Pajama Jam TONIGHT at Terrace Dining Hall at 8pm!

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Come to the Pajama Jam and enjoy this FREE Late Night event! (This event is open to all, no meal plan required to attend.) So, grab your friends and come rockin’ your favorite PJs!

Terrace Dining Hall, Monday, May 7th, 8pm – Midnight.

Share your fun pictures and finals fun with #ICLateNightBreakfast

You can expect a special menu suited just for Jammers including:

  • Totchos
  • Ice Cream Floats
  • Herbal Tea bar
  • Parfait bar
  • Waffles

Entertainment will include:

  • A DJ spins the jams from 8pm-10pm,
  • Karaoke from 10-midnight
  • Photo booth
  • Board Games
  • Rock ‘Em, Sock ‘Em Robots
  • Coloring

Your Special Guest Servers for the evening include:

Chris Biehn, VP, College Relations and Advancement  (10-midnight)

Brad Buchanan, Associate Director, Recreational Sports (8-10pm)

Sybil Conrad, Director, Campus Center (9-10pm)

Melissa Daly, Chief of Staff (9-10pm)

Brian Dickens, VP, Human Resources (10-midnight)

Nicole Eversley Bradwell, Director, Admission (9-10pm)

Sean Eversley Bradwell, Programs and Outreach (9-10pm)

Rosanna Ferro, VP, Student Affairs and Campus Life (8-midnight)

Doreen Hettich-Atkins, Director of Strategic Planning and Administration (8pm-midnight)

Mary Holland-Bavis, Assistant Director, OSEMA (8-9pm)

Bill Kerry, Director, Public Safety and Emergency Management (8-9pm)

Linda Petrosino, Provost and VP, Educational Affairs (9-10pm)

Lynne Pierce, Associate Director, Volunteer Programs (10pm-midnight)

Nancy Pringle, Executive Vice President and General Counsel (9-10pm)

Bonnie Prunty, Director, Residential Life and Judicial Affairs (8-9pm)

Roger Richardson, Associate VP, Student Affairs and Campus Life (8-9pm)

Ron Trunzo, Associate Director, Residential Life (10pm-midnight)

Gerard Turbide, VP, Enrollment Management (8-9pm)

Karen Walls, Assistant to the VP for Student Affairs and Campus Life (8pm-midnight)

Janet Williams, Interim VP, Finance and Administration (8-9pm)

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Doreen Hettich-Atkins at or (607) 274-3374. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

Explore Ithaca beyond the textbook!

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Reading the Wild Stories of South Hill  CRN# 23725 -HNRS 23033     T   2:35 – 5:15 pm

Take a break from your busy schedule to spend a few hours outside each week enjoying some of the best weather Ithaca has to offer and discovering the natural wonders of our area. You’ll learn skills that you’ll carry with you for the rest of your life.

You’ve seen the deer—but did you know that our wild neighbors include bobcats, foxes, beaver, river otters, mink, and more?

In this class, we take a hands-on, experiential approach to learning to interpret the animal tracks and signs in our local woods, creeks, and wetlands. Yes, you can track—this class will show you how! Here is what some of this year’s students are saying about the class:

“Take a class that is different than lectures and PowerPoint slides and tests. There is no cooler way to get 1 credit hour than to walk around forests and streams and think about animals. I’ve learned so much cool stuff about animal behavior, animal anatomy, and how wildlife and humans interact.”

“This class helped me feel connected to the nature around me! I learned so much about the ways in which the animals behave and why.”

“I can now go outside, and on any given day see stories that the animals have left.”

“You get to look at the world from a new viewpoint and understand what tracking is, both as a skill, a tradition, and as a human instinct on a primal level.”


The Cornell University Hindu Student Council Presents Holi 2018 on TOMORROW, May 5th!

Hello Honorites!

On May 5th from 1:30pm-4:30pm on the Cornell Arts Quad will be Holi 2018!

Holi is a Hindu festival to celebrate the arrival of spring! At Cornell, Holi is an outdoor party with vibrant rang (colored powder), great music, dancing, henna, and samosas!


*NOTE: Buying online includes a processing fee that makes the price of a ticket more than $5*


Celebrate the End of Classes at the IC Kickback TOMORROW!

Hello Honorites!

IC Kicks Back is a FREE BBQ that features two live bands, giant inflatable game, fun give-a-ways and sunshine! Join the party on Friday, May 4 from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm in the Campus Center Quad (Rain Location: A&E Center).

There were be inflatables and a photobooth. In addition to the fun activities, there will be special treats provided by Student Activities Board (SAB) and BBQ foods provided by Dining Services & BOC will again be providing great music.



This event is only open to the IC Community.

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

Celebrate the End of the Semester with a FREE Brunch on May 5th!

Hello Honorites!

On Saturday, May 5th anyone with an Ithaca College ID can enjoy a FREE brunch from 10:00am-1:00pm in Terraces Dining Hall! Celebrate the end of the academic year with the rest of the Ithaca College community! You do not have to have a meal plan – just show your IC ID card to enter.

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  • Chef’s Table
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Bacon
  • Tri-Tater Patties
  • Waffles
  • Hot Dogs
  • Mac N’ Cheese
  • Mixed Vegetables
  • Ice Cream Station
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Yogurt Bar
  • Pastries and Danishes
  • Cereal
  • Bagels
  • Coffee, Milk, Soda, Juice etc. (Full Beverage Service)


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

Come to the Opening of MaMA: A Student Exhibition at the Creative Space Gallery on May 4th!

Hello Honorites!

On Friday, May 4th at the Creative Space Gallery from 6-8pm there is an opening reception of MaMA. (The Creative Space Gallery is located in Suite 50 within the South Hill Business Campus.)

The exhibition was an open call for entries that was curated by students from the Theories of Art Practice Seminar.

Mia Avramis, Ashley Mbogoni, Maxx Marshall and Amir Ali selected artworks from students in a variety of media. The juried works include painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing and mixed media.

Come enjoy live experimental electronic music and light refreshments!

Additional Gallery Hours:

Saturday, May 5th and Sunday, May 6th from 12-5pm.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Bill Hastings at or (607) 274-7014. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.