The college is no stranger to political unrest, especially in matters regarding race. In some ways, the current POC at IC movement is echoing past upheavals, particularly protests in 1969.
Many of those closest to her sum her up in one way: Shannon was a sunflower. It was fitting, then, that sunflowers sat behind the podium during her candlelight vigil on Nov. 12 in Ithaca College’s Muller Chapel, and also dotted the service at her funeral Nov. 17 in Park Ridge, New Jersey.
“She Kills Monsters,” written by Qui Nguyen, is an adventure-comedy presented by IC Theatre in the Dillingham Center’s Studio 2.
Though not as booze-soaked as many, a 21st birthday in Morocco is certainly memorable.
Camel rides into the desert conclude with incredible beauty.
Before her trip to Morocco, Evin Billington squashes some common misconceptions.
Students are breaking into the culinary world in Ithaca’s new bistro, Coltivare.
“Back from the Dead 2,” the latest mixtape from Chicago street rapper Chief Keef, is evidence that Keef has lost none of his talent after being dropped from Interscope Records.
Lackluster vocals turn “Poison Everything” into an abrasive musical experience.
This spring, Chris Holmes, assistant professor of English, will travel to England to guest-direct a graduate seminar and give a lecture at Queen Mary College in the University of London about postcolonial literature and the Nobel prize–winning author J.M. Coetzee.