Students returning from study abroad sessions sometimes have trouble readjusting to college life.
Students, faculty and local Native Americans are joining together throughout the month of November to celebrate the 13th annual Native American Heritage Month at Ithaca College.
Jack Rossen, associate professor and Native American Studies coordinator for the department of anthropology, traveled to Chile to speak at a conference and Easter Island to study archeaobotany in August.
The addition of a conference center and renovations at the Holiday Inn in downtown Ithaca is expected to increase activity in the area, potentially stimulating hotel and local business.
Dean Diane Gayeski emphasized maintaining the Park School’s reputation for undergraduate education while pursuing a new master’s program during her State of the School address Tuesday afternoon in the Park Auditorium.
A new BJ’s Wholesale Club opened its doors to Ithaca’s large college student population Saturday near The Shops at Ithaca Mall and will unveil its green initiatives to cater to the city’s environmentally conscious residents.
Gossa Tsegaye, assistant professor of television-radio at Ithaca College, has completed close to 75 documentaries in his career. For his latest documentary, “Porchfest: Celebrating the Spirit of a Community Through Music,” Tsegaye worked with eight students to film the five-year-old festival Sept. 25 in which bands used downtown porches as their stages.