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July 16, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Q&A: Professor publishes book about eating disorders

By | Dec 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?

By | Sep 25, 2018

It got me thinking about heart anatomy and what it means to say that your heart skipped a beat.

Commentary: Renewable energy marches onward

By | Mar 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

By | Apr 26, 2017

Attempting to politicize science by saying one political ideology has a monopoly on it, however, goes too far.

Review: HBO original film lacks artistic purpose

By | Apr 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.

Easing up on our emotions

By | Apr 19, 2017

The extent to which one can navigate a mixture of emotions and rebound from stressful situations is a useful predictor of health outcomes.

Q&A: Nick Sagan pushes beyond his father’s legacy

By | Apr 12, 2017

Everyone looks to find their own path — but you’re also the product of where you come from.

Environmental journal Alluvian plants its roots on IC campus

By | Nov 9, 2016

Alluvian, which is published each season, is Ithaca College’s only online student-run environmental journal.

Q&A: Ithaca College biology students research gene mutations

By | Oct 5, 2016

C. elegans, a specific type of roundworm, have been the subject of careful study for sophomore Leah Larsen and junior Jacqueline Alexander.

Ithaca College students monitor return of black bears

By | Apr 14, 2016

Menges and Miller are animal trackers. They said tracking is more than just following animal footprints through the woods — it is about being aware of their surroundings, and the body language and signals from nearby animals, including other people.

Commentary: Humanities are essential to student success

By | Apr 13, 2016

For most of the history of higher education, the humanities were the foundation of a college degree, not a marginal element squeezed in—or worse, “gotten out of the way,” to use the all too common parlance about ICC courses on campus.

Ithaca College professor uses levitation to connect to students

By | Oct 28, 2015

In honor of the movie, Sullivan and several of his students showed off levitating models of Marty on a hoverboard and of a jet-fueled DeLorean during an outreach event to a physics lab with three reporters, several students and a handful of photographers.