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September 27, 2021
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Women’s cross-country runner makes a comeback as captain

By | Sep 23, 2021

Ithaca College women’s cross-country runner Isabel Johnston, overcame her struggles with a medical condition to become a captain of the team.


IC cultural organizations celebrate campus identities

By , | Sep 22, 2021

Cultural organizations at IC celebrate and highlight different identities from around the world.


IC students welcome fall

By | Sep 9, 2021

The Office of New Student and Transition Programs organized Fall Welcome events to engage the incoming community of students.


Professor publishes research on socialization during COVID-19

By | Sep 8, 2021

Leigh Ann Vaughn, professor in the Department of Psychology, and her student research team published an article on their study of well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Handwerker Gallery director awarded prestigious art residency

By | Sep 8, 2021

Mara Baldwin, director of the Handwerker Gallery, spent a week in August creating art at the Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency.


Open the Books response to President Collado resignation

By | Aug 26, 2021

The people of Ithaca College deserve a role in selecting our leaders. We demand that the search for our next presidential candidate be an open one.


Students welcome warm weather

By | May 6, 2021

As the weather gets warmer, Ithaca College students take advantage of the many opportunities for outdoor activities on campus.


College Briefs April 22

By | Apr 22, 2021

Documentaries from five countries awarded prize at local film festival
The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) announced the Best of the Fest Programmers’ Picks for 2021.


College recommending finalists for VP of finance by end of April

By | Apr 19, 2021

The search committee for a new vice president for finance will meet with semifinalists for the position and recommend finalists to President Shirley M. Collado.


Terminated employees to retain tuition benefits for children

By | Apr 15, 2021

Terminated employees who have a dependent enrolled at the college will continue to receive full tuition benefits for the duration of the students’ enrollment.


IC to offer major in culture, race and ethnicity studies

By | Apr 15, 2021

Ithaca College will be offering its first major in the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity (CSCRE) to be available in Fall 2021.


The Faces of Austerity April 15

By | Apr 15, 2021

This weekly series aims to put human faces on the faculty members who have been notified of their termination as a result of the Academic Program Prioritization.