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winter 2010

Freshman year Steve Goeway and I sat with Norah Shipman in Jack Powers’ Introduction to Mass Media class, talking about running. I reminded Steve that at the time he said he’d like to find the perfect running route in Ithaca.


Housed in the School of Humanities and Sciences, the new Department of Environmental Studies and Science encompasses two previously launched bachelor of arts programs: environmental studies and environmental science.


On a recent two-day trip to Philadelphia, students of art history professor and department chair Stephen Clancy’s got a taste of Maurice Sendak’s illustrations at the Rosenbach Museum.


What can you do when none of the majors offered by IC feels quite right? You can build your own -- music administration or sociopolitical photography, for example -- through planned studies.


Associate Professor Brooke Hansen is passionate about her work with the Cayuga: “The Cayuga are the indigenous people of this area, so we have an obligation as members of an educational institution to learn about and respect the land on which our college sits and the cultures which were displaced so we could be here.”


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