March 26, 2023
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Column: Has Disney lost its magic?

By | Mar 8, 2023

When Disney CEO Bob Iger ’73 announced that 7,000 employees were being laid off, the focus placed on new sequels seemed in poor taste for the company.

Commentary: Exceptional guest speakers create false assumptions

By | Mar 7, 2023

Ithaca College has a habit of showcasing its previous students who have gone above and beyond in the industry,

Sophomore receives inaugural Iger-Bay Endowed Scholarship

By | Sep 2, 2021

Ithaca College sophomore Damani Madir is the inaugural recipient of the Iger-Bay Endowed Scholarship.

IC alum Bob Iger steps down as CEO of Disney

By | Feb 25, 2020

Bob Iger ’73, CEO of The Walt Disney Co., will be stepping down effective immediately, the Walt Disney Co. Board of Directors announced Feb. 25. 

Board of Trustees to meet in Los Angeles for February meeting

By | Feb 12, 2020

This year’s annual February Ithaca College Board of Trustees meeting is taking place in Los Angeles from Feb. 12 to 13.

IC alumnus Bob Iger to fund new scholarship

By | Dec 11, 2019

Ithaca College to launch the Iger-Bay Endowed Scholarship to support students studying select majors in the Roy H. Park School of Communications.

IC alumnus Bob Iger joins Trump committee

By | Feb 1, 2017

Ithaca College alumnus and CEO of the Walt Disney company Bob Iger ’73 is facing scrutiny for his relationship with President Donald Trump.

Disney CEO alumnus Bob Iger spoke about success strategy to IC

By | Oct 27, 2016

Bob Iger ’73, high-caliber Ithaca College alumnus and CEO of Disney, came to visit his alma mater Oct. 26 to speak to the college community.

ITS restructuring brings Ithaca College into modern era

By | Oct 21, 2015

This occurrence and others inspired Roberts to take the lead in forming an initial Campus Wireless Working Group in collaboration with Information Technology Services. The group assessed the needs of the campus for better Wi-Fi connection, and the yearlong installation of 1,000 additional access points across campus, a project which cost $2.3 million, is complete as of Sept. 9.