At 7:37 p.m. every Thursday, the Ithaca College cereal ministry club meets to eat cereal and discuss the Bible together.
Last semester, Ithaca College music students performed to a limited audience. Now, the Ithaca College music school hosts fully in-person recitals.
The Tompkins Center for History and Culture’s exhibit “Breaking Barriers: Women’s Lives & Livelihoods” displays Ithaca’s legacy of women’s suffrage.
As a part of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, which takes place in May, The Ithacan spoke with four AAPI alumni and a current student who work in art and communication.
From left, sophomore Tim Coene and junior Erin Smith use one of the new mental health rooms they helped to create in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.
Junior Harris Andersen, a piano performance major, plays the piano March 20 in Hockett Family Recital Hall for his junior recital. In-person concerts have returned to the School of Music.