“Being Hear,” a short documentary by Ithaca College alumni Palmer Morse ’16 and Matthew Mikkelsen ’16, is being screened around the world as part of the esteemed Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour. The film profiles Emmy-Award-winning acoustic ecologist...
THURSDAY, FEB. 16
“The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men,” a presentation by activist and scholar Robert Jensen on his latest book, which offers a critique of institutionalized male dominance; 7 p.m., Clark Lounge, Campus Center.
Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen showing, in...
Timothy A. Johnson is a professor of music theory in the School of Music at Ithaca College who teaches introductory, upper-level and graduate courses on music theory and aural skills. Currently, he is teaching a capstone course called Senior Seminar in Music Liberal Arts and Outside Fields, which...
Ithaca College will conduct a regular test of its Outdoor Warning System sirens during the noon hour on Thursday, Feb. 9.
The college tests the system periodically to increase awareness of it among the community and to ensure that it is working properly.
Evidence suggests that the use of palliative care and hospice services improves the quality of life of seriously ill patients and families, in cost-effective ways. However, statistics demonstrate persistent racial and ethnically based disparities in hospice use between blacks and whites.