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...
By Anne Bongermino
March is, for most students at Ithaca College, synonymous with cold weather, midterms, spring break, and internship applications. For Park Scholars, March also marks the coming of Finalist Weekend. Each year, 20 to 30 high school seniors arrive on campus for interviews, meet-and-greets, dinners, tours, and a peek into the Park Scholar...
By Lindsey Smith
Last November, I attended my first webinar to help focus and inform my future dream career, consulting large corporations on their partnerships with non-profits. Through this position, I hope to work to strengthen social responsibility campaigns. In order to build toward this...
By Kaley Belval
When you're offered an internship with NBCUniversal for the Olympics, you don't turn it down. So despite my lack of knowledge about or interest in most sports, I got ready to work for the largest international sporting event in the world....