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UNESCO Chair discusses global interdependence

By | Apr 25, 2013

Amii Omara-Otunnu, the UNESCO chair for the U.S., visited Ithaca College on Monday night, where he discussed contention between government and human rights in the 21st century.

Sandra Steingraber released from jail

By | Apr 25, 2013

Ithaca College distinguished scholar-in-residence Sandra Steingraber was released from the Chemung County Jail at about 12:20 a.m. Thursday, according to her spokesperson.

Colleges consider accepting massive open online course credits

By | Apr 25, 2013

As the price of four-year public and private universities increases nationwide, online education companies are offering up massive open online courses, MOOCs, as a way to bring higher education to students who cannot afford the traditional campus experience.

Fall biology class to feature Caribbean trip

By | Apr 25, 2013

Next semester, students in the new class, Biology of Oceanic Islands, will spend 10 days in January sailing around the Caribbean Islands, collecting samples of the ocean water and ecosystem while working as a functioning boat crew.

Construction to resume on East Clinton Street Bridge

By | Apr 24, 2013

Expect a detour around the East Clinton Street Bridge beginning Monday as one lane will be closed while construction resumes from last year.

More than Me founder discusses inspiration

By | Apr 24, 2013

Katie Meyler, founder of More than Me, speaks about growing up, the inspiration behind More than Me and her response to those who object to the foundation’s approach to Africa.

Politics professor challenges students

By | Apr 24, 2013

Adnan Selimovic, instructor in the politics department, is a new professor to Ithaca College this year. He is working to finish his dissertation on youth cultures and technology while teaching courses at the college.

Student group to hold event for Autism Awareness Month

By | Apr 23, 2013

IC Autism Awareness will hold a “Spread the Word to End the Word” event to raise awareness about autism and the harm of the word “retarded” on campus this Thursday.

Climate change journalist and author visits campus

Mark Hertsgaard, independent journalist and author, discussed his research on climate change during a visit to Ithaca College on Friday in Emerson Suites.

TWSM: Boston Marathon

By | Apr 20, 2013

We kept track of some of the tweets circulating at the end of this week and the manhunt came to a close for “This Week in Social Media.”

Public Safety is investigating threatening graffiti

By | Apr 20, 2013

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a report of threatening graffiti written on a chalkboard and whiteboard in a classroom on the third floor of Friends Hall.

Entrepreneur and chair of trustees offers advice to students

By | Apr 19, 2013

Tom Grape ’80, entrepreneur and chair of the Ithaca College Board of Trustees, gave students some advice: to follow your passion, take risks and always give back to your community.