Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

August 7, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Theater department produces staged reading of ‘Dream Acts’

By | Jan 29, 2013

“Dream Acts” is about five undocumented teenagers who live in New York City under the radar.

HiFashion Studios president and founder graduates after two years of leadership

By | Jan 24, 2013

Senior Pedro Maldonado will graduate at the end of this semester. He and four other students founded HiFashion Studios in the fall of 2010.

Students WWOOF across the world

By | Jan 24, 2013

World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms, or WWOOF, offers volunteer farmers the opportunity to learn about agriculture and managing a farm.

Music professor’s percussion duo returns from college tour

By | Jan 24, 2013

Associate professor of music Jeffery Meyer discusses his piano-percussion duo, Strike’s most recent college tour.

Daring to dance

By | Apr 18, 2012

Freshman Jarvis Lu walked down the hallway in Hood Hall. It was late at night, so he wasn’t worried about anyone seeing him in shorts. Then, he caught a glimpse of himself in the full-length mirror in the hallway. He was taken back; he had forgotten how his legs looked without clothing to cover them.

Man in the Middle

By | Apr 11, 2012

  On a Friday evening, sophomore Ben* gets ready to de-stress in a “perfect” night out with his friends. Nicki Minaj and Madonna blast in his apartment as he begins putting on his clothes. The evening, however, can’t begin without his heels. He remembers the lime green pair that he tried on as a child.…

Art of strength

By | Apr 11, 2012

The house was packed with strangers. Shy at the age of 16 and lacking in experience with alcohol, Star Daniels filled her cup with Jim Bean whiskey time and time again. When Daniels stumbled into another room, she found a mattress on the floor.


By | Apr 4, 2012

When junior Ithaca native Katarina Andersson was 12 years old, her parents told her that having a Bat Mitzvah was off the table.

In the eyes of the beholder

By | Mar 28, 2012

A basic cosmetic surgery has become so popular that one part of the world calls it routine. But most Americans have never heard its name.

In loving memory

By | Mar 21, 2012

In April of her junior year of high school, Olivia Rowe brought a plastic bag into a hallway bathroom and tied it over her head to stop her breathing. She thought she wanted to kill herself.

Collection of cultures

By | Mar 8, 2012

It can’t be seen in the carved, wooden mask depicting a squashed human face. It isn’t evident in the contemporary painting that presents a woman in a brightly colored robe with wild criss-cross brushstrokes.

He’s been there

By | Feb 29, 2012

More than 50 years after he spent a summer working security detail at the White House during the Eisenhower administration, Don Mooney now swipes the ID cards of students entering Towers Dining Hall. He hums the tune of an old favorite song and greets each patron with an exuberant “Hello, hello!”