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Jacob Villanueva 22 will join the Los Gallos Negros of the LFA in late January to start training for the teams 2024 campaign. Villanueva will play offensive line for the team.

Former Bombers’ guard makes the jump to professional football in Mexico

By Augustine Daudu, Contributing Writer January 24, 2024
Making a career in professional football is something only 1.6% of all collegiate football players will achieve. It can be even more difficult for athletes who did not go to Division I schools, which normally offer better training resources, more exposure to scouts and recruiters and a higher level of competition.
Paul Bäumer (Felix Kammerer) and his friends face the horrors of World War I in this authentic war film from Germany.

Review: German remake of war classic is brutal and bold

By Sarah Payne, Contributing Writer November 8, 2022
The german remake of the 1930 film "All Quiet on the Western Front" brings to life the dark, traumatizing and life-changing nature of war.
“A Perfect Crime” follows the investigation of the 1991 assassination of Detlev Rohwedder, a German politician and manager of the Treuhandanstalt, the government agency established to privatize East German enterprises. The show sparks new ideas about a crime that investigators determined to be a cold case. 

Review: Netflix docuseries stirs up cold case

By Eva Salzman, Staff Writer October 6, 2020
“A Perfect Crime” follows the investigation of the 1991 assassination of Detlev Rohwedder, a German politician and manager of the Treuhandanstalt.
Junior Jaclyn Morgan helps demonstrate the new Neurotracker software used in the Sport and Exercise  Psychology Laboratory. The software will try to use attentional training to have a helpful impact on athletes.

WATCH: Exercise science software looks to aid decision making

By Lauren Murray, Senior Writer February 21, 2018
Professors in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences are looking at the impact of congnitive training on the decision making of soccer players.
At COP22 in 2016, representatives from the Women’s Earth & Climate Action Network host a side event as speakers stand together in solidarity and action. WECAN partners with the college to share seats at the annual UN Climate Conferences.

College works to promote role of women in climate change

By Maggie McAden, Staff Writer December 6, 2017
The Women's Earth and Climate Action Network is an organization that works to engage women worldwide in issues of climate change and sustainability
Taylor Graham, senior emerging media major, poses on top of a mountain in Ladakh, India where he studied abroad last Spring. Graham is one of the three Ithaca College students to receive a Fulbright Open Study/Research Award. He will be returning to India to extend his research and create a documentary.

Three Ithaca College students receive Fulbright research grants

By Danielle Lee, Contributing Writer April 10, 2016
The Fulbright Program has awarded three Ithaca College students — seniors Erika Bucior, Jaime Lisack and Taylor Graham — a Fulbright Award, a selective grant to fund international research for postgraduates.
Freshman Brooke Ent is one of a number of Ithaca College students who are paying for college on their own. Ent said she is planning on continuing her education in Germany, where higher education is tuition-free.

Ithaca College students pay for education without parents’ help

By Michael Tkaczevski, Senior Writer September 16, 2015
Sophomore Darby Carroll is one of a number of students at the college who are putting themselves through school without the help of parents.

Exploring the ins and outs of Freiburg, Germany

By Frances Johnson, Staff Writer April 22, 2015
Frances Johnson takes readers on a tour of her study-abroad destination: Freiburg, Germany.

Dad’s knack of languages missed overseas

By Frances Johnson, Staff Writer April 1, 2015
Languages get more difficult to adapt to without speech-savvy father.

Finding a home when miles abroad

By Frances Johnson, Staff Writer March 4, 2015
In Germany, cultural understanding comes with time.

Tackling the new language barrier

By Frances Johnson, Staff Writer February 11, 2015
Multiple language barriers offer many obstacles and learning opportunities.
On the first day of the 14-day trip, the students visited Allianz Arena, which is home to FC Bayern, one of Germany’s premier soccer teams, in Munich, Germany.

Students experience winter sports culture in Europe

By Miles Surrey, Senior Writer January 28, 2015
Fourteen students traveled to Germany and Austria to immerse themselves in winter sporting culture.
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