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The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

Fae Dremock, assistant professor in the environmental science department, leads an Alluvian meeting Nov. 3. The online student-run environmental journals next issue, Cohesion, will focus on the connections among different environments.

Environmental journal Alluvian plants its roots on IC campus

By Daniel Hart, Contributing Writer November 9, 2016
Alluvian, which is published each season, is Ithaca College’s only online student-run environmental journal.
Junior Taylor Ford, accompanied by Sophomore Talia Sklonik and Junior Peter Zibinski, hand Nancy Pringle, senior vice president and general counsel for the Division of Human and Legal Resources, a petition with 468 signatures from the campus community, showing their support for part and full-time contingent faculty unionization on April 27.

Ithaca College students deliver petition to administration

By Sophia Tulp, Assistant News Editor April 27, 2016
Ithaca College students delivered a petition with 468 signatures, showing their support for contingent faculty unionization, to Nancy Pringle, senior vice president and general counsel for the Division of Human and Legal Resources, on April 27.
Junior Sean Phillips climbs up the rock wall in the Fitness Center on Nov. 2. He, along with about 10 to 20 students, participate every night.

Ready to Rock: Ithaca College students embrace rock climbing

By Vinica Weiss, Assistant Sports Editor November 4, 2015
Climbers embrace the physical and mental challenges of the sport both indoors at the Fitness Center and outdoors on their own time.

College students show discontent with national climate plan initiative

By Natalie Shanklin, Contributing Writer October 1, 2014
The United Nations Climate Summit took place Sept. 23 in New York City, where world leaders came together to draft a framework for their fight against human-induced climate change. Upon analyzing the meeting’s outcome, some people in the Ithaca College community felt the draft could have been more comprehensive.
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