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July 16, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

I too, am Harvard…

By | Apr 16, 2014

Diversity is something often talked about here at Ithaca College.

Guest commentary: ‘Ready’ to tear through the fabric of injustice

By | Jan 29, 2014

The “Academy” is viewed as the locus for social mobility, where intellectual curiosity and creative expression meet.

Editorial: Education: still loading

By | Oct 22, 2013

Outside the context of higher education, Wi-Fi is a luxury that keeps society constantly “plugged in.” But on a college campus, Internet access is a necessary tool for professors to teach their students.

Editorial: Dollars and sense

By | Aug 31, 2013

President Barack Obama stopped at Binghamton University’s campus on Friday, as part of a two-day tour, to speak about college affordability.

Editorial: What’s next for higher ed?

By | May 1, 2013

The landmarks of the past academic year have centered on Ithaca College’s search for a future.

Editorial: What’s next for higher ed?

By | May 1, 2013

The landmarks of the past academic year have centered on Ithaca College’s search for a future. This future is expected to blend the depth and academic rigor of classic in-the-classroom learning with the real-world applications of a more modern education. Internet-based academia is changing the structure of higher education. Massive open online courses give anyone…

Guest Commentary: Skill-based education cannot substitute for the classics

By | Feb 20, 2013

As colleges look to cut costs and create programs that promise prospective students job skills that will help them get ahead in the field after graduation, curricula that focus on a traditional college education are falling to the wayside.

Faculty seek more input in policy changes

By | Nov 1, 2012

Faculty have scheduled a meeting with President Tom Rochon and Marist Kelly, provost and vice president for educational affairs, to address dissatisfaction with input in college decisions.

You, Me & Noms

By | Oct 21, 2011

I recently spoke with an IC alumna who studied Culture and Communications here, but is now attending a grad program for food studies, an area similar to gastronomy. This field of graduate study has expanded in recent years, indicating either that my generation no longer wants to analyze poems or manipulate atoms to get a…