Hello Honorites!

Alicia Swords and Jessye Cohen-Filipic will be holding honors advising hours next Monday evening, March 25 in the honors lounge.

Below is information about times and how to sign up for a slot:

Cohen-Filipic:  Students with last names A-J
Swords: Students with last names K-Z


Jessye Cohen-Filipic

5PM-8:30 PM

Sign up for a time slot here:

Or stop by, but know you may need to wait a few minutes


Alicia Swords

7PM-8:30 PM

Sign up for a time slot here:

Do you want your work published in an Honors journal? Read below for more information!

Hello Honorites!
Are you looking to get your academic or creative work published? The University of Minnesota Duluth’s Honors Program is currently accepting submissions for the 2019 issue of Aisthesis, their honors student journal.
As an interdisciplinary publication, they welcome academic work, including honors capstone projects, literature reviews, and research articles, from all fields of research. Creative writing, multimedia, as well as visual art submissions are also encouraged. The submission deadline is March 25th, 2019.
Please visit their website to view the submission guidelines, which can be found here.
If you have questions, please email

IC’s Jewish Studies Program Presents: Jewish Ghetto Photography on 3/25 @ 7:30pm in Textor 101!

Hello Honorites!

Join The Jewish Studies Program at Ithaca College as they present: Jewish Ghetto Photography. Judith Cohen, Chief Acquisitions Curator, from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will be presenting! This talk is free and open to the public!

German photographers took the best-known and vast majority of Holocaust photography, including iconic images such as “the Warsaw ghetto boy” and the selections at Auschwitz. In this talk, Judith Cohen will examine the ways in which our visualization of the Holocaust largely comes from a Nazi lens and discuss how the work of Jewish ghetto photographers can expand our vision, capturing aspects of life that were hidden from the Germans and introducing layers of ambiguity and nuance. How do photos taken by professional and amateur Jewish photographers in the ghettos differ from better-known ones taken by the Nazis? Does it matter who took the photo or just what appears in the image?

Judith Cohen is the Chief Acquisitions Curator of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. She is a graduate of Harvard University and received her MA from Brandeis. She originally came to the Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1995 to work on the exhibition “Hidden History of the Kovno Ghetto” before moving to the Photo Archives, where she served as director before becoming head of the curatorial acquisitions and the reference branch. She has curated web exhibits and written and co-authored articles on the Museum’s collection entitled:  “Memento Mori: Photographs from the Grave”; “Three Approaches to Exploring the Höcker Album”; “Jewish Ghetto Photographers”; “The Mantello Rescue Mission”, and “Roman Vishniac: A Different Kind of Holocaust Photographer”.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Rebecca Lesses or (607) 274-3556. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

CSCRE 2018-19 Discussion Series: ON NATIVE LANDS: Decolonization, Solidarity & Resurgence

Hello Honorites!


Jenni Monet (Pueblo of Laguna) presents: “VIOLENCE IN INDIAN COUNTRY” as part of the CSCRE Discussion Series. Jenni will present on March 28th @6pm in the Handwerker Gallery!

The Silent Crisis: Violence in Indian Country is rampant, starts young, and is chronically untended to. Survivors say the abuse changes them forever.  Join investigative journalist, Jenni Monet, a tribal citizen of the Pueblo of Laguna, in learning more about her findings and discoveries of a year-long investigation of cycles of violence among Native Americans in the United States. 

2019 Women Leaders Series Events (March 18th-March 24th)

Hello Honorites!


You are invited to participate in the 2019 Women Leaders Series, personal and professional development programs designed to enhance opportunities for college women student leaders. This year’s theme is The Power of Our Stories, and we are excited to offer a variety of amazing speakers and events!

The Office of Student Engagement, in collaboration with other offices and student organizations, presents the 7th annual Women Leaders Series (WLS) at Ithaca College. All WLS workshops are free and open to all current Ithaca College students – and you can receive Student Leadership Institute credit for all events!

This week’s workshops and events:

Next week’s workshops and events:

For more information about all of these events, including descriptions of each session and links to sign up for Student Leadership Institute credit, check out the Women Leaders Series website!


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact OSE at or (607) 274-3222. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Calling all volunteers for Ithacon!

Hello Honorites!


Ithacon, the second longest-running comic-con in the nation is looking for volunteers!
This event offers a great opportunity for doing community service and working with kids without leaving campus.
The event is March 23 from 10 am – 5 pm and March 24 from 11 am – 4 pm and there will be a variety of shift available throughout the day!  They will provide volunteers t-shirts and a professional certificate of appreciation.
If you are interested please sign up for any shift that may interest you. The different activities are sorted by tabs on the bottom of the sheet. If you have any question please reach out to Naomi Hanson at