When FLEFF intern Siobhan Cavanagh '12, a cinema and photography major, met film director John Valadez, she could not believe how truly interested he was in talking with her. “We talked about my intentions in going into film, and we talked about his experience and breaks in the industry,” she said. “It was really awesome to meet an award-winning director who is actually...
This summer, the Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies offers students and the Ithaca community the opportunity to travel to Dharamsala, India, to experience Tibetan life and culture in exile.
For three weeks, participants will connect with the exiled Tibetan community, learn from the Tibetan Dalai Lama, and experience Buddhism from the perspective of Tibetan monks....
It's the annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), and it's going on now!
A curated, international, multimedia festival, FLEFF probes issues from digital culture to disease through a dizzying array of lectures, discussions, and screenings on campus and off.
Watch clips from The Last Conquistador, one of the films opening the...
This past February, I joined a group of Ithaca College students who traveled to our nation’s capital for Power Shift 2009, a four-day conference devoted entirely to discussing climate change.
As an environmental studies major, I was proud to be part of a group gathering to tell Congress and the Obama administration that we believe that dealing with climate change is not only the...
Water just got cooler.
An exciting new exhibit at IC’s Handwerker Gallery incorporates water studies from around the world in an interdisciplinary look at the bridge between the science and beauty of water.
“Water Theory” is a collection of three installations designed by Megan Roberts, a composer and media artist, and Raymond Ghirardo, a...
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