Sally Neal, director of Ithaca College’s new Academic Advising Center discusses the new center and possible upcoming projects.
As I was preparing for the new school year, I heard from several Ithaca College students and alumni who traveled to Washington, D.C., to cover the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
You can’t expect to properly teach a television-radio major without professional quality equipment and studios, or outdoor adventures majors in a concrete-walled classroom by showing them slides of maple trees and animals.
Three years ago, Kathleen Mulligan, associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts, founded “Wheels for Women,” a project that benefits victims of domestic violence living in the Sakhi Shelter of Kerala, India.
Discussions of the ‘‘living wage’’ and the 99 percent were part of the dialogue Monday as almost 400 community members gathered together at the free picnic to support and celebrate the Tompkins County Workers’ Center and Labor Day.