THURSDAY, APRIL 27
“Now Is Our Time,” a CSCRE Discussion Series presentation by the college’s Martin Luther King Scholars critiquing how westernized millennials engage in social activism; noon, Clark Lounge, Campus Center.
Concert by the Percussion Ensemble, with guest vibraphonist Lolly...
Sex and gender as portrayed in popular culture ranging from television shows such as “The Walking Dead” and “Westworld” to Grimm’s fairy tales to the “Legend of Zelda” video game series will be the focus of a conference at Ithaca College April 21–22.
A week of events promoting sustainability will take place at Ithaca College from April 17-22, and will feature a keynote presentation by award-winning author and food advocate Marion Nestle.
IC Sustainability Week aims to provide members of the campus and local community opportunities to lessen their carbon footprint and assess their role in coping with the effects and impacts of...
When Dallas Fonseca decided his future career path involved science, he didn’t have far to look for a problem to solve. The central New York native had Onondaga Lake, infamous as one of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, as a sort of inspiration.
Swimming and fishing had been banned for decades in the lake, which in recent years has undergone major cleanup...
With the nation divided and national conversations swirling with negative discourse, members of the Ithaca College community are looking to make a positive impact. Junior Chris Biehn is organizing “Believe in Love,” an event aiming to unite Ithaca residents through community service and a large gathering on the Ithaca Commons on April 22.
Biehn works with the Love Button...