The Ithaca College Office of Civic Engagement is currently “on hold” pending the selection of a new executive director.
Just months after winning second place in Ithaca College’s annual Business Plan Competition, Aryeh Hoppenstein ’16 is producing and starring alongside Hollywood actors and his family in an upcoming short film.
These “survivor speak-outs” were the focus of Ithaca’s 37th annual Take Back the Night, an event held at 7 p.m. April 29 to raise awareness about sexual assault and to support and honor survivors.
Incidents of drug use, alcohol consumption and injuries at locations along Six Mile Creek have prompted the City of Ithaca to implement a new plan to crack down on illegal swimmers. However, some Ithaca College students question the impact the plan will have.
Malaika Apparel Co., a business created by Ithaca College senior Rita Bunatal, won the grand prize of $20,000 and the audience choice award of $500 at the third annual Business Plan Competition.
Many first-generation college students deal with roadblocks during their college career, but their struggles are often overlooked, according to panelists who discussed their experiences at the First-Generation Faculty and Student Discussion Panel at noon March 31.
Students at Ithaca College and nationwide say they face problems falling asleep and getting enough sleep. Coupled with recent studies on the issue, researchers are saying this could be due to the use of cellphones before bed, and companies like Apple are trying to find ways to change this.
Derald Wing Sue presented on the topic of microaggressions and their occurrence in higher education as the keynote speaker at the college’s seventh annual Engaging Communities Luncheon March 8.
Relaxed chatter and laughter filled the Textor 103 lecture hall as approximately 20 students gathered to participate in an hour-long game of Black History Jeopardy on Feb. 11.