South Hill Today
Tibet’s head of state and spiritual leader offers campus a lesson on “training the
by Liz Getman ’09
A group of meditating Tibetan monks knelt on stage, framed by a throne-like platform covered in dark red pillows and gold silk blankets. Their voices rose in a deep and sonorous chant that...
The Watergate reporter visits IC just weeks before the identity of the infamous Deep Throat is revealed. by Erika Spaet ’09
In the 1970s United States politics—indeed, the whole society—was rocked by the Nixon administration’s Watergate scandal. Now the country is still under the shadows of the...
Using the Second Life online universe as a teaching and marketing tool. by Zeke Wright ’07
Second Life is no computer game. It’s a “metaverse,” or alternate universe. It exists online, and its population is growing daily. There is no predetermined way to play, and you don’t win or lose. Users do enjoy a...
Business professor David Saiia and students work with a new breed of entrepreneurs in the Maquipucuna community. by Khrista Trerotola ’07
In the corner of Dave Saiia’s office hangs a bright yellow coat. “I have to make sure people see me,” says the assistant professor of management,...
Few English-language journalists are as intimate with contemporary Middle Eastern issues as Robert Fisk. Ithaca College was fortunate to have the widely respected author as its Park Distinguished Visitor Series guest this spring.
Fisk, who lives in Lebanon and has covered the region for 31 years, is currently the Middle East correspondent for the British newspaper the...