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From left, first-year student track & field teammates Joseph Napolitano and Max Boreland dine at Campus Center Dining Hall.

Athletes talk impact of new dining options

By Matthew Givone, Contributing Writer September 15, 2023
Following a history of notoriously long lines and limited hours of operation, student-athletes at Ithaca College have an innovative new option for dining this fall as the first semester with the meal exchange program goes into effect. 
Emil L. Cunningham speaks at the Rankin & Associates presentation when consultants came to Ithaca College Feb. 2 to outline their plan for the next campus-climate survey. The college has announced the survey will be open from Sept. 27 to Oct. 28. for participation.

Consulting firm for campus-climate survey visits Ithaca College

By Elena Piech and Parita Desai February 3, 2016
Rankin & Associates, a third-party consulting company, presented to Ithaca College students, faculty and staff Feb. 2 regarding its plans to develop and carry out the survey.
The third and final candidate for the School of Business dean, Jeff Weiss,  visited Ithaca College on April 14.

Business dean candidate outlines adaptive business curriculum

By Mark Prowse, Staff Writer April 15, 2015
Jeff Weiss, adjunct professor of business administration in the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, presented his ideas about addressing the growing problems in business education and his transition to a leadership role at a business school.
From left, Matthew Kurz ’14, Erik Frid ’14 and Andrew Vorhees ’14 compete as part of the men’s crew team’s Varsity 8 against Rochester Institute of Technology April 5 at the Cayuga Inlet. This summer, Frid competed in the U-23 Double Sculls World Championships.

Recent Ithaca College graduate competes in international rowing event

By Steve Derderian, Senior Writer September 9, 2014
This summer, former Bomber rower Erik Frid '14 competed in the Under-23 Double Sculls World Championships in Italy.
Carol Henderson associate provost for accreditation, assessment and  curriculum, said AP credits wont be accepted for some ICC requirements.

Students can’t apply AP credits to ICC courses

By Taylor Zambrano March 19, 2014
Ithaca College does not accept AP credits for the Themes and Perspectives or Integrative Core Curriculum Capstone components of the ICC, which was implemented for the 2013–14 academic year.
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