Stand-up comic Mike Birbiglia will bring his “Stand-Up & Vote” tour to Ithaca College’s Athletics & Events Center for an evening of comedy and voter registration on Friday, September 7, at 7:30 p.m. Special guest performers include Emmy Blotnick, Nick Griffin, Jo Firestone and Seaton Smith. All net proceeds from the show will go to HeadCount, Rock The Vote and Vote.org, three nonprofit, nonpartisan organizations that register voters and encourage voter turnout.
Tickets can be purchased online at iceventstickets.universitytickets.com.
Tickets for Ithaca College students, faculty and staff are $15.
Tickets for the general public are $25.
All seats are reserved, and the performance will be shown live on a large screen to ensure all audience members can view it.
Proceeds from comedian Mike Birbiglia’s show will go to voter-registration efforts.
We hope you will come out and enjoy this show.
This trip will occur rain or shine.
During the day, you will enjoy some thrill rides such as the Tantrum, Mind Eraser and the Viper.
Once night falls, the park transforms into a scream park featuring: Zombies around every corner, scare zones, haunted mazes and Laser Spooktacular!
Tickets for this trip will be going on sale in PRW 072 on
- Wednesday September 12th – 10 – 4 pm
- Thursday September 13th – 10-4 pm
Tickets will be $35 each.
We accept payments of cash or check ONLY. Please bring exact change if you are paying with cash!
Tickets are first come first served!
No refunds will be issued for this trip.
I hope you can come and experience the Thrills by Day and Fright by Night!
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NEW COURSE! The Environment and The Media
Dr. Patricia R Zimmermann
Screen Studies and Codirector of the Finger Lake Environmental Film Festival
HNRS 20056 01
Tuesday 4-7 p..m
This new course is a discussion-led seminar that immerses students in film, video, and new media about the environment through screenings and readings. It is now open to all Ithaca College students across all schools and majors beyond the Honors program.
The Environment and The Media probes the intersections between the environment, defined as the dynamic interrelationship between nature, people, and the built environment, and the media, mapped here as ranging from analog film and video to new media art.
The course investigates how artists and mediamakers not only engage and interrogate environmental struggles, but also how these works in fact reconfigure how we think about and enter into the environment as participants.
The course employs contemporary environmental thinking that moves beyond ecologies based in solely in the natural world to consider the role of disasters, conflicts, catastrophes, extraction, war, gentrification, development, global climate change, race, gender, refugees, migrants, animals, race, gender, and nation.
It pairs these topics with film, video, and new media art that does more than simply represent or advocate a position but instead unpacks and offers ways to think through the environment differently, as a constantly changing ecology. The course is international in scope.
The course serves as a gateway course for students who may want to serve as blogging interns for the 2019 Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival with the theme of DISRUPTIONS.
The course is open to all students in any major on campus. Overrides are available for students not currently enrolled in the honors program in order to expand access to the course and to FLEFF.
For further information, contact Dr. Patricia Zimmermann at email@example.com