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Negotiations with Syria help put potential U.S. attack on hold

By | Sep 12, 2013

President Barack Obama addressed the nation Tuesday to justify intervening in Syria, to force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to relinquish his chemical weapons, which Assad agreed to do under threat of a U.S. cruise missile strike.


Alumni mentoring network to expand

Ithaca College’s new online mentoring program, “IC Mentoring Network,” will expand to cover six additional fields of study in the coming month.


Ithaca College ITS to implement Wi-Fi upgrade

By | Sep 11, 2013

As more students are bringing multiple devices to campus, Wi-Fi performance has not been meeting students’ expectations


Sidewalk policy offers relief to homeowners

By | Sep 11, 2013

A new sidewalk policy aimed at lessening Ithaca homeowners’ responsibility for damages to sidewalks was approved by the Common Council of the City of Ithaca on Sept. 4.


Cornell introduces gender-inclusive housing

By | Sep 11, 2013

Cornell University has introduced a gender-inclusive housing option that gives undergraduates the opportunity to live with a person of the opposite gender.


Professor finds medical use for slug mucus

By | Sep 11, 2013

Andy Smith, Ithaca College professor and chair of the Department of Biology, stepped into the national media spotlight last month for his research on slugs that produce a glue that may eventually replace surgical stitches.


Freshman discusses plans for IC Greens club

By | Sep 11, 2013

Freshman Josh Kelly seeks to provide a space for Green Party values on campus through a new club called IC Greens.


Alumnus presents at the semester’s first Sustainability Cafe

By | Sep 11, 2013

Shea O’Neill ’07 spoke at the first Sustainability Cafe of the semester about Geographic Information Systems and how they can be used for community development.