The bombings at the Boston Marathon in April 2013 killed three people and injured an estimated 264 others. Nearly 11 months later, survivors are still on the long road to recovery but one member of the Ithaca College family is helping them get there with less of a financial burden.
In the video below, Ithaca College PT graduate Paul Ghostlaw ’90...
It took Seattle Seahawks defensive Richard Sherman roughly 25 seconds to change the focus of the NFC championship from his game-saving deflected pass against the San Francisco 49ers to a much deeper discussion about heroes and villains in sport and perceptions of race in America.
In an interview with Fox’s Erin Andrews immediately following the game, ...
Ithaca College’s Center for Life Skills invites individuals who have experienced a stroke to participate in its spring 2014 session.
Intended for individuals who have been discharged from a formal rehabilitation program but deem it necessary to continue post rehabilitation services to improve the quality of their everyday life, the session will run from Jan. 29 to May 2 and...
The Department of Sport Management and Media, in conjunction with the Native American Studies Program, will welcome guest speaker Kandice Watson to campus Wednesday, December 11 at 7:15 p.m.
Kandice, a representative of the Oneida Indian Nation, will present the views of the Oneida Indian Nation and examine the controversy regarding the Washington professional football team name and...