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From left, Ithaca College sophomores Nick Pittman, Chris Dexter and Beth Dellea spend time with friends in a same-sex room in the quads on campus.

Cornell introduces gender-inclusive housing

By Sage Daugherty, Online News Editor September 11, 2013
Cornell University has introduced a gender-inclusive housing option that gives undergraduates the opportunity to live with a person of the opposite gender.
From left, Faculty Council members, Deborah Rifkin, John Rosenthal  and Rebecca Lesses consider FYRI changes at their meeting Tuesday.

Faculty Council divided over FYRI

By Michael Tkaczevski, Assistant News Editor September 5, 2013
The Ithaca College Faculty Council began the year by brainstorming possible changes to the First-Year Reading Initiative.

Freshman enrollment surpasses estimates

By Sabrina Knight, News Editor August 30, 2013
Ithaca College has enrolled about 200 more students in the Class of 2017 than it originally projected in May, causing residence halls to exceed their capacities and some departments at the college to accommodate more students than anticipated.
Students in the Class of 2017 participate in a balloon challenge during a social event at Orientation on June 19. The high number of first-years seeking on-campus housing in the fall is so high that the Office of Residential LIfe has had to make additional options available

Over-enrollment causes housing problems for first-year students

By Sabrina Knight, News Editor August 8, 2013
The Office of Residential Life announced Friday that it will no longer need to house students in the Country Inn & Suites because of a miscalculation in the number of upperclassmen students requesting on-campus housing.

First Year program to change based on IC 20/20

By Michael Tkaczevski, Staff Writer February 21, 2013
Changes to the First Year Residential Experience include new events RAs will organize for incoming freshmen. RAs are voicing their concerns about the increased workload.
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