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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 20, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Sustainability at IC withers as a result of structural changes

By | Nov 2, 2016

“There was a golden era of sustainability on this campus, and we’re not in it anymore,” he said.

Faculty group presents letter to Board of Trustees

By | May 19, 2016

Faculty and staff presented a letter to the Board of Trustees at its May 19 reception, asking the board to conduct a performance review of provost Benjamin Rifkin.

Ithaca College group hosts event to discuss state of campus

“We need to think of the problems in greater depth and perhaps move to take some steps together,” Rodriguez said. “But most of what came out was — in essence — is the need to come together for more conversations like this.”

College to host series of events on sexual assault and rape

By | Mar 9, 2016

The Difficult Dialogues series looks to engage students in difficult conversations, with this year’s focus being on campus rape and sexual assault.

Commentary: Rochon owes answer about IC China Center

By | Jan 26, 2016

No matter how we may individually feel about a permanent Ithaca College presence in China, Dr. Guan and the entire campus were assured by the administration years ago that one would be established.

POC at IC occupies Peggy Ryan Williams Center for fourth day

By | Dec 10, 2015

Ithaca College President Tom Rochon was intersected and questioned while on his way out of the building by a student at around 6:20 p.m.

Faculty hold teach-in on Rochon vote of no confidence

By | Nov 21, 2015

Around 200 people attended the event, filling all the seats in the room, and those who couldn’t find a seat lined up along the walls.

Mother Jones representatives accept Izzy Award

By | Apr 18, 2013

Independent media and investigative reporting were in the spotlight as recipients for Mother Jones received the fifth Annual Izzy Awards on Wednesday.

Deadline approaches for New York fracking

By | Feb 21, 2013

The decision on whether fracking will be allowed in New York has state residents divided, putting Governor Andrew Cuomo between a rock and a hard place while deciding whether to approve regulations and allow fracking as the state approaches its Feb. 27 deadline.

Juan Gonzalez visit to campus postponed

By | Oct 1, 2012

Juan Gonzalez, co-host of Democracy Now! has postponed his visit to Ithaca College on Wednesday because of a back injury.