ITHACA, N.Y. – Ithaca College's Athletics and Events Center was recently named the winner of an Innovative Architecture & Design Award from Recreation Management magazine. The A & E Center, which opened in the fall of 2011, was designed by Moody-Nolan Inc.
Recreation Management praised the architects' decision to apply the concept of breathing – by the...
This year, the Ithaca College Jazz Ensemble has a whole bunch of fun stuff lined up — the Terell Stafford/composition contest winner concert, a concert for children & families, a performance at NYSSMA in Rochester, and a lot more. The Jazz Lab Bands will also be doing great things. All jazz bands rehearse on Tuesday and/or Thursday evenings from 6-8PM.
What do Barack Obama, Henry David Thoreau, and Ithaca College writing professor Eleanor Henderson have in common? All have written books selected for IC’s First-Year Reading Initiative. In fact, Professor Henderson’s first novel, Ten Thousand Saints, is the book all freshmen received at their Summer Orientation.
With summer winding down and the first day of classes about a week away, you're probably beginning to sort through about 18 years of stuff and pack some of it up for your first year of college. Move-in Day is right around the corner, and it's natural to have a few questions about the dorms or what to bring. What size are the beds? What kind of mini-fridge can I bring? Is it really that cold? As incoming freshman moving into a college dorm for the first time, we had those same questions too — which is why we're here to help. Check out these five tips for Move-in Day.
No Car? No Problem.
Parents often inquire about transportation options during breaks and long weekends. Ithaca College has collaborated with Cornell University and other local partners to develop a rideshare program connecting drivers with riders for commuting, shopping, rides home, and travel to special events. If your student hasn't already, ask him or her to...