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Facilities worker creates charity initiative

By The Ithacan | Feb 19, 2014

For the past seven years, Emmanuel McBean, facilities attendant in the Dillingham Center at Ithaca College, has collected items, in particular computers and laptops, to donate to schools in the under-resourced area of Region 10 in Linden, Guyana.



SGA pushes for campus inclusion and release of survey data

By | Feb 12, 2014

SGA has launched a task force to combat microaggressions and push the administration to release the results of the campus climate survey from 2012.


College responds to financial aid accusations

By | Feb 12, 2014

The Ithaca College Office of Financial Services has made changes to its website after being accused of violating the Higher Education Act of 1965 by not clearly stating what forms are and are not required for students to receive federal financial aid.


College sexual offense record matches national trends

By | Feb 12, 2014

With a sexual assault reported in East Tower and sexual offenses in the national spotlight, the college is working to educate the campus on this issue.


CSCRE previews spring discussion series on racial language

By | Feb 12, 2014

Students will hear from professors and artists in a discussion sponsored by the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity.


Whalen Symposium seeks Visual and Performing Arts Students

By | Feb 12, 2014

The James J. Whalen Academic Symposium will present new awards for visual arts, theater arts and communications to students this year in an effort to attract more interest from those disciplines.


Petition to move Student Disabilities Services circulates

By | Feb 12, 2014

The current location of SDS is not equally accessible to the 682 registered students, according to a group of students petitioning to move the office.


Professor studies trauma through skeletal research

By | Feb 12, 2014

New research on bones provides evidence that impoverished Americans, especially African-Americans, experienced treatment that led to serious physical and mental stress, correlating with their economic inequality.


Professor writes novel about Sicilian history

By | Feb 12, 2014

Anthony DiRenzo, associate professor of writing, recently published an historical novel called “Trinacria: A Tale of Bourbon Sicily,” which read excerpts from at 7 p.m. Feb. 11 in Klingenstein Lounge in the Campus Center.


Judge dismisses lawsuit against Ithaca College

By | Feb 5, 2014

Federal court judge Glenn T. Suddaby dismissed the case of Margo Ramlal-Nankoe, a former professor in the Department of Sociology, versus Ithaca College on Jan. 27.


Ithaca College doesn’t enter Great Colleges survey

By | Feb 5, 2014

The deadline to register for The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Great Colleges program is Feb. 17, but Ithaca College decided against entering again this year.