As a professional composer, Sarah Hennies’ life and house revolve around music.
In the Watters Theater at Binghamton University, Premium Blend, the only all-women a cappella group at Ithaca College, huddled close, hoping to hear its name called as a finalist at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA).
In Press Bay Alley, passersby can purchase beer, homemade hand pies and scoops of ice cream on the grounds of the former printing and distribution space of the Ithaca Journal.
Every month at Buffalo Street Books, children crowd the floors as they await drag queens decked out in eccentric outfits and dazzling makeup to read them books.
“… I do think I’m good at what I do, but also I’m a student-athlete as well, and working at Chatty Cathy wasn’t the biggest aspiration of mine, but I definitely have fun with it.”
From pizzerias to Moroccan concepts, Hicham Oulida, Towers Marketplace retail manager at Ithaca College, has owned six restaurants — five of which were in Ithaca — over the past decade.
Ithaca College is known for its respected Department of Theatre Arts, and the students who participate in its shows are known to be extremely dedicated to their craft.
“DROWN” is an electronic dance music (EDM) track with 168,358 plays on Spotify — a statement number for Ivy., the stage name of Ithaca College junior Graham Johnson.