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An essayist and a poet kick off the year’s writing series. by Jessica Bachiochi ’09 with Maura Stephens

Barbara Hurd’s mother was an artist, her father a practical problem solver. They looked at the world in very different ways. Hurd, an award-winning essayist, draws from both influences to present her view of the natural world. Renowned for her ability to...

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IC physics professor cohosts national astronomers' conference.

The stars were out in clear October skies for the 40th annual meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) of the American Astronomical Society, cohosted by Ithaca College and Cornell University and held at the Statler Hotel on the Cornell campus. 

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Faculty, staff help launch a sustainability-focused school.

There’s about to be a new K-12 school in Ithaca, thanks in large part to the efforts of a committed group of IC educators. The school has a unique mission based on systems thinking for a sustainable future, and aims to prepare young people to be successful in a rapidly changing local, regional, and global...

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Park Design House gives students professional marketing experience — agita and all. by Chelsea Theis ’08

It started with a question: “How can we get real-life design experience for interested students?” The answer: Park Design House — a collaborative project between the Park School of Communications and the Office of Marketing Communications,...

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Screenwriter Howard Rodman shares tips with aspiring writers. with Jessica Bachiochi '09

Howard Rodman likes directors with a clear vision of the story. He says working for some directors is “like trying to do a Rubik’s cube blind-folded.”

Rodman illustrated a screenwriter’s life when he visited Ithaca...

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