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Leann Kanda, associate professor and chair of the Department of Biology at Ithaca College, is taking care of students pets that were left behind in dorms over spring break.

Professor reels in fish left behind in dorm rooms

By Alex Hartzog, Staff Writer April 20, 2020
Kanda’s fish were still on campus, and she realized that other pets owned by students may be trapped in on-campus housing because students did not get the chance to retrieve them before the college sh
Buffalo Street Books will remain open after receiving a $50,000 grant from community donations. Buffalo Street Books became a cooperative in 2011 as a means to stay open when struggling with a lack of funds.

Buffalo Street Books buoyed by loyal locals

By Jake Leary and Laura O'Brien November 8, 2017
“There’s that feel that you get going into a small local store. People know you, and you go in, and there’s that intimacy that is very welcoming."
A fawn cautiously checks out a plastic flamingo that is a part of an animal behavioral study conducted by Leann Kanda, associate professor and chair of the biology department.

WATCH: Professor conducts animal behavior study with fake flamingos

By Meredith Burke, Staff Writer November 7, 2017
The flamingos are part of an animal behavioral study conducted by Leann Kanda, associate professor and chair of the biology department.
Tom Swensen, professor and chair of the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences and Faculty Council chair, said the idea for closed sessions were originally proposed to the executive committee by Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado

Faculty Council makes little progress optimizing ICC

By Rachel Kriedberg, Staff Writer December 7, 2016
As of the second to last week of the fall semester, the committee has not announced any new findings, nor have any policy changes been proposed.

Full-time faculty petition against administration union site

By Kayla Dwyer, News Editor April 29, 2015
A petition is being circulated among Ithaca College full-time faculty asking the administration to edit the union election informational website it created to be more in line with the statement that the college is “neither anti-union nor pro-union,” which the college claims on the same website. As of 8 p.m. Thursday the petition was signed by 105 people.
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