By Keith Johnson, '14
There aren’t many events on Ithaca’s campus that require as much preparation and coordination as Ithaca College’s annual Relay for Life. Put on by Ithaca’s Colleges Against Cancer (CAC), this year’s Relay was held in the newly christened Athletics and Events Center on March 23rd, from 4pm-4am. With performances from over 12...
By Steven Brasley, '14
Several Park Scholars will be participating in an exciting new service project from March 28-31. Collaborating with journalism Professor James Rada, these 13 students will be traveling to Washington, D.C., to help film a documentary on the March on Washington.
The students will be interviewing people who took part in the historic August 1963 March on...
By Lillie Fleshler, '13
I never knew my great-aunt Helen. She died before I was born. I always knew I had a relative who had been involved in the film world, but never really understood to what extent. I only began to learn more about her when I became a film student. Her past somehow validated my present, and provided me with the boost of confidence I needed to take on new and...
By Erica Moriarty, '16
On Sunday night, student performers pulsed the walls of Emerson Suites as the 4th Annual Concert for a Cure’s main event took place.
Each year, the concert raises funds for organizations supporting cancer research. A group of Park Scholars work together to plan the benefit concert, bringing together students, faculty and community members annually...
By Lauren Mateer, '13
The Park Scholars met Saturday to discuss Evgeny Morozov’s “The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom.” The book focuses on the role of the Internet in activism and social justice, and the restrictions in challenges that come with this role in terms of government interference and access.
“The Net Delusion” served as...