By Jaclyn Cheri
For the past five years, the Ithaca College Park Scholars have hosted Concert for a Cure, an event to support the American Cancer Society and its fight against cancer. This year, the Scholars decided to take a new direction with this community service project. A title change from “Concert for a Cure” to “Concert for a Community”...
By Alexa Salvato
“Writopia Lab is a not-for-profit organization that fosters joy, literacy, and critical thinking in children and teens from all backgrounds through creative writing.”
When I came across this description of Writopia Lab my senior year of high school, I could not think of a mission statement that I identified with more. Joy?...
By Emily Masters
Ironically, it was the very first newsroom I ever walked into.
I was in the 11th grade, headed upstairs to a conference room for a workshop for high school students. Traffic had been bad,...
By Jen Segal
The Park Scholars, joined by members of the Park Foundation, professors and administrators of the Roy H. Park School of Communications, gathered April 24 for the annual Spring Colloquium.
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.