August 30, 2014
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Noreyana Fernando

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Senior makes impact in sport management

Senior Joe Portsmouth, a sport management major, grew up with a love of sports that has translated into career-launching internships in the field.

IC Greens pushes for plastic bag and bottle ban

IC Greens is petitioning the college to ban single-use plastic bags and plastic water bottle sales at campus stores and vending machines.

College to increase tuition by 2.95 percent for 2014–15

The total cost of attendance for students in 2014–15 will increase by 2.99 percent, putting next year’s total cost of attendance at $53,864.

Textor Disc creator explains sculpture’s history

Get an inside look at the construction of Ithaca College’s most famous sculpture.

Senator speaks about workers’ rights

Equal pay across genders, a federal minimum wage increase and higher education accessibility were on the agenda when Kirsten Gillibrand, Democratic U.S.

Associate vice president of ITS to retire after 39 years

After working for 39 years at Ithaca College, Ed Fuller, associate vice president of Information Technology Services, has announced that he will retire Jan. 31.

Mayor discusses plans after White House summit

Mayor Svante Myrick returned to Ithaca last week after participating in the White House Mayor’s Manufacturing Summit.

Middle States reaffirms IC accreditation

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has reaffirmed Ithaca College’s accreditation, which ensures students receive federal financial aid.

College gathers to mourn accident victim

More than 100 members of the campus community attended a vigil held Dec. 3 in Muller Chapel in memory of Ithaca College junior Michael Clark.

Community to gather to remember student killed in accident

A vigil will be held at 6 p.m. Dec. 3 at Muller Chapel for students to commemorate the life of junior Michael Clark, who was killed in a car accident Dec. 1 while driving back to Ithaca College after Thanksgiving break.

College suspends employee parking fee plan

Ithaca College has announced that a plan to charge parking fees for staff and faculty has been suspended temporarily.

Towers and Food Court cited for health code violations

The Tompkins County Health Department has cited two Ithaca College dining establishments for critical violations involving factors that could lead to food-related illness.