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The Ithaca College mens club basketball team will travel to Indiana University to compete at the National Club Basketball Association National Championship.

Men’s club basketball advances to National Championships

By Matt Hornick, Sports Editor April 4, 2018
The Ithaca College men's club basketball team advances to nationals for the first time in team history.
Sarah Grunberg, lecturer in the Department of Sociology, and Derek Adams, assistant professor in the Department of English, present about intergroup dialogue to Faculty Council Sept. 5. They talked about implementing intergroup dialogue into classrooms and about upcoming workshops.

Professors host intergroup dialogue workshops for faculty

By Jessie Stelter, Contributing Writer October 31, 2017
The principles and techniques of intergroup dialogue can be applied to fields outside of just sociology and psychology classes, Derek Adams said.
A. Van Jordan, award-winning writer and poet and visiting professor at Ithaca College for Spring 2017, stood with his wife, President Shirley M. Collado, during her campus tour on the day of her presidential announcement.

Award-winning writer and poet joins Ithaca College

By Ryan King, Staff Writer September 12, 2017
A. Van Jordan, an award-winning writer and poet, will be joining the Ithaca College community. Jordan has won numerous awards for his writing.
Ithaca College students said using cellphones is a part of a set bedtime routine. All 20 students interviewed said they were on their phones before bed for times ranging from 15 minutes to over an hour, affecting the quantity and quality of their sleep.

Recent studies link cellphone use to sleep problems in students

By Annie Estes, Contributing Writer March 30, 2016
Students at Ithaca College and nationwide say they face problems falling asleep and getting enough sleep. Coupled with recent studies on the issue, researchers are saying this could be due to the use of cellphones before bed, and companies like Apple are trying to find ways to change this.
The womens varsity eight competes March 26 at the Cayuga Inlet against William Smith College.

Ithaca College crew opens its spring season

By Danielle Allentuck, Sports Editor March 27, 2016
The men’s team faced off against University of Michigan, Cornell University, Bucknell University and Hobart College, while the women’s team raced William Smith College on March 26.
The mens crew team rows against Colgate University, Marist College and Hamilton College on April 25, 2015, at the Cayuga Inlet. The varsity boat returns three out of its eight members.

Men’s crew will depend on new rowers

By Alyssa Curtis, Staff Writer March 2, 2016
The men's crew team will look to utilize a smaller roster this spring season in order to take down top competitors this spring season.

Editorial: Support can be found in other campus movements

November 11, 2015
This movement, as it becomes nationalized, has fostered the collaboration among different institutions.
Defensive backs coach attends First and Goal Foundation camp

Defensive backs coach attends First and Goal Foundation camp

By Andrew Sullivan, Staff Writer September 2, 2015
Assistant football coach Jack Mronzinski helped fight pediatric cancer over the summer.
Members of men’s crew row against the University of Rochester on April 5, 2014. The South Hill squad graduated seven of eight rowers from its first varsity boat.

Men’s crew looking to build on promising fall season wins

By Adam Brobst, Contributing Writer February 25, 2015
The men's crew team looks to new faces and balanced roster to lead it to its goal of an NCAA championship.
Shirley Hockett, professor emerita at Ithaca College, passed away Sept. 29. She is shown here teaching calculus at Ithaca High School circa 1966. She also taught at the college at the time.

Retired math professor emerita passes away

By Noah Orent and Noreyana Fernando October 9, 2013
The Ithaca College community is saddened by the loss of Shirley Hockett, retired professor emerita of mathematics and computer science and one of the college's most well-known supporters.
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