Editor: Keith Davis
Writers: Dave Maley, Mike Warwick
Publisher: Office of Public Information

Volume 22, No.11   February 14, 2000



Theater Presents "Albert Herring"

Ithaca College Theatre begins the spring portion of its 1999– 2000 season with Benjamin Britten’s comic opera Albert Herring.

Kristen Ford Appointed Director of Athletics

After serving since August 1 in an interim capacity, Kristen Ford has been named director of intercollegiate athletics. She succeeds Betsy Alden, who resigned last summer following two years at Ithaca.


Cinema on the Edge Continues with Screenings

The Department of Cinema and Photography will continue its Cinema on the Edge series this spring with three film screenings. They are the public component of the department’s American Film course, which examines the sociological and historical factors that contributed to the evolution of films made in this country.

Handwerker Gallery Presents Global Video Series

A four-part exhibit of 21 video works by nearly 20 female video artists, Young and Restless, will be screened in the Handwerker Gallery from Tuesday to Friday, February 22 to 25. A different program will be shown each day beginning at 5:00 p.m.

Zillah Eisenstein to Deliver First ‘Last Lecture

Members of the Office of Multicultural Affairs asked politics professor Zillah Eisenstein what she would talk about if her next lecture were her final one. Her answer was, "Come and find out."


Changing Demographics Are Focus of OMA Conference

The demographic changes facing the United States will be the focus of the annual Leadership Conference, scheduled for Thursday and Saturday, February 24 and 26. A keynote address will be given by actor, writer, and pop-culture commentator Kevin Powell


Performance by Magdalen Hsu-Li at LGBT Conference

The Central New York LGBT Conference 2000, a three- day program of workshops, speakers, and performers aimed at promoting unity in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered community, will be held at Ithaca College from Friday to Sunday, February 18 to 20.


Calendar of Events

What's happening on the Ithaca College campus February 14–March 1



An almanac of honors and accomplishments of Ithaca College faculty, staff, and students.

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