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July 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

IC sets aside DC program to prioritize others

By | Mar 21, 2013

Ithaca College’s Cornell-affiliated Washington D.C. program sees low interest levels, as the college turns its focus toward other study away programs.

College reacts swiftly to PRW glass damage

By | Mar 21, 2013

A glass pane was repaired in the Peggy Ryan Williams Center after the glass of a window on the third floor broke and fell to the first floor March 1.

New lab instrument puts IC on the map

By | Mar 21, 2013

Ithaca College acquires a single-crysyal X-ray diffractor, making the college’s chemistry program one of the few in the country that uses the machine for undergraduate-level research.

Chinese students adapt to life at Ithaca College

By | Mar 21, 2013

As more Chinese students every year study at American universities, their experience becomes increasingly important to understand. Step into some Chinese students’ shoes as they talk about stepping outside of their comfort zone in a country an ocean away from their home.

Locals protest gas storage facility

By | Mar 21, 2013

A dozen people, including two from Ithaca College, were arrested Monday morning after blockading a natural gas storage and transportation facility on Seneca Lake.

Public Safety investigates report of assault in Lyon Hall

By | Mar 10, 2013

Public Safety is investigating a report of assault in Lyon Hall that occurred Saturday morning.

TWSM: Spring Break

By | Mar 9, 2013

“This Week in Social Media” followed tweets from the Ithaca College community about plans for Spring Break.

College aims to prepare students for new frontiers of China

By | Mar 7, 2013

Ithaca College seeks to prepare students academically for the new economic and political frontier of China, with new courses, study abroad programs and the IC 20/20 strategic plan.

Weather heats up syrup production

By | Mar 7, 2013

Because of the varying weather conditions this winter season, maple syrup production on the Ithaca College Natural Lands is predicted to be the best season they’ve had, and students in the Natural Resources and Ecology class are reaping the benefits.

College seeks to bolster retention rates

By | Mar 7, 2013

Although Ithaca College exceeds the national averages for retention rates, the college is continuing to work on the issue of affordability.

College begins president assessment

By | Mar 6, 2013

Ithaca College has launched a “Comprehensive Presidential Assessment,” which will review the performance of President Tom Rochon.

Revived club keeps cultural interaction alive

By | Mar 6, 2013

Ithaca College’s Cultural Connections Club is working to revive international integration on campus for students who are interested in or have returned from studying abroad.