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College students to raise money for Alzheimer’s through 3-mile walk

By | Sep 16, 2014

Alzheimer’s, a disease that affects more than 5 million people in the United States, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, has inspired Ithaca College students and faculty to take part in a city-wide fundraising event.


IC Greens hosts Green Party gubernatorial nominee Howie Hawkins

By | Sep 14, 2014

Howie Hawkins, the Green Party nominee for governor of New York, spoke against the United States’ two-party political system and in support of his own progressive ideas during a recent visit to Ithaca College.


Local country radio host Chris Allinger walks to stop childhood hunger

By | Sep 14, 2014

In recognition of September as Hunger Action Month, Ithaca College supported Q103.7 radio host Chris Allinger as he stopped by the college Sept. 12 for the last leg of his 100-mile walk around Tompkins County.


Ithaca College School of Business closed Sept. 12

By The Ithacan | Sep 12, 2014

The Ithaca College School of Business is closed Sept. 12 due to electrical problems.


CSCRE discusses the use of social media as a gateway to activism

By | Sep 11, 2014

The Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity invited students to engage in a discussion on the role technology plays in addressing race, racism and resistance on Sept. 9 in Clark Lounge.


Ithaca College considers drone use in academic setting

By | Sep 10, 2014

Four glossy, white, plastic rotor blades propel its 40-ounce frame, complete with a camera capable of shooting video or taking still photographs up to 100 meters in the air. It can cost as little as $200, but using one for commercial purposes can result in a $10,000 fine.


Apogee updates wireless network across Ithaca College campus

By | Sep 10, 2014

In response to widespread complaints from students and faculty, Information Technology Services is currently working with Apogee, Ithaca College’s Internet provider, on an overhaul of the campus’ Wi-Fi network in the campus’ academic and administrative areas, which it plans to have finished within the next six to eight months.


Ithaca College sociology professor receives Hans O. Mauksch Award

By | Sep 10, 2014

Beyond his work as a professor, Stephen Sweet, associate professor of sociology, has been recognized on multiple occasions for his professional work since the beginning of the academic year.


Ithaca College explores 3-D printing with archaeological sites

By | Sep 10, 2014

With everyday advances in technology, new resources are becoming increasingly available to students. As a working example of this, Ithaca College joined the likes of neighboring Cornell University last December by purchasing its own 3-D printer.


AGB Search collects campus feedback for Ithaca College Provost

By | Sep 9, 2014

A consultant from the AGB Search visited Ithaca College Sept. 8–9 to collect feedback from the campus community about the qualities they seek in the next provost.


Campus Pride ranks Ithaca College among Top 50 LGBT-Friendly colleges

By | Sep 9, 2014

Ithaca College has been ranked on Campus Pride’s Top 50 LGBT-Friendly Universities and Colleges list for the third consecutive year.


Ithaca College schools update academic program offerings

By | Sep 9, 2014

Students will no longer have the option to take certain courses that have been previously offered in the college’s Professional Certificate Program, the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, and the Roy H. Park School of Communications, while the latter plans to offer one new program.