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After Shirley M. Collado, former president of Ithaca College, departed her position, the college has established a new scholarship that will aim to give tuition assistance to first-generation students in her name. 

New scholarship established in Shirley Collado’s name

By Elijah de Castro, News Editor February 2, 2022
Collado will be receiving the Latin honor President Emerita — a Latin honors distinction awarded when one leaves an institution that allows them to retain the title of their position.
Senior Kendall Riley is a Martin Luther King (MLK) scholarship recipient and a Resident Assistant. Riley describes his difficult experience with the MLK program but he is hopeful it will improve.

Commentary: MLK Scholar discusses program issues

By Kendall RIley September 8, 2021
I’m hopeful that with a new director for the program, the program will begin to feel like a supportive community again just as it did my freshman year. 
Junior Eliana Berger presented her paper on an 18th-century British periodical called “The Parrot” on Jan. 5 in Oxford, England. Her work analyzes the portrayal of identity.

Junior’s paper peers into past periodicals

By Liza Gillespie January 29, 2019

An 18th-century British periodical that disguised political commentary through an innocuous narrator — a bird —  inspired a paper by Ithaca College junior Eliana Berger that illustrated how oppressed...

Sara Haefeli, associate professor of music theory, history and composition and editor in chief of the Journal of Music History Pedagogy, recently published her first issue on academic information literacy.

Q&A: Professor publishes research guide about innovative composer

By Krissy Waite, Staff Writer February 5, 2018
The book "John Cage: a Research and Information Guide” is about Cage and his life as a composer and artist and on his political influence in society.
Those who attended the remembrance gathering took time to relfect at the plaque and tree erected outside of the Dorothy D. and Roy H. Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise building in memory of former student Anthony Nazaire.

College remembers the life of former IC student Anthony Nazaire

By Grace Elletson, News Editor September 11, 2017
The gathering was held to commemorate Nazaire, who was stabbed and killed after leaving a party at Cornell University.
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