Four Ithaca College students will explore the ways societal rhetoric and historical narratives have impacted black identity in the United States during a presentation on March 31 that is free and open to the public.
The presentation, entitled “Addressing the Black (Mis)Education: Retelling the Narrative," is based on takeaways from their attendance at the ...
Posted on behalf of Roger "Doc" Richardson:
Dear campus community:
A belated welcome back from spring break. I hope you enjoyed your time away, whether you ventured to warmer climates, participated in Alternative Spring Break volunteer trips, or stayed local. For students and faculty alike, spring break is a welcome hiatus from the daily academic routine, especially after the mid-term period. For staff it is a quieter time on campus without the usual hustle-and-bustle. It is also a convenient marker; a halfway point that allows one to take stock of the semester that’s been and the remainder to come.
Submitted on behalf of Dr. Roger Richardson, Associate Provost/Interim Chief Diversity Officer.
Educational Affairs and The Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity (CSCRE) are excited to invite current Ithaca College employees who meet the required qualifications to apply for the position of Director of Programs and Outreach.
The BBC World Service recently interviewed 2010 Ithaca College alumnus Feleg Tsegaye about his burgeoning new fast food delivery service in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Listen: Fast food delivery in Ethiopia
About three years ago, Tsegaye left a promising position as an IT analyst for the...
Alyse Harris ’19 spent five hours last Saturday at the New Roots Charter School in Ithaca, sanding and varnishing tables, creating motivational posters, and sorting a teacher's book collection. She enjoyed working at the high school so much that she has decided to volunteer as a tutor for the rest of the semester.
"I'm very passionate about service, and it's...