THURSDAY, JANUARY 26
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.
“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...
Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang joined Ithaca College last summer after having served as associate dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, and on the faculty of the Department of Political Science, at the University of Richmond. Born in Taiwan, Wang focuses his scholarly research on Chinese and Taiwanese foreign policy and domestic politics, security, economic development, and Asian international...
It’s said that journalism is the first draft of history, and this week 10 students from Ithaca College will travel to Washington, D.C., to help chronicle a historic occasion — the inauguration of president-elect Donald J. Trump — for PBS NewsHour.
The trip is the sixth such collaboration with national news broadcasts for...
Karel Husa, an internationally renowned composer who left an indelible legacy at Ithaca College, Cornell University, and the music world at large, passed away December 14, 2016, at his home in Apex, North Carolina. He was 95 years old.
An internationally renowned composer, Karel was born in Czechoslovakia and trained at the Prague Conservatory during World War II and earned his...