By Nicole Cisneros McKeen
Svante Myrick was getting a ride home from Rob Flaherty ’13 after a meeting when he told the Ithaca College junior that he was thinking of running for mayor of Ithaca.
Flaherty was one of the first people Myrick had told. Once the campaign started, Flaherty quickly went from registering students on South Hill to acting as the...
Two stand-out seniors go through their final days as Ithaca College students, and their first moments as alumni.
ICView followed two seniors in the days leading up to graduation: Bailey Reagan and Tim Reynolds. Bailey was senior class vice president, and Tim raised more than $100,000 for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital through Up ’til Dawn, the...
By Keith Davis
It’s a right guaranteed to us by the founding fathers in the Declaration of Independence. But is happiness a choice? Can we choose to be happy any more than we can choose to be rich, healthy, or born in a certain country?
We consulted with a number of experts, both faculty and alumni, and the answers were...
We asked our readers to submit images that illustrated their idea of happiness, and we got a great response. We received a wide array of images, many of which included pets, children, and beaches. It was difficult to pick a winner, but “Summer Shake,” by Brian Maley ’13, came out on top.
“Summer Shake,” by Brian Maley ’13, shows his golden retriever,...
Competition in the new Athletics and Events Center kicked off with meets for both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. Both Bomber teams won in a tri-meet against the State University of New York at New Paltz and Fredonia.
In January, the men’s and women’s track teams both saw success at the Empire 8 Indoor Track & Field Championships. Both teams...