It’s a spring day and students are out lounging in their hammocks, balancing on their tightropes and sitting on blankets or benches.
One Ithaca College professor is looking into how teachers can better serve their communities by getting to know the resources they have available.
Biehn will make this a reality through the event Believe in Love from 4 to 8 p.m. April 22 on The Commons, featuring speakers and musicians.
Ithaca Underground advertises itself as an organization that provides an inclusive environment fostering exploration of artistic style for bands.
The name of the group honors longtime Ithaca resident Dorothy Cotton, an outspoken civil rights figure who worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr.
Ithaca College held a community gathering to discuss the violent tragedies that took place in the world over the summer and to foster a sense of togetherness among the college community.
Following rallies about the racial climate on campus, Ithaca College will hold an event titled “Addressing Community Action on Racism and Cultural Bias,” which aims to list possible actions about this issue that could be undertaken immediately.
Hayes told the audience firsthand accounts of her experiences with “broken and fractured systems” — organizations like municipalities, nonprofits and developers that failed to address racial and socioeconomic problems within their respective communities. A main focus of the talk was race, and racial issues were very closely intertwined with much of Hayes’ work.