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New ticket company helps IC box office for first theater production

By | Sep 24, 2014

The Ithaca College Department of Theatre Arts has teamed up with TicketForce, a Web-based ticketing systems company, to more efficiently manage the student box office for theater productions, the first of which will premiere Oct. 3.


IC communications professor to speak at conference in South Africa

By | Sep 24, 2014

Donathan Brown, assistant professor of communication studies at Ithaca College, will be the plenary speaker at a conference on South African national development held Oct. 1–3 at Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa.


Breaking: Same-sex assault under investigation

By The Ithacan | Sep 21, 2014

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is currently investigating a report of a sexual assault just after midnight Sept.


Ithaca attracts, but doesn’t retain, international graduates

By , | Sep 17, 2014

Ithaca, New York, home to three collegiate institutions, attracts the highest concentration of international students in the country, yet the city loses these constituents to bigger cities and a restrictive visa process.


Student documentary kicks off Latino/a Heritage Month

By | Sep 17, 2014

In honor of National Latino/a Heritage Month, which runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Ithaca College premiered an alumna-produced documentary titled “Fighting for Truth, Justice and Reparations” Sept. 15 at the First Unitarian Society of Ithaca’s Annex.


All Ithaca College residential buildings to remain open during breaks

By | Sep 17, 2014

With the increase in student requests for housing accommodation during breaks in the past several years, the Office of Residential Life has announced it will allow students to remain in any of the residential halls and residential apartments during Thanksgiving and spring breaks.


Students participate in Service Saturday through local organizations

By | Sep 17, 2014

Volunteers from around Ithaca gathered to bring awareness to social issues like AIDS, hunger and malnutrition in an effort to give back to their communities.


College reflects on John Rawlins’ contributions to campus diversity

By | Sep 17, 2014

As John Rawlins III prepares to leave his position at Ithaca College after serving eight years as the assistant director for Multicultural Affairs on Sept. 19, he and the students he has worked with reflect on the contributions he has made to the college community.


IC Food addiction support group helps students and locals in Ithaca

By | Sep 17, 2014

While more than one-third of American adults are considered obese according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity is just one possible symptom of the more complex issue of food addiction.


Jewish studies professor to research in Germany on fellowship

By | Sep 16, 2014

Rebecca Lesses, Jewish studies professor at Ithaca College, will be going to Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany this coming year to continue her research on Jewish magic through a fellowship she received from the Ministry of Education and Research of the Federal Republic of Germany.


IC Democrats resurge as student political party amidst election season

By | Sep 16, 2014

After being inactive last year, IC Democrats is rejoining the campus’ other two political-party organizations, IC Conservatives and IC Greens, on the active political front.


Students approved for Birthright travel to Israel despite recent violence

By | Sep 16, 2014

Jewish students at Ithaca College will be able to participate in the Birthright study abroad program to Israel despite the recent conflict between Israel and the Gaza Strip.