“Downton Abbey” captivated audiences after its premiere in the U.S.
History has the potential to be highly interactive and relatable given the right circumstances — Renaissance fairs are one way to bring history to life.
An 18th-century British periodical that disguised political commentary through an innocuous narrator — a bird — inspired a paper by Ithaca College junior Eliana Berger that illustrated how oppressed voices of the time spoke out.
While most Ithaca College athletes hail from the United States, there’s always a few who come from another country. Three freshman share their journey
When I chose to study abroad in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo, I knew that I was stepping into postconflict societies, with wounds still open.
“We turned on the news, watched it for probably like three or four hours, saw that there were about a hundred or so people who were killed at the concert hall, and then they closed the border, so we didn’t know what the heck we were going to do,” Greenfield said.
In London, one of the most-loved and most-used London Guidebooks is called the London A-Z. You can find this book in any convenience store, street vendor, Waterstone, and on any shelf in ICLC. My personal semester-long project was to create my own London A-Z, featuring all of my favorite/most memorable London places and spaces!
This spring, Chris Holmes, assistant professor of English, will travel to England to guest-direct a graduate seminar and give a lecture at Queen Mary College in the University of London about postcolonial literature and the Nobel prize–winning author J.M. Coetzee.
October is National Co-op Month, and Ithaca has more than 80 years of cooperative history to motivate the community to continue expanding its co-op landscape.