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July 5, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Monastery promotes meaningful learning

By | Feb 25, 2020

In the Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies, approximately a mile from Ithaca College, Tibetan chanting echoes in a warmly lit chamber.

Q&A: Saxophonist to perform with Ithaca College Jazz Ensemble

By | Feb 24, 2020

The origins of Alexa Tarantino, a guest saxophonist at Ithaca College, as a jazz artist trace back to her hometown.

Trivia night at Kilpatrick’s encourages friendly competition

By , | Feb 20, 2020

From left, Alice Letchford and Peter Finocchiaro participate in Trivia Night With Geeks Who Drink. The trivia night happens weekly at Kilpatrick’s Publick House.

Q&A: Alum takes the stage with “The Color Purple” tour

By | Feb 19, 2020

In the national tour of “The Color Purple,” a Tony Award–winning musical, Mariah Lyttle ’19 plays Celie, the show’s protagonist.

Students jam at Towers every Thursday night

By | Feb 18, 2020

Walking through the Ithaca College Towers Marketplace, it’s not uncommon to hear the sweet sizzle of burgers and the crisp crackle of fries emerging from the kitchen.

Focused Footwork: Pulse Hip-Hop prepares for showcase

By | Feb 13, 2020

Typically, Pulse Hip Hop, an Ithaca College dance team dedicated to hip-hop dancing, performs its spring semester showcase in March.

Event to honor two iconic black female writers

By | Feb 12, 2020

Ithaca College students, professors and community members will contribute their writing and performance arts to celebrate two of the most influential black female writers in the literary canon, Toni Morrison and Audre Lorde.

Q&A: Writing professor publishes her 39th poetry collection

By | Feb 12, 2020

Katharyn Howd Machan, professor in the Ithaca College Department of Writing, has been writing poems about her relationship with her daughter since 1987, and she recently published her collection, titled “A Slow Bottle of Wine.” The collection is about Machan’s experiences with love and her daughter’s former heroin addiction. 

Female-focused story takes the local stage in play

By | Feb 6, 2020

From left, Mikaela Izquierdo as Jessie, Melissa Miller as Lina and Erica Steinhagen as Adrienne rehearse for “Cry It Out.”

Q&A: Alum nominated for Oscar with super documentary film

By | Feb 5, 2020

Sami Khan’s ’03 Oscar-nominated documentary short is titled “St. Louis Superman.” The film follows the story of a rapper and activist Bruce Franks Jr.

Center dives into the history of Tompkins County

By | Feb 5, 2020

The center focuses on the history of Tompkins County, and its goal is to connect with the history of the area.

Main stage theater prepares for spring season

By | Jan 30, 2020

A queen fighting for love. A young man finding his place in the world.