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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

June 20, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Getting to the core of the 35th annual Applefest

By | Sep 27, 2017

“It’s interesting to watch this festival grow over the years from a kind of ‘kid’ fair to now an ‘adult’ fair.”

Women Leaders Series explores complexities of modern feminism

By | Mar 8, 2017

The Women Leaders Series expanded to allow all women to explore their potential as leaders, on a personal and professional level.

Rochon visits Chris Burch to discuss relationship with college

By | Apr 27, 2016

President Tom Rochon visited J. Christopher Burch ’76, CEO of Burch Creative Capital and co-founder of the Tory Burch women’s fashion label, at his resort in Sumba, Indonesia, in March to discuss how Burch’s relationship with the college would continue.

Ithaca College student’s clothing company wins $20,000

By | Apr 22, 2016

Malaika Apparel Co., a business created by Ithaca College senior Rita Bunatal, won the grand prize of $20,000 and the audience choice award of $500 at the third annual Business Plan Competition.

Ithaca College President Tom Rochon has complex tenure

By | Nov 19, 2015

Tom Rochon has been president of Ithaca College since July 2008. His tenure has seen several campus initiatives, but it has also been marked by campus controversies and problems with the college’s racial climate.

Students circulate document against Rochon at Family Weekend

By , | Nov 7, 2015

At several Family Weekend events around campus, POC at IC handed out a document called “The Case Against Tom Rochon” to guests.

Addressing a community with racism and cultural bias

By | Oct 27, 2015

There is a culture of fear here at Ithaca College.

Letter to the Editor: IC needs to educate campus on racism

By | Oct 23, 2015

IC, like most educational institutions, has, in decades past, done a poor job educating students about racism and its myriad forms.

Commentary: Insights on Immersive Learning from the Blue Sky Reimagining

By | Oct 21, 2015

Immersive learning increases self-awareness and empathy when conducted in diverse teams.

Open Letter: Faculty disappointed with Blue Sky kickoff

By | Oct 19, 2015

In its guiding assumptions, the event appeared to dismiss and even disparage the idea that a rich and valuable undergraduate education is critically tied to what happens in the classroom, where close, diligent and serious attention to intellectual ideas, problems and texts are the central focus.