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Ithaca College in Antigua

Contributed by Laurie Wasik on 01/13/06 

You can study in the Caribbean on the island of Antigua during Spring Break (March 4-11) or May Term (May 15-26). The College continues this successful program with the following courses:

Spring Break:
Documenting Ecosystems through Narrative Writing—Professors John Confer and Catherine Penner

Improvisation for the Professional Musician—Professor John White and Antiguan guest artist Roland Prince

Applications due in Office of International Programs: February 1. Applications are available at

May Term:
Reading Antigua: An Interdisciplinary Exploration through Culture, History, Literature, Music and Visual Art—Ithaca College faculty and Antigua professionals

Caribbean Steel Drum and Classical Percussion Symposium—Professor Conrad Alexander

Ithaca College and Antigua National Youth Orchestra Collaboration—Professor Paige Morgan

Choral Conducting and Rehearsal Techniques for Music Educators and Church Musicians—Professor Janet Galván

Applications due in Office of International Programs: February 24. Applications are available at

All courses are for one credit.

For course information, contact the professor. For general information, contact Garry Brodhead, associate provost, X4-3837 or

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Ithaca College in Antigua Comment from akrasno1 on 01/18/06
I just went to Antigua for the winter session and it was fantastic. I suggest checking it out. The native Antiguans are great, they have beautiful beaches, and a lot of history. I took Documenting Ecosystems through Photography- we worked hard, but it was enjoyable work and we got a lot of down time. I'm sure students in the program will talk for hours about it with anyone who is interested and show beautiful artistic photos.