To: All Participants
From: Patricia Rodriguez
Human rights and U.S. militarization of drug policy in Latin America
TUE April 21, 4pm @ Friends 302
U.S. military programs and the drug war in Colombia, Central America and Mexico have long been destabilizing “push factors” for emigration to the United States. Now, militarization is an explicit...
The Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) is accepting applications for undergraduate and graduate student internships for the 2015-16 academic year.
Candidates will ideally have an academic focus related to U.S.-Latin American relations, experience with related issues or with the human rights framework. Working knowledge of Spanish and/or Portuguese is...
I’ve been living in India for about 55 days, and my feet have been incredibly dirty for roughly 45 of those days. In the beginning, I made it a point to wash them often so the creases of my toes were void of any dust or grime. Now, it seems the layers of dirt are adding up as my wandering among side streets increases and weekend walks around forts become more frequent. I’m...
The director of the Ithaca College London Center has announced his plans to retire after 18 years in the position and a total of 40 years with the college.
Bill Sheasgreen visited the South Hill campus with his wife the week of March 16–20 to provide assistance in the summer and fall program orientations. The college hosted two coffee talk receptions for Sheasgreen on March 20,...
Ithaca College’s athletic training program can now provide its students with an opportunity to study abroad, which has been virtually unheard of in recent years.
Juniors Tara Condon and Miriam Rosenthal will attend the Institute of Technology Carlow in Ireland Fall 2015 for the college’s newest athletic training exchange program.
The program was created by Paul...