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Climate change journalist and author visits campus

Climate change journalist and author visits campus

By Kristen TomkowidMegan Devlin, Staff Writers April 22, 2013
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 Kacey Deamer, Online Editor April 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 Sabrina Knight, Assistant News Editor April 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 Sage Daugherty, Staff Writer April 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.
Senior Grace Goodhew snuggles with one of the guide dogs in training that is part of the Guiding Eyes for the Blind program at Ithaca College. Goodhew also practices yoga regularly and teaches courses in it downtown.

Senior helps train Guiding Eyes puppies

By Kelsey Fowler, Senior Writer April 18, 2013
Puppies selected for the Guiding Eyes for the Blind program are, in part, chosen for their confidence, something senior Grace Goodhew, an aging studies major with a focus in management and administration, knows a thing or two about.
Bryan Roberts, assistant dean of student services, sits at his desk Monday. Roberts is helping the college move course override forms online.

Park implements online course request system

By Lindsey Witmer, Staff Writer April 18, 2013
The Roy H. Park School of Communications is piloting the new online course registration override form, which is being beta-tested for the ongoing Fall 2013 registration. With this form, all override requests for courses in the Park School will be done online.

IC community to review Middle States report

By Sabrina Knight, Assistant News Editor April 18, 2013
The Middle States Public Review Report is currently under review and is open for comments as it is being prepared by a group of faculty, staff and administrators.
From left, Steven Katz speaks with David Corn, both work for Mother Jones. The independent news outlet received the fifth annual Izzy Award.

Mother Jones representatives accept Izzy Award

By Mary Slack, Staff Writer April 18, 2013
Independent media and investigative reporting were in the spotlight as recipients for Mother Jones received the fifth Annual Izzy Awards on Wednesday.

Rochon received 12.2 percent raise in 2011

By Kelsey O'Connor, Editor in Chief April 18, 2013
President Tom Rochon received a 12.2 percent increase in salary in 2011, according to the latest Internal Revenue Service 990 form released by Ithaca College.
From left, freshmen Jen Goehring, Kristen Pompey, Cameron Fitch and Lindsey Adelstein attend a vigil at the Textor Ball on Wednesday. It was held  to remember the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions, which left three people dead and 176 injured Monday. Thirty-four people attended the vigil.

Community unites after fatal bombings at Boston Marathon

By Kelsey O'ConnorSabrina Knight, Editor in Chief and Assistant News Editor April 18, 2013
Ithaca College students gathered Wednesday night to lend each other support in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. Thirty-four students stood in a circle by the Textor Ball holding candles and sharing comforting words.
Students rally for IC divestment

Students rally for IC divestment

By Mary Slack, Staff Writer April 18, 2013
“Divest, divest, put fossil fuels to rest!” could be heard chanted from Free Speech Rock Thursday afternoon as more than 70 students rallied for the college’s divestment from the fossil fuel industry.

Expert to address undocumented Latino/a youth

By Lisa Famularo, Staff Writer April 17, 2013
The Ithaca College Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity will host Felipe Vargas and Mariela Nunez-Janes, experts on Latino/a youth.
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