On August 28, 1963, people from different states, races, and creeds came together for the March on Washington, held at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Fifty years later, it was humbling to be on that same mall, among a diverse crowd of people—some of whom were returning to the scene of that historic event.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 19th, will be a busy day for the IC community.
The start of classes will be delayed a day, so that students can participate in the many events happening on campus and around town.
This year's MLK Day theme on campus is "One World, One House," and there will be many activities centered on diversity and learning in a global...
Ithaca Leadership Scholarship: At IC, it pays to be a leader. One of the annual scholarships the College offers is the $7000 Ithaca Leadership Scholarship, awarded to students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, service, and commitment to academics.
The award is a renewable scholarship that students maintain by adhering to the standards and...
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...
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