August 29, 2014
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Kayla Dwyer

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Ithaca College falls 150 students short of enrollment target

The college sees an under-enrollment of the Class of 2018 by 150 students.

Business School names interim dean

James Simpson serves as the interim dean for the School of Business.

Rachel Reuben announces departure

Rachel Reuben, associate vice president for marketing communications, will be vice president for communications at Colgate University.

Rochester Center sees last physical therapy students

The Ithaca College physical therapy graduate program will see its last cohort of students conclude their collegiate careers at the Rochester Center.

Student wins $20,000 for start-up company

Tim Reynolds, sixth-year graduate student in the Department of Physical Therapy, took the first-place prize at the first-ever Business Plan Competition on April 22 for his entrepreneurial company and product, KettleShell.

Senior percussionist drums up passion for live theater

Senior Jessie Linden finds her niche in the intersection of theater and percussion interests.

Active Minds to spread mental health awareness with panel

IC Active Minds will host an Open Speak Your Mind Panel April 23 to advocate for mental health awareness and discussion.

College sees record high application numbers

Approaching Ithaca Today and An Inside Look, Ithaca College has announced a record-breaking number of applicants for the third year in a row.

Students organize first ever TEDxIthaca College

Three Ithaca College students brought TEDxIthaca College to the Ithaca Community on March 22.

Students reflect on the year of a new pope

Pope Francis took to Twitter on March 13, acknowledging the one-year anniversary of his papal inauguration by asking his followers to “Please pray for me.”

Res Life implements resident assistant advisory council

In light of the implementation of FYRE and the ICC, the Office of Residential Life has created an RA Advisory Council to address concerns among RAs.

New state teacher certification requirements create concern

A new set of teacher certification requirements in New York state has education students, particularly college seniors, under stress and apprehension.