By Jackson Eagan
On April 10, Ithaca College held its 17th annual James J. Whalen Academic Symposium. This event featured more than 200 oral and visual presentations about the research work that students have completed over the past year.
Alexa Salvato (a class of 2017 journalism major from North Salem, NY) spoke with Peter Quandt (a class of 2015 documentary studies and production major from Schoharie, NY) about his experiences in the Park Scholar Program.
Alexa Salvato: You’ve given back to the Ithaca community in many ways in your three years here. What have been some...
By Jessica Corbett '15
Perched on an office desk in Phoenix, Arizona, is a photo of a little girl posing with Mickey Mouse. On the framed photograph is a Post-it note: “This is why I am here.”
Park Scholar alumna Mykal Urbina ’11 interned at the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s national headquarters in the summer of 2009 after her sophomore year of...
By Zach Briggs
Ithaca College’s fifth annual Concert for a Cure was held in Emerson Suites on April 11. The success of the benefit event continues to improve each year: There were more than 80 concert attendees and more than $1,200 was raised to help support the American Cancer Society and its fight against cancer.
As event coordinator, I believe the Concert...
By Keith Johnson
For the second year in a row, Relay for Life has been my longest day of the year. It consists of an alarm set for 6 a.m., followed by a coffee run, six hours of hanging lights and running cables, 12 hours of not-so-labor-filled-labor, four hours of deconstruction, concluding with a much-needed trip back to the apartment for sleep. Twenty-four hours, and...