By Kate Larrabee
Some Ithaca College grads follow the straight and narrow path from college to career. Others, like Greg Silverman, find themselves on a more circuitous route.
As an Ithaca student, Silverman studied anthropology and politics. He then went on to graduate school at the...
By Brenna Fitzgerald
Lev Ekster is good at seeing what’s not there. When the economic recession offered few job opportunities for 2009 law school graduates, Ekster tapped into his entrepreneurial powers and started Cupcake Stop, New York’s first mobile cupcake...
By Susan Weiner
Zen Buddhists have a saying that translates from Japanese as, “To be aware of opportunity is divine.” While Zen is a path without a defined beginning or end, a glimpse into Nan Kathryn Fuchs’ career reveals that her own life unfolded as a series of what she...
By Jennifer Campbell
Step into the lively pavilion at the Ithaca Farmers Market and it’s immediately evident that this place is as much a town commons as a food market. When assistant professor of strategic communication Ari Kissiloff redesigned the market’s web presence last year, he set out to capture that community energy.
“The farmers’ market...