April 25, 2014
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Sabrina Knight

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Students criticize dining hall standards for special diets

Students at Ithaca College are calling out the dining halls for flaws in their food preparation standards.

Ithaca couple to stand trial in Texas

The Texas district attorney at the Cameron County Court in Brownsville, Texas, dropped a charge for resisting arrest, search or transport against Ithaca resident Omar Figueredo on April 8.

Senior shines with involvement in business-related groups

Senior Jackie Branco, president of Beta Alpha Psi, said coming to the School of Business was a blessing in disguise.

Faculty Council addresses fall grade period

This month, the council received an update on the Academic Workflow Implementation Group project and discussed moving the date for submitting final grades.

Ed Tech Day to highlight innovation

Educational Technology Day 2014 will provide a display of vendors from a wide range of technology-based subjects, and will feature companies and presentations with advancements in 3-D technology.

Faculty Council addresses student grade changes

The two main topics discussed at the March 4 Faculty Council meeting were a proposal to revise the process of changing a student’s grade and the faculty assessment and perception of the Integrative Core Curriculum.

Career Services to move under different domain

Career Services will move to the Division of Enrollment and Communication from the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life beginning March 1.

Professor files IRS complaint against pro-boycott group

William Jacobson, clinical professor and director of the Securities Law Clinic at Cornell University, has filed an IRS whistleblower complaint against the American Studies Association.

Fire occurs in Cornell residence building

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

Judge dismisses lawsuit against Ithaca College

Federal court judge Glenn T. Suddaby dismissed the case of Margo Ramlal-Nankoe, a former professor in the Department of Sociology, versus Ithaca College on Jan. 27.

Faculty Council sees updates from last meeting

The Ithaca College Faculty Council resumed business at its meeting Feb. 4, where members continued discussing several topics raised at previous meetings.

Review: Colorful exhibit fades in small space

Exhibit of traditional Chinese dress struggles with its small display space.