The Banned Books Week read-out took place from 6 to 7 p.m. Sept 24 in the Handwerker Gallery. Attendees read books that have been banned.
“It’s become not only a part of the social and academic parts of the community but woven into the curricular parts of the community as well,” Maurer said
Curated by senior x senn-yuen rance, “Who is Me?” features students and alumni of the college and is on display at the Tompkins County Public Library.
Based on the true story of a transgender child, Jessica Herthel’s book is the first children’s picture book to tell a biography of a transgender child.
Discrimination against elderly members of the LGBTQ community may include shunning them, neglecting their care or attempting to convert them.
“Dark Passage” includes two bodies of work created by local artists: “Dissolve” and “The More That is Taken Away.” It will be open until Dec. 11.
College announces new director of Office of Civic Engagement
After a nationwide search, Ithaca College has appointed David Harker as the new director of the Office of Civic Engagement.
“She understands not only the value of service to community members,” he said, “but Anna also understands how service is integral to a student’s learning process.”
The Handwerker Gallery’s first exhibit of the 2016–17 academic year, “Sun Flare,” which opened Aug. 31 and will remain open until Oct. 12.