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Sophomore libero Elli Gaskill came to Ithaca College from Indiana University-Purdue University  Indianapolis in Spring 2020.

Volleyball announces 2020 recruiting class

By Matt Vander Plaat February 19, 2020
The Ithaca College volleyball team has announced the five members of its 2020 recruiting class.
Members of the gymnastics team come from several parts of the nation, including Missouri and Arkansas, to compete.

Gymnasts from all around the country bring talent to the floor

By Akili Dorsey Bell, Contributing Writer December 1, 2015
In recent years, members of the gymnastics team have come from several parts of the country to make a new home at the college.
A Ferguson October participant kneels at a memorial dedicated to  Michael Brown on Canfield Drive in Ferguson, Missouri, where he was shot and killed.

Commentary: Police brutality is unacceptable must be addressed

By Sarah Pearson October 28, 2014
On Oct. 9, exactly two months after Michael Brown’s death, I traveled 875 miles to Ferguson, Missouri, from Ithaca, New York, to attend Ferguson October.
From left, senior outside guard Phil Meranda and senior outside tackle Dylan Rampa face off during practice on Sept. 11. The team will be taking on Hartwick College on Sept. 20 at Butterfield Stadium.

Bombers offensive line adds leadership and stability to football team

By KJ Hammond, Contributing Writer September 17, 2014
KJ Hammond breaks down the experienced offensive line and the stability they bring to the Ithaca College football team.
Michael Brown shooting brings racial inequality to light

Michael Brown shooting brings racial inequality to light

By Sean Eversley Bradwell August 27, 2014

I am a 42-year-old black man with a PhD from an Ivy League university. It doesn’t matter. At various times, I was a younger man who stole from convenience stores, swore in public, listened to loud music,...

Adnan Selimovic spent a year at Ithaca College teaching courses like U.S. Politics Through Scandals and Illicit Drug Trade in the United States. Selimovic encourages his students to question their place in the social structure.

Politics professor challenges students

By Emily Miles, Senior Writer April 24, 2013
Adnan Selimovic, instructor in the politics department, is a new professor to Ithaca College this year. He is working to finish his dissertation on youth cultures and technology while teaching courses at the college.
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