Four faculty members from the Ithaca College School of Humanities and Sciences will be traveling across the globe to study everything from how dance can empower nuns in northern India to how contemporary Namibian artists are depicting moments from their country’s history.
These research projects will be undertaken in 2017 and 2018 thanks...
The Ithaca College Gerontology Institute has established the Center for Palliative Care, which aims to promote and advance palliative care in rural communities through research, education and community development. Palliative care means enhanced healthcare for people with serious illness, at any stage and any age....
Murderous circus characters may seem like the basis for a Stephen King novel, but for senior Ithaca College student Luke Davidson, it resulted in an invitation to The New Voices Project, a prestigious musical theater program, for his musical “The Circus of Terror.”
New Voices is a musical...
The original one-woman show “Muthaland” will be performed by Indian-American actress and playwright Minita Gandhi at Ithaca College on Saturday, April 29. The 5 p.m. performance in Clark Theatre, Dillingham Center, will be followed by a talkback with...
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...