Dan Cassavaugh ’07 is a pretty smart guy; he graduated in December, a semester early, with a degree in journalism. But even so, and even after three-and-a-half years of dealing with the bursar, he still doesn’t know the proper definition of “bursar.” “It’s like the IRS of college,” he says. “If you don’t pay...
Bruce North, an associate professor in the Department of Art in the School of Humanities and Sciences at Ithaca College, is a painter and etcher. His works have been exhibited throughout the United States. His etchings were included in John Ordeman’s recent book on 20th-century etchers, The American Sporting Print, and in the...
John O’Neill '55 and his wife, Nelle Doak O’Neill ’56, haven’t slowed down one bit since we wrote about them in our 2006/4 issue (“Renaissance Couple”). If anything, maybe they’ve become more active! Two of John’s compositions for strings, An Americana Medley and his...
to our first annual special literary and arts issue, which we have dubbed IC(Point of)View because it reflects the artistic and literary vision of members of the Ithaca College community.
We are excited to bring you works by our students, staff, alumni, and faculty—works of creative ...
They’ve arrested that father in Romulus,
charged him with arson and murder.
On the news, he’s yanked away in handcuffs,
angular with anger and grief.
Paul, burly in a cardigan, reads about a dying man.