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The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

Lisa Searle (bottom right) and David Prunty (bottom left) both left the college during Summer 2022, while Scott Doyle (top right) and Caryanne Keenan (top left) started new positions.

IC staff leave and arrive in offices throughout summer 2022

By Noa Ran-Ressler, Contributing Writer August 24, 2022
During the summer many people left and assumed their roles as Ithaca College administrative positions.
Orientation for freshmen and transfer students was held from Aug. 16 to 21, with an option for students to arrive Aug. 14 and participate in Jumpstart programs. Orientation is organized by the Office of New Student and Transition Programs, while Jumpstart is organized by the Office of Student Engagement.

Pre-semester programs see increase in attendance

By Clare Shanahan, Assistant News Editor August 24, 2022
New students flooded onto the IC campus throughout the week of Aug. 15 to attend pre-semester programming which had greater engagement than previous years.
The Student Governance Council also passed one bill that changed responsibilities for academic senators and tabled a bill that recommended creating dean councils for all five schools. It confirmed two senators — a club athlete senator and a School of Business senator. 

SGC discusses collaboration for virtual spring orientation

By Syd Pierre, Staff Writer November 10, 2020
The Ithaca College Student Governance Council discussed possible ideas for spring orientation with Kevin Perry, associate director for NSTP.
First-generation freshmen students went to a program event in the Taughannock Falls room in Ithaca College Square on Aug. 25 as part of the pilot year of the First Look Program, a program to help first-generation students.

New program aims to ease college transition for first-generation students

By Ashley Stalnecker, Staff Writer September 4, 2018
First-generation students are often put at a disadvantage when entering college. Because first-generation college students usually do not have the same historical social, cultural and financial capita
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