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September 23, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Life & Culture

Pump up the jam: Students attend second annual Circle Jam

Students tie-dye T-shirts at Circles Jam. Tie-dye was one of the free activities including bouncy houses, food, and music by local bands. 

SAM FULLER/ THE ITHACAN Freshman Thomas Brody plays the bass as part of the student band Butter during 
Circle Jam, which featured performances from a number of student music groups. 
SAM FULLER/ THE ITHACAN Sophomore Ravi Lesser performs with his band, Butter, at Circles Jam. 
SAM FULLER/ THE ITHACAN From left, juniors Alexander Miller and Daniel Wenger and senior Zachary Forlenza-Bailey play at Circle Jam. 
SAM FULLER/ THE ITHACAN From left, sophomore David Vinder and junior Kevin Thompson perform with their student band, Scopes Monkey Trial, during Ithaca College’s second annual Circle Jam. The event was held April 16 at Ithaca College Circle Apartments. The sunny weather brought out many students who enjoyed the local bands and other entertainment. SAM FULLER/ THE ITHACAN Students enjoying live performances by local bands including Scopes Monkey Trial, Butter, and Maple Hill. 
FERNANDO FERRAZ/ THE ITHACAN Students tie-dye T-shirts outside the Circle Apartments during Circle Jam. 
FERNANDO FERRAZ/ THE ITHACAN
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From left, sophomore David Vinder and junior Kevin Thompson perform with their student band, Scopes Monkey Trial, during Ithaca College’s second annual Circle Jam. The event was held April 16 at Ithaca College Circle Apartments. The sunny weather brought out many students who enjoyed the local bands and other entertainment. SAM FULLER/ THE ITHACAN

Ithaca College students enjoyed the warm weather April 16 as they celebrated the second annual Circle Jam at the Ithaca College Circle Apartments. The outdoor event featured live entertainment from local bands as well as free activities such as an inflatable obstacle course and tie-dying T-shirts.