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Part four: Reworking advising for students

By Erica Palumbo, Assistant News Editor April 12, 2012
In the fourth part of a series on IC 20/20, The Ithacan takes a look at the student advising changes highlighted in the 10-year strategic plan.

Two killed, 2 injured in Route 13 car accident

By Elma Gonzalez, Assistant News Editor April 12, 2012
A traffic accident on Route 13 at Cascadilla Street has resulted in two fatalities, according to a press release sent out by the City of Ithaca.

NYC program finalizes applicant pool

By Noreyana Fernando, Staff Writer April 12, 2012
As the pilot semester of Ithaca College’s New York City Center comes to an end, 15 of 21 applicants have been selected for the program next fall. Meanwhile, program coordinators are looking for ways to bolster the center for future applicants.

Dems readjust focus to inspire younger voters

By TinaMarie Craven, Staff Writer April 12, 2012
With Rick Santorum’s announcement Tuesday to drop out of the GOP race, President Barack Obama is turning his campaign sights not only to frontrunner Mitt Romney, but also on gaining political support from the younger generation.

Under the hood

By Candace King, Staff Writer April 5, 2012
Students at Ithaca College and campuses nationwide are pulling up their hoods to shed light on the racial profiling discourse surrounding the Trayvon Martin case.

Talking ’bout my generation

By Jack Curran, Staff Writer March 29, 2012
With the Occupy protests and countless displays of student activism taking place around the world, including Ithaca College, this generation of young people has been associated with activism and civic-mindedness. But new research offers a radically different perspective.

IC 20/20: Bringing the vision into focus

By Patrick Duprey, Online Editor March 22, 2012
As Ithaca College faculty and administrators prepare IC 20/20’s integrative core curriculum for committee and state approval, the five professional schools are making final adjustments to accommodate what some faculty members are calling the most drastic curriculum change in the college’s history.

Body found in Cayuga Inlet

By The Ithacan Staff March 22, 2012
A body has been found in the Cayuga Inlet this morning at Allan H. Treman Marina State Park, according to several media reports.

Freshman housing to take over both Towers

By Lucy Walker, Staff Writer March 8, 2012
The West Tower will join East Tower next fall as part of the First-Year Residential Experience, a shift that marks a step toward more unified freshman housing on campus.

Dean named new president of Carthage

By Kelsey O'Connor, News Editor March 8, 2012
Greg Woodward, dean of the Ithaca College School of Music and longtime faculty member of the college, will become Carthage College’s new president this summer, the college announced Tuesday.

Make or break

By Elma GonzalezErica Palumbo, Assistant News Editors March 8, 2012
For sophomore Yiwei Zhu, spending spring break in Florida last year meant a lot more than basking in the southern sun.

Salt mine to lay off 50 employees

By Laura MurrayMary Apesos, Staff Writers March 1, 2012
The mild winter is taking its toll on another local business.
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