Melendy Krantz (graduating in May with a double major in anthropology and politics) has received a Fulbright award to Bangladesh, and Amy Cohen (who graduated last May with a degree in theater arts management) has received a Fulbright award to the UK.
Fuse writers, photographers, and videographers were all over the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) this year, taking photographs, interviewing producers, talking to interns, and recording the buzz.
Check out our series of stories wrapping up the festival, and make plans to join us at FLEFF next year. It's a week-long festival you won't want to...
ITHACA, NY — Efforts by Ithaca College to raise the final funds needed to build a new athletics and events center have gotten a major boost with the receipt of a $4 million gift from Atlantic Philanthropies toward the long-planned facility.
“We had initially intended to break ground on the A&E center this spring and continue fundraising for another year,” said...
The Ithaca College gymnastics team flexed and flipped their way to an impressive finish to an already amazing season.
The team scored a total of 183.600 points at the 2009 National Collegiate Gymnastics Association competition, taking 5th place in the competition. Freshman Jessica Bolduc '12 placed 4th in the individual, all-around match. Bolduc is the first Bomber to earn...
Students who want to experience global culture right where they live on campus will soon have more opportunities to do so. Starting this fall, three new language and culture communities are coming to Ithaca College.
Joining Vecinos, the Spanish language and culture housing, is Amici, the Italian language house. Amici lets students immerse themselves in Italian culture and practice the...