January 31, 2015
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Taylor Zambrano

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Students celebrate MLK with day of service in Ithaca area

On Jan. 24, Ithaca College students participated in the MLK day of service by volunteering at organizations in the Ithaca College community.

Q & A: IC Professor elected to gerontology association

Elizabeth Bergman, associate professor of gerontology at Ithaca College, has been elected to become an executive committee member of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.

Proposed Master Plan to include expansion of campus

The next Ithaca College master plan may include the expansion of campus and additional walkways between buildings.

Faculty offer short-term study abroad programs for students

Ithaca College faculty and staff members have taken it upon themselves to create short-term programs for students who want a study abroad experience.

Olympic gold medalist announced as 2015 Commencement speaker

Meghan Musnicki ’05, Olympic gold medalist on the United States rowing team, will be the speaker for Ithaca College’s 2015 Commencement ceremony.

Voter turnout for midterm elections sees record low results

Voter turnout in the 2014 midterm elections marked an all-time low since World War II according to the United States Elections Project.

Student documentary kicks off Latino/a Heritage Month

In honor of National Latino/a Heritage Month, which runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Ithaca College premiered an alumna-produced documentary titled “Fighting for Truth, Justice and Reparations” Sept. 15 at the First Unitarian Society of Ithaca’s Annex.

Colleges encourage increased parental involvement

What some may refer to as “helicopter parenting,” others might simply call “caring,” but the trend is the new norm, and colleges are following suit.

Sport Studies major to discontinue after fall semester

This semester will mark the last time a student will have the chance to claim a sport studies major at Ithaca College.

Keith Mclntosh to become chief information officer

Keith “Mac” McIntosh will succeed Ed Fuller as the college’s new associate vice president of Information Technology Services and chief information officer.

Office of Civic Engagement names new executive director

Laurie Worrall has been selected to replace Anthony Hopson as the new executive director for the Office of Civic Engagement beginning fall 2014.

Class of 2014 to enter into favorable job market

According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ Job Outlook survey for the spring of 2014, employers plan to hire 8.6 percent more graduates for full-time jobs from this year’s senior class