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Sustainability at IC withers as a result of structural changes

Sustainability at IC withers as a result of structural changes

By Sophie Johnson, Staff Writer November 2, 2016
“There was a golden era of sustainability on this campus, and we’re not in it anymore,” he said.
Editorial: Civic engagement office continues to lack support

Editorial: Civic engagement office continues to lack support

September 28, 2016
The failure of the Office of Civic Engagement is a prime example of an initiative that seemed to be all talk and no action.
From left to right, former Ithaca College employees Robert Cree, Susan Weatherby, Mike Lindberg, Marian Brown and Craig Evans. They are among a number of people who have left the college to take positions at Wells College.

Former IC employees find new opportunities at Wells College

By Daniel Hart, Staff Writer February 10, 2016
In recent years, a number of Ithaca College employees have found that the next big step in their careers was just 30 miles away. Five former Ithaca College administrative and staff members have left to take jobs at Wells College in the past two years.
From left, professors Susan Allen-Gill, Chip Gagnon, Patricia Rodriguez, Alicia Swords and David Turkon are former members of the committee  to create a master degree in sustainable international development. They say President Tom Rochon has not made progress in campus sustainability.

Open Letter: Rochon has squashed campus sustainability

Stories like this one at IC have demoralized faculty.

Ithaca College administrative changes for the 2014–15 academic year

August 27, 2014
This summer saw several top administrators at Ithaca College leave their positions and be replaced by new recruits.

Climate change widens gender inequality

By Faith Meckley, Staff Writer May 4, 2014
Climate change is worsening gender inequalities in countries where noticeable gender gaps already exist.

Hood Hall conserves most in IC Energy Challenge

By Kelli Kyle, Staff Writer April 16, 2014

[acf field="code1"] [acf field="code2"]   In a battle of the residence halls, Hood Hall took the lead in conserving the most energy per capita during the two week IC Energy Challenge, sponsored...

IC Greens has begun circulating a petition, which calls for the ellimination of single-use plastic bags and water bottles from campus stores.

IC Greens pushes for plastic bag and bottle ban

By Noreyana Fernando, Staff Writer March 19, 2014
IC Greens is petitioning the college to ban single-use plastic bags and plastic water bottle sales at campus stores and vending machines.

College and City: March 6

March 5, 2014
Facilities department fills administrative position, film screening to discuss human and plant relations, and more.
TC3 to install 10 acres of solar panels

TC3 to install 10 acres of solar panels

By Faith Meckley, Staff Writer February 27, 2014
TC3 has plans to install 8,676 solar panels over 10 acres of land, which will produce an estimated 90 percent of TC3’s energy supply.

A&E Center earns Gold in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

By Sara Webb, Staff Writer February 5, 2014
The Athletics and Events Center has been awarded a Gold designation in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for its sustainable construction and systems.

Admissions implements paperless system

By Brandon Adelbock, Contributing Writer November 7, 2013
Ithaca College’s Information Technology Services is currently implementing a new, paperless system in the Office of Admission.
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