One hundred years ago, women in New York State won the right to vote. Five Ithaca College students recently saved the centennial celebration of that historic event in the town of Lisle, where the first women in the state voted.
Former Lisle Free Library historian Carol Gorham had planned to create informational materials for the commemoration, but unexpectedly passed away over the...
Arts activist Carol Zou will present “Cultural Organizing at the Intersections: The Role of Media and Visual Culture in Building a Movement” at Ithaca College on Thursday, Nov. 16. Her 6 p.m. presentation in Klingenstein Lounge, Campus Center, is free and open to the public.
Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado recently participated in an event centered around two pressing issues in higher education today: inclusion and free expression.
Sponsored by the American Council on Education, the invitation-only meeting took place on Oct. 25 at Boston...
Ithaca College celebrated its 125th anniversary last weekend by hosting one of the largest events in the college's history. More than 50 individual events made up the Weekend on South Hill, which drew more than 4,000 guests to campus for three days of revelry.
The weekend instilled IC pride in every attendee, young and young-at-heart. “I’m a third generation Bomber,...
Before an arena packed with thousands of students, faculty, staff, alumni and distinguished guests from across the country, Shirley M. Collado was inaugurated as the ninth president in Ithaca College’s 125-year history on Saturday, Nov. 4.
Collado is the second woman to hold the office, and the first person of color. She is also...