Writer and director Bryan Doerries concedes that reading ancient Greek tragedies like Sophocles’ “Antigone” can be boring for some, but what if these plays could be used to address important societal issues like mental health and addiction?
Quickly jotting down bits of insight in his leather-bound notebook, Train Schickele ’18 sat face-to-face with esteemed author Abigail Thomas. He was speaking to her about his own writing, and receiving her genuine feedback and advice.
His experience was part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers Series’ Visiting...
The U.S. Embassy in Pakistan awarded Ithaca College Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Kathleen Mulligan a grant to create a play exploring the effects of violence on public spaces, tentatively entitled “On Common Ground.”
The $327,000 grant was given to Mulligan and her husband, actor and director David Studwell, along...
When a NASA mission to the asteroid Bennu launches this month, Ithaca College Professor Beth Ellen Clark will be in charge of experiments that could reveal whether the roughly 500-meter-wide celestial body will collide with Earth in the next century.
Clark is the mission asteroid scientist...
On Tuesday, August 16, the School of Humanities and Sciences held its annual Faculty Forum in the Emerson Suites of Campus Center. The event was attended by nearly 150 H&S faculty members, and included traditional introductions for new faculty, followed by a review of the...