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February 16, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Q&A: Executive director of career services presents at BIESTRA

By | Dec 6, 2017

Opinion Editor Meaghan McElroy spoke with him about his presentation, finding meaning in work and presenting his work in Spanish.

IC alum Emily Morley competes at Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games

By | Aug 31, 2016

Emily Morley ’16 was the first rower from the Bahamas to compete at the Olympics. Becky Robinson, Ithaca College head women’s crew and sculling coach, and Beth Greene, Ithaca College assistant women’s crew and sculling coach, coached her at the Olympics.

Senior becomes first Bahamian rower to qualify for Olympics

By | Apr 7, 2016

Ithaca College senior Emily Morley will be representing the Bahamas at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic games on Aug. 5–21.

Chasing History: Rower begins Olympic qualification quest

By | Feb 16, 2016

Senior Emily Morley is attempting to become the first citizen of the Bahamas to qualify for rowing in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Fatty education

By | Apr 8, 2013

There is the notion that food fuels the brain, even if it clogs the arteries. As I watch students drown their French fries with ketchup and fill their plates with a greasy burger and potato chips there is one cause that comes to mind. With lunch boxes filled with cholesterol and soda cans cracked open…

Professor discusses importance of botany

By | Oct 2, 2012

Jack Rossen, associate professor and Native American Studies coordinator for the department of anthropology, traveled to Chile to speak at a conference and Easter Island to study archeaobotany in August.