There were five of them -- identical plastic containers that appeared randomly in five different locations across campus on a Thursday morning, each holding a simple disposable camera and a note encouraging anyone who found it to “take some pictures of you and your friends.” But who would do such a thing? And who even used disposable cameras anymore?
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of an National Hockey League team? Thanks to the Ithaca College School of Business, I interned this past summer with the New York Islanders Hockey Club and learned the ins and outs of what happens off the ice. Officially I worked in corporate season ticket sales, but I ended up doing so much more.
Ithaca College's Community Picnic is typically a time when students, faculty, and new freshman gather after the Convocation ceremony to meet new people and enjoy a day off before classes begin in full swing. This year, sustainability was the theme, as IC's student organization Take Back the Tap encouraged the class of 2016 to start thinking differently about the way they drink water. The club handed out reusable water bottles at the picnic to show that drinking water from the tap is not only back in style — but healthy and more affordable too.
What do Barack Obama, Henry David Thoreau, and Ithaca College writing professor Eleanor Henderson have in common? All have written books selected for IC’s First-Year Reading Initiative. In fact, Professor Henderson’s first novel, Ten Thousand Saints, is the book all freshmen received at their Summer Orientation.
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