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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

August 23, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Trump’s Universities: What Trump means for higher education

By , | Dec 7, 2016

The nation is looking to Trump to steer the republic — and he has made the direction he has chosen for higher education clearer since the election.

CAPS’ wait times increase as more students request services

By | Nov 14, 2016

Despite an added counselor and phone screening system, an increased number of students at Ithaca College are using counseling services this semester.

Ithaca College students join nationwide rallies against hate

By , | Nov 11, 2016

Students held up anti-hate–themed signs, and some showed their support by honking as they drove by the group. Conversely, one person, riding in a red pickup truck, flipped off the students.

National FAFSA filing date bumped up three months

By | Oct 4, 2016

The U.S. Department of Education has moved the filing date for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to Oct. 1, from the previous Jan. 1 date.

Looking out for student safety: SASP celebrates 45 years at IC

By | Sep 19, 2016

From Mario Kart–style golf-cart chases, to a string of stolen traffic cones, to nighttime trespassers in the natural lands, members of the Student Auxiliary Safety Patrol — now in its 45th year as a student organization — said they have experienced it all while pursuing their mission to make the Ithaca College campus safer.

New IC club uses entrepreneurship for social change in Ithaca

By | Sep 11, 2016

A new club on Ithaca College’s campus seeks to promote social and entrepreneurial opportunities for students to work with local businesses.

IC’s Terrace Dining Hall debuts new look after renovations

By | Aug 22, 2016

Ithaca College’s Terrace Dining Hall celebrated its 50th birthday this year with a facelift, including renovations to the infrastructure, floor space and interior decor.

Kendall Day: A tradition for Ithaca College students continues

By | May 3, 2016

In the backyard of 164 Kendall Ave., crowds of Ithaca College students gathered from neighboring houses in May 2008. There was an endless number of kegs and people — a perfect way to celebrate the semester’s close. Kendall Day was born.

Presidential search sessions show low student attendance

By | Apr 21, 2016

Spencer Stuart, the executive search firm tasked with finding applicants for the ninth president of Ithaca College, met with members of the campus community April 19, however some of the sessions had a low student turnout.

Ithaca College reconsiders chief diversity officer position

By | Apr 20, 2016

President Tom Rochon said he is considering other options for the position — to have one position or transform it into a council. He said he is relying on the Council of Diversity and Inclusion to make a recommendation on how he should proceed.

Ithaca College begins process for reaccreditation

By | Apr 19, 2016

Ithaca College is in the beginning stages of The Middle States Commission on Higher Education reaccreditation process, a procedure to evaluate if the college is reaching certain standards of quality higher education.

Ithaca College professor provides safe space for students of color

By | Apr 3, 2016

Sitting on Derek Adams’ desk in the Muller Faculty Center is a copy of Percival Everett’s novel “I Am Not Sidney Poitier,” a story about a character who is consistently mistaken for Academy Award–winning actor Sidney Poitier. The character decides to travel the U.S. and discover who he is so people will stop labelling him as someone he is not.