The city of Ithaca recently celebrated its 32nd annual Ithaca Festival. The Ithaca Festival is an incredibly unique combination of small-town and big-city celebrations on the Ithaca Commons and surrounding streets, as well as in Stewart Park on the final day of festivities.
The four-day celebration kicked off with the festival's must-see annual parade. The parade began with the...
It's an IC tradition: first-year musical theater students cap the year with a cabaret, showcasing their talents and celebrating their changing status from nervous newbies to, well, sophomores.
Cinema and photography major Mitchell Murdock '12 captured video of the entire show.
Here's the opening act. Go to now-second-year musical theater major Ned Donovan's site for...
IC's annual, student-run fashion/talent show is always a must-see, all-campus, bring-down-the-house blast, and this year Fuse photographers were on hand to capture all the action!
Watch as Fabric unfolds and displays, as event producer Cornell Woodson '09 says, "the diverse and dynamic talents that we have here at Ithaca College."
At Relay for Life, action swirls all around you. In the center of the athletic track there is a stage where bands, dance teams, and singing groups perform all night long. A little way off from the stage there are hundreds of luminary bags lit up, each symbolizing someone lost to cancer. On the track, people walk alone or with friends to fight cancer -- a few will even walk continuously for 12...
Dan Amrich '93 Makes a Writing Career in Video Games
Before Dan Amrich ’93 became a senior editor at the Official Xbox Magazine he was the writer, editor, and publisher of the 10th Floor Tabloid, a newsletter he produced during his freshman year to report the jokes, one-liners, and antics of him and his floormates in the West Tower.
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