Ithaca Checks Every Box
My visit to Ithaca College May 8th confirmed why it appears on so many students' lists. The Communications, Business, Humanities & Sciences, and Health Sciences and Human Performance, and Music Schools all have terrific track records. All that, and students are very happy and involved here. The Roy H. Park School of Communications is a major draw: The Hollywood Reporter ranks its film school #18, The Princeton Review's #3 rated school newspaper, The Ithacan, and #6 college ra
Union College-Truly Unique
Stop Two, Day One: Union College, a small liberal arts school on the green edge of urban Schenectady, NY, is beyond any category : you have to experience it yourself. Famed for its Engineering Program and rated #5 for top STEM programs for women by USA Today and College Guide, Union believes in the power of a liberal arts education to create intuitive graduates with the wider focus necessary to tackle tomorrow's questions. US News places it in the top 40 of National Liberal A
The "Aura of the Orange"
I hadn't visited Syracuse in a while. It's popular with my students because of the "the aura of the Orange": the exciting social scene, Greek life, and the cheering crowd rooting on the Division I teams in the massive Carrier Dome. Everyone knows about the perennially top-ranked S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, the highly-ranked Whitman School of Management, and top Sports Management program. Then there's a culture based on legacy and/or relationships-think 3