The Roy H. Park School of Communications is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
Contributing writer Faith Meckley sat down with Colm Toibin to discuss “Brooklyn,” the challenges of immigration and finding acceptance in a new place.
Ithaca College’s enrollment of African, Latino, Asian and Native American first-year students was a record-breaking 21.7 percent — up from 19.4 percent last year.
The Ithaca College Faculty Council discussed the possible implementation of an updated Intellectual Property Policy at its monthly meeting on Oct. 1 in the Athletics and Events Center VIP Room.
Contributing Writer Bianca Esposito spoke with Emma McCumber and Erin Mckelvy, of the Beehive Design Collective, about the organization and their presentation at the college.
The Office of Public Safety is seeking to bolster its community policing mission by engaging students and other members of the community in an open conversation about campus safety.
Ithaca College President Tom Rochon signed an agreement last week confirming the college’s commitment to discussing the proposed China center at the Shanghai Normal University.
After a close race for newly created positions, the Ithaca College Student Government Association elections came to a close on Sept. 26, with 10 new senators preparing for their responsibilities.
As the Office of Admission finalized its enrollment numbers for 2013 on Tuesday, it revealed a two-fold increase in international student enrollment since 2009
Ithaca locals and students took to the streets Tuesday opposite the office of Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., on East Martin Luther King, Jr. Street to voice their opposition to a government shutdown.