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Permaculture and organic gardens plant seed of sustainability at IC

By | Aug 31, 2015

Permaculture gardens mimic the natural ecosystem of an area.


Ithaca College’s comedy clubs unite for professional success

By | Aug 26, 2015

A strong community of collegiate comedians has developed at Ithaca College.


Q&A: Professor learns about sustainable living in Iceland

By | Aug 25, 2015

“This is a place where people are extremely conscious that they have to put back what they take away from the environment, and they’ve learned to do that.”


Art department hires full-time professor for new graphic design minor

By | Aug 25, 2015

The art department will see a fusion of art, strategic communication and computer science in the new graphic design minor.


Creative Space Gallery showcases students’ summer art

By | Aug 25, 2015

The Ithaca College art department’s first off-campus gallery, which opened its doors last spring, now presents its second installment, “Mutations.”


Ithaca’s comedy community comes to NYC

By | Jul 6, 2015

IC’s comedians take the stage at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City.


En Garde

By | Apr 29, 2015

Adam Crown, M.A. ’91, in all his frustration, is walking a cup of tea to the table.


Holi festival rings in spring with colorful celebration

By | Apr 29, 2015

The South Asian Students Society at the college, with some assistance from IC International Club, sponsored the college’s first Holi festival April 25.


Ithaca students and alumni awarded with College Emmys

By | Apr 29, 2015

Two documentaries produced by students from the college were awarded with College Emmys at the College Television Awards on April 23.


Pippi to Ripley Festival to celebrate nerd culture

By | Apr 29, 2015

The third biennial Pippi to Ripley festival will merge science fiction, fantasy, popular culture and feminism, encompassing many facets of nerd culture.


Controversial police interactions explored in new play

By | Apr 29, 2015

Ithaca College students and faculty have come together with citizens from the city of Ithaca to take controversial discussions about police-community interactions and convert them into a play.


Q&A: Professor explores emotions of race relations in new book

By | Apr 29, 2015

Staff Writer Kalia Kornegay spoke with Ioanide about her writing process, how emotions play a role in racism and what changes need to happen in order to create a more equal world.