World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms, or WWOOF, offers volunteer farmers the opportunity to learn about agriculture and managing a farm.
Megan Roberts, associate professor of media arts, sciences and studies, and Raymond Ghirardo, professor of art, recently received an award for their media installation, “Submerged.”
The Cornell Historical Society will weigh past vs. present in a discussion panel about renovations to Sage Hall, the first women’s dormitory at Cornell University, which is now home to the Johnson Graduate School of Management, this Saturday.
While Romeo and Juliet may have wanted nothing more than to be together in harmony, some of William Shakespeare’s other literary duos inspired students at Cornell University to wage a red-hot battle of the sexes on stage Friday night.
Vibrating with the hums of mandolin, fiddle and guitar, blues artist Andy Cohen awakens a nostalgic longing as he plays. Cohen invokes the spirit of folk and Dixieland jazz by appropriating melodies of artists like Muddy Waters, Etta Baker and Reverend Gary Davis. Fascinated by older instruments, he sees a sensibility in this genre that…
The sometimes unheard voices of the LGBT community will reverberate off the halls of the Schwartz Performing Arts Center this weekend as academics, artists and activists gather at Cornell University.
Despite a demanding curriculum that calls for students to learn multiple instruments and prepare for in-the-moment performances, Ithaca College music students have found a new way to earn credit — staying silent.
Rebecca Lesses, associate professor of Jewish Studies at Ithaca College, is digging into the roots of the New Testament to shine a modern light on some of Christianity’s best-known biblical figures.
Memories, metaphors and ghost-brides swirl within the ink of “Almost Everything Takes Forever,” a compilation of poetry written by Kirsten Wasson, assistant professor of English. Wasson, who teaches multicultural American Literature at Ithaca College, is a widely published poet. She also writes nonfiction that has appeared in Ascent Magazine and The Ithaca Times. Resembling the…
From writing a story about fishing to photographing an imaginary conversation between a Bible and a Torah, Ithaca College alumni and students are coming together to share writing and photography that not only proves a picture is worth 1,000 words, but also that 1,000 words is worth a picture.