students can broadcast live with the use of  remote production truck featuring camera, sound, and editing equipment all inside one compact vehicle. The remote truck allows students to produce live broadcasts of Bomber sports, graduation, speakers, and events that are shown throughout the Tompkins County area through a local TV channel.


Just as winter descended on Ithaca, the Department of Theatre Arts lit up the stage with their Illuminated Bodies dance performance. Choreographed by assistant professor of theatre arts Lindsay Gilmour and instructor Amy Walker O'Brien, the performance of the four-part dance concert set out to express human emotion through movement.


Eleanor Henderson has lived up to the saying “practice what you teach” with a whirlwind summer after her debut novel Ten Thousand Saints was published by Ecco.


Most big-name professionals give a public speech or performance when they visit campus, but often they’ll meet with students one-on-one or in small groups or classes. Here are a few who came to IC last semester.


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