There is no one winner for the symposium. Rather, each department chooses one or multiple students to give awards to.
Staff Writer Daniel Hart spoke with Justin Henry about his new magazine, political divides in the community and his experiences as a journalist.
For the third installment of the college’s Raga workshop series, A Master Class on Sitar, Denise Nuttall and Stefan Fiol conducted a master class in traditional Hindustani, or North Indian, music and Raga theory.
Ithaca College’s 14th annual Rainbow Reception on April 15 celebrated the accomplishments of lesbian, gay, transgender, queer, asexual and allied members of the graduating class and graduate students.
Ithaca College’s all-female a cappella group Premium Blend took third place at the International Collegiate Championship of A Cappella semifinal, making them eligible to enter a Wild Card round for the chance to compete at the ICCA Finals.
“Dogfight,” Main Stage Theatre’s second production of the semester, is a musical that tells the story of Marines following their service during the Vietnam War.
Social justice advocacy from groups that seek to amplify the voices of marginalized students has forced the campus community to reconsider itself as a diverse and welcoming place.
Assistant professor Joshua Bonnetta just recently released his latest LP, “Lago,” which includes recordings from the Salton Sea in California.
The National Film Registry chooses films each year for preservation because of their historical significance to American society, and nine Ithaca College professors have written essays for some of these films.
There is a genius to his humor, his writing and his love of the cinema that is all his own. “The Hateful Eight” is an undeniable testament to an auteur’s command of his art, though it is only enjoyable for the most ardent of his fans.