Take a fond memory, throw in a touch of learning, add a lifelong friend, meet students — and you have Ithaca’s first Alumni and Homecoming Weekend. by Keith Davis
A campus tour guide during her student days, Helen Peck Legato ’89 knew her way around IC. But the campus has changed a lot since Helen was an...
The Handwerker Gallery brings art to life through hands-on courses, interdisciplinary salons, and, yes, thought-provoking exhibitions. By Sherrie Negrea
“Every time I enter a museum, I feel my heart skip a beat because I am going to experience real live works of art,” says Cheryl Kramer, assistant professor of art history and director of the Handwerker...
Cinema and photography alumnus Alex Morrison ’02 looks beyond the camera lens. By Melanie Breault ’11
As social networking continues to change the future of communication, Alex Morrison ’02 plans to be right there with his camera.
While Morrison was working on his graduate thesis film at American University — documenting the...
Increasingly popular program gains department status. by Melanie Breault ’11
A biodiesel production facility, natural landscaping, energy audits, and sustainable food service to reduce waste — every one of those initiatives,” says Michael Smith, assistant professor of history and of environmental studies, “has been stimulated...
If you have a chance to visit campus in person or via our website in the next 18 months, you will see the Athletics and Events (A&E) Center under construction. It is the largest and most ambitious building project in Ithaca College history. Alumni and other friends of the College contributed over $50 million to make it happen.
I knew the project was big, but only as I walked...