Two Ithaca College faculty members will give an interactive presentation on “ratchetness” and self-proclaimed hoes turned hip-hop artists on Wednesday, Oct. 25. Free and open to the public, “Let the Hoes Speak: Cardi B & CupcakKe, Rethinking Intersectionality Through Ratchetness” will be held at 6 p.m. in Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center.
Nicholas Muellner, professor of media arts, sciences and studies at Ithaca College, integrated his writing with his photography to get short-listed for photobook of the year at the prestigious Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards.
Since receiving the results of the recent Campus Climate Survey in April of 2017, college leadership has identified four key areas of improvement distilled from those results.
Those four areas are:
- Fostering a deeper, more meaningful sense of belonging among students
- Improving career opportunities for staff
- Providing richer mentoring for...
If the makers of “Battle of the Sexes” — the new movie about tennis champion Billie Jean King’s historic defeat of Bobby Riggs — wanted to better portray King’s complex relationship with her own sexuality, they should have hired a LGBTQ writer. So says Ithaca College Associate Professor Stephen...
Think growing older means that everything goes downhill? Think again—author and anti-ageism activist Ashton Applewhite can tell you that older people are some of the happiest, most independent people in the country.
Applewhite will discuss how ageism warps...