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In June 2016 Charles Hack ’69 joined the Ithaca College Board of Trustees. A music education major, Hack taught music after graduating from Ithaca College, and later found success in the real estate and restaurant industries. He serves on the board of directors for the...

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Roberta Peters Fields, Parent '79, world-famous opera singer and an Ithaca College honorary trustee, died on Wednesday, January 18, 2017. She was 86 years old.

Known professionally as Roberta Peters, she worked in multiple mediums: opera, concert, television, musical comedy and as a recording artist. During her long career she was especially noted for coloratura roles —...

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Black History Month will be recognized throughout February at Ithaca College. The collection of culturally rich programs and educational events sponsored by the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs aims to highlight heroes and empower the campus community to reflect on the past while creating dialogue...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26
PERFORMANCE

MLK Celebration performance by Storyboard P, an innovator in the Flexing scene, a competitive New York dance form that combines elements of breakdancing with the narrative and emotional intensity of contemporary dance movements; 7:30 p.m., Clark Theatre, Dillingham Center.

WORKSHOPS
MLK...

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“State secure facility,” ruled the family court judge in 1966. With little help from his legal aid lawyer, 10-year-old Keith Watters, a ward of New York State with no juvenile delinquencies, was sent to live in a place “full of criminals and a staff of sexual deviants — a terrible place to send a child,” recalled Keith Watters ’76. After enduring weeks of...

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