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Students celebrate Israel

By | Apr 26, 2007

For the first time in five years, Ithaca College celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, with crafts, music, food, hookahs and educational materials Sunday in IC Square. “I’m just here for the delicious kosher food,” said senior Elyssa Kolber. “No, I’m just kidding. I love the country … . The Israeli culture is beautiful. The…

Preventative measures

By | Mar 30, 2007

Eliot Spitzer said whether the HPV vaccine “will be mandated is something that will be looked at” by the governor, according to the Associated Press. Many other states across the country have introduced similar bills in an attempt to stop the virus from spreading, some of which require all women ages 9 to 26 to…

Tuition increase sets costs near $40,000

By | Feb 22, 2007

Ithaca College’s board of trustees has approved a $1,838 tuition increase — the largest in the college’s history. The undergraduate tuition for 2007–08 has been set at $28,670. This is a 6.85 percent increase, which is also the largest percentage increase in the last 15 years. Fees for standard double room occupancy, board and health…

Former chair exceeds term

By | Feb 15, 2007

At this week’s board of trustees meeting, an acting chair will lead the committee because of a mistake in calculating the former chair William Haines’ term, according to Nancy Pringle, vice president of legal affairs for Ithaca College. In 2000, bylaws were enacted stating the chair of the board could serve a maximum of five…