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October 23, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

National Recap: Chicago Public Schools teachers continue strike

By | Oct 23, 2019

Teachers in Chicago Public Schools continue their citywide strike that has canceled classes for more than a quarter of a million students. 

Editorial: Prison education program promotes educational equity

By The Ithacan | Oct 10, 2019

The college’s collaboration with the Cornell Prison Education Program demonstrates its commitment to educational equity.

Q&A: Professor’s dance company receives grant

By | Sep 25, 2019

The grant, allocated by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, will help the company create interactive digital resources to increase dance literacy.

Q&A: Professor publishes book about eating disorders

By | Dec 12, 2018

Cris Haltom, a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Ithaca College, has published a book about eating disorders.

Q&A: Professor researches successful ELL classrooms

By | Apr 18, 2018

Opinion Editor Meaghan McElroy spoke to Russell about her interest in this research area, what successful English Language Learner classrooms look like and how ELL instruction is changing.

Depressed Cake Shop makes Ithaca debut to fight mental illness

By | Apr 26, 2017

One organization, new to Ithaca, aims to encourage discussion in a different way — through sweet treats.

IC faculty concerned about the appointment of Betsy DeVos

By | Feb 8, 2017

She said having DeVos as secretary of the Department of Education is comparable to having a surgeon unfamiliar with medical technique.

Trump’s Universities: What Trump means for higher education

By , | Dec 7, 2016

The nation is looking to Trump to steer the republic — and he has made the direction he has chosen for higher education clearer since the election.

IC junior creates high school curriculum to promote critical thinking

By | Sep 4, 2016

Ithaca College junior Drew Stierhoff collaborated with his faculty mentor, Ellie Fulmer, assistant professor of the Department of Education, over the summer to create a structured, analytical teacher’s guide for how to teach social studies to junior-level high school students.

Illegal behavior continues at Ithaca gorges despite patrols

By , | Aug 31, 2016

The City of Ithaca employed rangers to patrol the dams along Six Mile Creek this summer and enforce swimming and cliff jumping bans. Despite the pilot program, city officials said it has only had marginal success in enforcing rules and that violations are increasing as Ithaca College students return to school.

Women dominate certain majors at Ithaca College

By , | Apr 12, 2016

Women make up the majority of students at Ithaca College and tend to dominate care-related and media majors at the college and in the workforce. However, some students and experts agree that this majority can cause negative stereotypes and implications for female workers.

Ithaca College student pursues English teaching degree at 57

By | Mar 30, 2016

Steve Whiting goes about his day like most Ithaca College students: He studies in IC Square, walks to class through Textor Hall and says hello to his peers. However, at 57 years old, with trimmed gray hair and a briefcase, Whiting could easily be mistaken for a professor.