Senior Laurel Chase said technology made her long-distance relationship easier to handle, as it positively impacted her and her partner.
“Natural hair is intimidating to them — it signifies pride,” she said. “It puts them off because it shows how we have found beauty within ourselves.”
A popular trend in the video game world, speedrunning aims to finish a video game as fast as possible, sometimes with certain rules and restrictions.
The Ithaca College Library has added another service to its list by offering free passes to the Cayuga Nature Center and the Museum of the Earth.
Originally penned as a novella in 18th-century France, “Candide” has stood the test of time again and again. Now, the theatrical version will be performed in Ithaca with Ithaca College students, alumni and staff at center stage.
Informusic, a mobile app created by Schweppe and his team, launched in April 2016 on the Apple App Store, marketed as “the all-in-one music history resource” for devices. The app offers a timeline of 19th century Western classical music, music scores with audio files attached and biographies on all featured musicians.
Ithaca College sophomores Ji-Hye Lee and Eva Garcia Ferres discuss stories of their immigration to the U.S. and roads to international citizenship.
Ithaca College’s Women in Computing brings together women in the computing field, and several of its members won awards at the Rochester Institute of Technology WiCHacks hackathon event.
The National Film Registry chooses films each year for preservation because of their historical significance to American society, and nine Ithaca College professors have written essays for some of these films.
Ithaca College lecturer Jennifer Herzog will be leaving the Civic Ensemble to become the new associate artistic director for The Cherry Arts.