July 29, 2016
Ithaca, NY

Jack Curran

Commentary: Online publications seek new revenue strategies

As publishers focus on finding new ways to bring in revenue, reporters and editors cannot let the quality of the journalism they produce decline.

Q&A: IC President Tom Rochon discusses plans for the college

Editor-in-Chief Jack Curran spoke with Ithaca College President Tom Rochon about the “blue sky” reimagining, which was announced at the president’s March 5 all-college meeting.

New provost Benjamin Rifkin passionate about study abroad

Benjamin Rifkin, newly hired provost and vice president for educational affairs, said he is very passionate about offering study abroad to as many students as possible.

K-House brings art and song to Ithaca bar scene

Ithaca’s new karaoke lounge, K-House, offers up music, food and art to its visitors.

Commencement celebrates Class of 2014

Ithaca College honored 1,345 students as they became alumni May 18 when it held its 119th Commencement.

FLEFF guests to discuss ideological dissonance

FLEFF will run from March 31 to April 6, and will include more than 100 film screenings and workshops on the Ithaca College campus and at Cinemapolis.

College to hold bone marrow donor drive

The college will hold its fourth annual Be The Match Bone Marrow Registry Drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 2 in Emerson Suites.

‘Late Night’ host to perform at ‘Ithaca Today’

Ithaca College announced March 5 that “Late Night” host and comedian Seth Meyers will perform at 8 p.m. April 12 in the Athletics and Events Center.

College responds to financial aid accusations

The Ithaca College Office of Financial Services has made changes to its website after being accused of violating the Higher Education Act of 1965 by not clearly stating what forms are and are not required for students to receive federal financial aid.

Fire occurs in Cornell residence building

A fire occurred around 1 a.m. Feb. 7 in North Balch Hall at Cornell University.

Administrators to leave for provost positions

Ithaca College will soon begin the search for a new dean of the School of Business, as Mary Ellen Zuckerman, the current dean, prepares to leave the college at the end of the semester.

Student houses burglarized over break

Several Ithaca College students returned from winter break to a series of burglaries to their homes on Pennsylvania Avenue.

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