The foods we eat and, indeed, our nutrition, are guided by our socio-cultural upbringing and surroundings.
Beginning this fall, the Integrative Core Curriculum changed the way the Office of Residential Life runs its First-Year Residential Experience program.
As I was preparing for the new school year, I heard from several Ithaca College students and alumni who traveled to Washington, D.C., to cover the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
You can’t expect to properly teach a television-radio major without professional quality equipment and studios, or outdoor adventures majors in a concrete-walled classroom by showing them slides of maple trees and animals.
When it comes to a college education, many people believe a “good one” encompasses knowledgeable professors, academic resources, professional resources and some worthwhile extracurricular activities, like sports or volunteering, which help to provide meaningful and useful skills.
Ithaca College hosted Katie Meyler, the founder of More Than Me, on April 22 for a talk that drew a rather enthusiastic audience, which filled up most of Emerson Suites.