The two student dance groups will share the showcase to exhibit their newest dances.
The anthropology department at Columbia University invited Professor Catherine Taylor to give her lecture, titled “Between Art and Politics: ‘Ficto-Criticism’ and Suspended Genres,” and a reading from “Apart” on Thursday.
On Oct. 30 in Muller Chapel, LeBron Rankins, Ithaca College psychologist of counseling and wellness, facilitated the first meeting of the new group, Guy Talk.
Students, faculty and local Native Americans are joining together throughout the month of November to celebrate the 13th annual Native American Heritage Month at Ithaca College.
Monday was the beginning of International Education Week, an annual event hosted by the International Club. Members of the club plan to teach students about each of their home countries and explore the different cultures.
Anne Fadiman, adjunct professor of English at Yale University, will discuss the intimate and personal relationships readers build with books in her presentation titled “Using Bacon as Bookmarks: How Readers Treat Their Books” on Nov. 13 in Emerson Suites.
Megan Roberts, associate professor of media arts, sciences and studies, and Raymond Ghirardo, professor of art, recently received an award for their media installation, “Submerged.”
Dan O’Shannon, award-winning writer and executive producer of the hit ABC sitcom “Modern Family,” will be coming to Ithaca College on Sunday to lecture as a Park Distinguished Visitor.
The Ithaca Motion Picture Project’s “31 Days of Silents,” a series of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of the first silent movie filmed in Ithaca, continues through October 31.