It doesn’t matter whether you grew up as an only child or shared a bedroom with your siblings. Living in a small space with someone you hardly know can induce culture shock. Although many roomies bond and become fast friends, others don’t, and conflicts can arise in even the best of relationships. Here are five of the most common roommate friction points and some helpful tips on...
In these tough economic times, everyone can use a little extra cash, especially students. With spring just around the corner, deadlines are fast approaching for this year’s scholarships and grants. Here are just a few of the hundreds of scholarship opportunities at Ithaca:
The School of Health Sciences and Human Performance is offering thirty-three scholarships to...
On those long, hot summer days, throwing a Frisbee around can be a great way to enjoy the day and pass the time. But for a growing number of players all over the world, Ultimate Frisbee has become more than just a game -- it’s become their way of life.
“I will be playing Frisbee until I can’t walk anymore,” says Allison Walker ’10, a business...
On Monday, February 2, Pendleton Professional-in-Residence Steven Ginsberg moderated a panel on the television industry as part of the Media Industries course for Los Angeles program students. The panel included very successful ICLA alumni including:
Dave Rogers '92 - Director and Emmy award winning Editor of NBC's The Office
Larry Teng '99 - Director and co-executive producer of NBC's Medium
Erin O'Brien '97 - Live Producer of Dancing with the Stars
Gregg Goldin '95 - Director of development for Cartoon Network Films
Steve Kerem '95 - Segment producer for MTV and VH1 on "Bromance" and "Behind the Music" among many others.
The second annual Susan DiPace Career Transitions Series presents, "Unlock Your Career Choices." The workshop will be held Tuesday, February 10, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Clark Lounge of the Campus Center. All faculty and students are invited to attend.
This is a great opportunity for students to network with alumni panelists and ask them questions about future career...