Do you desire to chart your own course in life, to be “autonomous”? Many people claim they do, but our actions suggest that humans more strongly desire “to fit in” with those around them. This lecture will consider these clashing human desires from the standpoint of evolutionary theory, and explore whether future technology can transform this clash, perhaps by transforming the very structure of human interaction.
Students study how zebrafish react to anxiety triggers in hopes of finding better treatments.
Greetings! The early fall is a busy time on the Ithaca College campus. We've just welcomed our first-year students in H&S and they are becoming acclimated to their new lives. As you might expect, at our opening celebrations and events we set expectations for our students. I remind them that studies must always...
The successes of these recent graduates highlight a much larger group of our versatile and dynamic alumni!
WRITING – Nicole Basta ‘10
After receiving her degree in writing, Nicole moved to New York City to begin her graduate work towards an M.F.A. in poetry at The New School. Nicole’s poetry has been published in Blunderbuss Magazine (...
Ithaca College Mock Trial is busily getting ready for competition in this year's American Mock Trial Association tournaments with a new civil case involving the wrongful death of a minor child. We are planning to participate in invitational tournaments this fall at Binghamton University and Colgate, and then on to the...