Paul Cremo ’82 got to the Met via a circuitous route. By George Sapio
Like the proverbial kid in a candy store, cinema and photography major Paul Cremo ’82 found himself unable to resist the numerous opportunities he found at Ithaca College.
But that was getting him in trouble. His art teachers said he wasn’t spending enough time...
She’s as involved as ever, more than a half-century since that arresting photo was taken.
Many readers commented on the beautiful photo of the stunning young woman in the library on the back cover of ICView 2009/2. When we published it, we hoped that someone would get in touch and let us know who she is.
We’re happy to report that we found her! Carolyn...
Gabrielle Bougher ’03 finds optimism in Rwanda. By Liz Getman ’09
Last year, in their World Cultures and Geography class at John Stark Regional High School in Weare, New Hampshire, Gabrielle Bougher and her freshmen analyzed the 1994 Rwandan genocide. During discussions of the country’s reconciliation process — a government effort to unite...
In an amazing 72 hour "concept-to-concert" collaborative effort, numerous Ithaca-area musicians, businesses, and teams organized an incredible night of music, auctions, raffles, and high spirits at Castaways on Sunday, January 17, to raise more than $5000 to benefit the tragedy in Haiti via Doctors Without Borders.
With more than...
Ithaca youth celebrate older adults. Samantha Allen ’11
The Who said it bluntly in the lyrics to “My Generation”: “I hope I die before I get old.”
Without a doubt, aging has gotten a bad rap. Ithaca youth, however, sang a different tune last August.
The forum was Young Poets Night, hosted by the IC Gerontology...