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July 4, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Editorial: Commencement would be too long with walking

By The Ithacan | Oct 4, 2017

Graduation is a time for recognition and celebration, and it is understandable if students at the college feel that the current commencement ceremonies are lacking in this aspect.

Parents of IC students create petition to walk at Commencement

By | Oct 4, 2017

During the 2015 commencement, Lisa Kleeman was caught off-guard when she realized that her daughter was not going to walk during the graduation ceremony.

South Aurora Street to close for construction through mid-May

By | Apr 22, 2016

A portion of South Aurora Street will be closed April 25 through May 17 to continue unfinished work, said Cliff Murphy, supervisor of streets for the City of Ithaca.

Commencement celebrates class of 2015

By | May 17, 2015

The Ithaca College Class of 2015 graduated in the college’s 120th Commencement ceremony May 17 at Butterfield Stadium.

Commencement celebrates Class of 2014

By | May 19, 2014

Ithaca College honored 1,345 students as they became alumni May 18 when it held its 119th Commencement.

Rochester Center sees last physical therapy students

By | Apr 30, 2014

The Ithaca College physical therapy graduate program will see its last cohort of students conclude their collegiate careers at the Rochester Center.

College and City: March 20

By The Ithacan | Mar 19, 2014

Graduation Fair to provide Commencement details, Cornell president named Smithsonian Secretary, and more.

Senator speaks about workers’ rights

By | Feb 5, 2014

Equal pay across genders, a federal minimum wage increase and higher education accessibility were on the agenda when Kirsten Gillibrand, Democratic U.S.

Family Guy writer to speak at graduation

By | Dec 11, 2013

The college has announced that Chris Regan ’89 will be addressing the Class of 2014 at its Commencement ceremony on May 18, 2014.

Faculty Council reviews policy for graduation

By | Dec 4, 2013

The commencement of Ithaca College’s Faculty Council meeting Dec. 3 began with just that: Commencement. At the meeting, the council also discussed the First-Year Reading Initiative, the possible reactivation of the Benefits Committee and a potential prohibition of presentations by student organizations at the meeting.

Now you know: Rooting up the questions

By The Ithacan | Oct 23, 2013

Someone asked me the other day, “Why does Ithaca College replant annual plants rather than invest in perennials?” I’ve never been much of a plant observer, but this question made sense.