•  

Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 7, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Indigenous leader speaks about his endangered culture

By | Dec 13, 2013

Ithaca College students and faculty had a rare opportunity Dec. 6 to hear from the leader of the Sapara Nation of the Ecuadorian rainforest, a nation currently facing extinction with only 400–1,000 people remaining.

Students look for money management alternatives

By | Dec 12, 2013

With credit card debt still an issue students are seeking money management alternatives.

Family Guy writer to speak at graduation

By | Dec 11, 2013

The college has announced that Chris Regan ’89 will be addressing the Class of 2014 at its Commencement ceremony on May 18, 2014.

Residential Life addresses projected housing shortage

By | Dec 11, 2013

The Office of Residential Life has announced measures to account for the projected housing shortage for returning students in Fall 2014.

December graduates face improving job market

By | Dec 11, 2013

As a fresh batch of Ithaca College December graduates prepares to leave the college this weekend, recent reports indicate an improving
national job market.

Middle States reaffirms IC accreditation

By | Dec 11, 2013

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

College to suspend minor in environmental studies

By | Dec 11, 2013

The environmental studies program will be temporarily suspended, beginning Dec. 20, while undergoing a departmental curricular review. It is estimated that the minor will resume in the fall of 2015.

Chemicals dumped in sewer damage wastewater treatment facility

By | Dec 11, 2013

The largest dumping of unknown chemicals into the City of Ithaca’s public sanitary sewer system in recent memory occurred Nov. 23, forcing the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility to shut down from Nov. 25–27.

Ithaca becomes a hub for 3-D printing technology

By | Dec 4, 2013

Ithaca College’s natural science departments are in the process of submitting a proposal for purchasing equipment to create a 3-D printing facility.

Tuition freeze trend will not affect Ithaca College

By | Dec 4, 2013

This academic year, 52 institutions of higher education in the U.S. froze or cut their tuitions.

College gathers to mourn accident victim

By | Dec 4, 2013

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.

City named certified living-wage employer

By | Dec 4, 2013

After deciding to become a living-wage employer, the City of Ithaca has received official certification from the Tompkins County Workers Center.