October 6, 2015
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The Ithacan

Ithaca College names Sean Reid as dean of School of Business

Ithaca College has announced that Sean Reid, current associate dean and associate professor of finance at the Quinnipiac University School of Business, will assume the role of dean of the college’s School of Business beginning July 1.

Eric Maguire accepts position at Franklin & Marshall College

Ithaca College has announced that Eric Maguire, the vice president for enrollment and communication, has accepted a position as vice president and dean of admission and financial aid at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, an institution he worked for before coming to the college in 2009.

Roundups 10/29 – 11/4

The Ithacan’s sports staff recaps the past week in Bomber sports action.

Roundups 10/1 – 10/7

The Ithacan’s sports staff recaps Bomber sports from the past week.

Roundups 9/24 – 9/30

Ithacan writers recap South Hill squad sports from the past week.

Editorial: Dialogue divide

Cooperation from both sides of the American Studies Association boycott debate must replace partisanship.

Editorial: No Greek odyssey back to Ithaca

Current national and local attitudes about Greek life suggest affiliation is not in the interest of the college or its groups.

Editorial: A fresh voice

The Student Government Association voted in freshman Kaitlin Logsdon as Class of 2017 senator at its Feb.

Editorial: Jail must move beyond bars

The Tompkins County jail expansion is going forward, but the government must still be pressured to move from incarceration toward rehabilitation

Editorial: Make a move

A group of students have created a petition asking Ithaca College to move the Office of Student Disability Services to a central location on campus.

Editorial: The solution is more inclusion

The creation of an SGA task force and the prevalence of microaggressions indicate a need to address campus inclusivity.

Editorial: Survey says: Tell us now

Ithaca College has not participated in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Great Colleges survey in three years.

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