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December 6, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

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.

Ithaca is smart: what makes Ithaca the “Smartest city in America”

By | Sep 5, 2013

The City of Ithaca was recently named the “Smartest City in the United States.” This could be because of its multiple colleges, geographic location or genuinely intelligent residents.

Faculty Council divided over FYRI

By | Sep 5, 2013

The Ithaca College Faculty Council began the year by brainstorming possible changes to the First-Year Reading Initiative.

College mourns loss of longtime professor

Ithaca College mourns the loss of Eileen Kelly, professor of management, who passed away on September 2 after a battle with cancer.

SGA makes plans for upcoming year

By | Sep 5, 2013

The Student Government Association has set their sights this year on the over-sized Freshman class, lower tuition and free printout limits.

SGA president addresses diversity

By | Sep 5, 2013

Cedrick-Michael Simmons, the new president of the Student Government Association plans to make students feel more comfortable in the campus community.

Students and faculty come together for class

By | Sep 5, 2013

Ali Erkan, professor of computer science, brings together students and faculty for a class in which he teaches how to use data to create maps.

Director discusses Academic Advising Center

By | Sep 5, 2013

Sally Neal, director of Ithaca College’s new Academic Advising Center discusses the new center and possible upcoming projects.

Theatre Professor reaches out to domestic violence victims in India

By | Sep 4, 2013

Three years ago, Kathleen Mulligan, associate professor in the Department of Theatre Arts, founded “Wheels for Women,” a project that benefits victims of domestic violence living in the Sakhi Shelter of Kerala, India.

Workers’ Center discusses living wage at Labor Day community picnic

By | Sep 2, 2013

Discussions of the ‘‘living wage’’ and the 99 percent were part of the dialogue Monday as almost 400 community members gathered together at the free picnic to support and celebrate the Tompkins County Workers’ Center and Labor Day.

Students cover 50th anniversary March

By | Sep 2, 2013

Thirteen student journalists from Ithaca College cover the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, for NBC’s Nightly News broadcast.

Performance studies professor chosen as new choral activities director

By | Sep 2, 2013

Janet Galvan, professor of performance studies has been chosen as the new director of choral activities.