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The Exploratory Program offers the Business Pathways; the Humanities, Art and Social Sciences Pathways; the Park (Communications) Pathways; the Pre-health Professions Program and the Science, Math and Computing Pathways. 

Exploratory Program requires new students to pick concentrations

By Maddy Vogel, Contributing Writer April 5, 2023
Incoming students who join the Exploratory Program will have to choose a school concentration so they can explore programs within a known interest.
English nurse Lib Wright (Florence Pugh) is hired to observe a little girl that has not eaten for four months in Sebastián Lelios newest film, The Wonder.

Review: Period drama leaves viewers in a state of wonder

By Sydney Brumfield, Senior Writer December 7, 2022
"The Wonder" tells a beautiful story about overcoming trauma, loss and grief, thriving on the use of nuances and subtleties throughout.

Climate Justice Protestors Call for Action

By Mack Rovenolt, Mack Rovenolt March 30, 2022

Deborah King, Ithaca College professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Athletic, training talks about the physics of ice skating with Jonathan Van Ness.

Physics professor meets with ‘Queer Eye’ star Jonathan Van Ness

By Emma Kersting February 5, 2022
Physics professor Deborah King recently met with 'Queer Eye' star Jonathan Van Ness on his podcast “Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness.”
From left, juniors Paige Ramkissoon, president of IC Women in STEM, and Beth Ryan, vice president, work in a Center for Natural Sciences lab April 26. The recently founded IC Women in STEM club aims to highlight women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, as well as raise awareness about forms of discrimination, like sexism, that women face in STEM fields

New club highlights women in STEM fields

By Alex Hartzog, Staff Writer April 28, 2021
The recently founded IC Women in STEM club aims to highlight women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Freshman Greta Unetich poses with her book, Look Both Ways.

IC freshman self-publishes poetry book

By Anna De Luca, Staff Writer February 12, 2020
Ithaca College freshman Greta Unetich self-published a book of her own poems.
Free Mauna Kea

Free Mauna Kea

By John Turner October 9, 2019
For centuries, native and indigenous communities have been rendered invisible at the hands of white “explorers” and colonizers.
Cris Haltom, a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Ithaca College, talks about her new book about eating disorders.

Q&A: Professor publishes book about eating disorders

By Cody Taylor, Staff Writer December 12, 2018
Cris Haltom, a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Ithaca College, has published a book about eating disorders.
Can your heart skip a beat?

Can your heart skip a beat?

By Miranda Ella, Staff Writer September 25, 2018
It got me thinking about heart anatomy and what it means to say that your heart skipped a beat.
Ithaca residents gathered on Earth Day last year to support science and ideas like clean energy. Peter Bardaglio writes that clean energy is still on the rise, even during the Trump administration.

Commentary: Renewable energy marches onward

By Peter Bardaglio March 21, 2018
But then Trump wouldn’t be Trump — that’s the unfortunate reality. In the meantime, however, the renewables march forges ahead.
Science cannot be partisan

Science cannot be partisan

By Kyle Stewart April 26, 2017
Attempting to politicize science by saying one political ideology has a monopoly on it, however, goes too far.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is an adaptation of the 2010 nonfiction bestseller by Rebecca Skloots. The film follows Rebecca (Rose Byrne) as she uncovers the truth about one of the most important medical events of the 20th century.

Review: HBO original film lacks artistic purpose

By Jake Leary, Assistant Life and Culture Editor April 26, 2017
It isn’t the job of art to answer questions, but to ask them — “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” does the bare minimum.
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