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January 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

BREAKING: Collado announces resignation of VP for enrollment

By | Jan 8, 2019

Gerard Turbide, vice president for enrollment management, has resigned from the college.

Commentary: Protestant chaplain reflects on time at IC

By | Oct 30, 2018

My resignation, while not an easy decision, is something I have chosen to do for my own health.

Administrative departures create uncertainty for academic year

By | Aug 25, 2016

Ithaca College’s senior leadership has seen a significant number of administrative departures, leaving the college with uncertainty about what will be accomplished throughout the remainder of his tenure.

Ithaca College Provost Benjamin Rifkin steps down July 31

By The Ithacan | Jul 19, 2016

Benjamin Rifkin, provost and vice president for educational affairs at Ithaca College, announced he will resign from his administrative role effective July 31.

Two Ithaca College faculty directors to step down

By | May 4, 2016

Two Ithaca College administrators have announced they will be stepping down from their positions, claiming a lack of administrative support from the college.

SGA and Board of Trustees discuss presidential search plan

By | Feb 10, 2016

Members of the Ithaca College Student Government Association executive board met with the Ithaca College Board of Trustees on Feb. 9 to discuss a plan for the presidential search.

Ithaca College SGA vice president of campus affairs resigns

By | Jan 7, 2016

The Ithaca College Student Government Association announced that sophomore Yena Seo, vice president of campus affairs, has resigned from her position.

Ithaca College faculty vote no confidence in President Rochon

By , | Dec 14, 2015

A majority of faculty members have voted no confidence in President Tom Rochon as the results of the Faculty Council no confidence vote were released the morning of Dec. 14.

Letter to the Editor: Alum calls for Rochon’s resignation

By | Nov 22, 2015

The summary is, Rochon’s priorities (and potentially heart) aren’t what Ithaca College really needs, now.