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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

August 22, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Illegal behavior continues at Ithaca gorges despite patrols

By , | Aug 31, 2016

The City of Ithaca employed rangers to patrol the dams along Six Mile Creek this summer and enforce swimming and cliff jumping bans. Despite the pilot program, city officials said it has only had marginal success in enforcing rules and that violations are increasing as Ithaca College students return to school.

Ithaca College students discuss mental health intersectionality

By | Apr 24, 2016

“LGBT people, POC and other marginalized groups are here too, and their/our mental health is important and should be talked about more both in general and within those communities,” Lopez said.

Ithaca College hosts panel on climate change

By | Apr 16, 2016

Ithaca College’s Textor 102 was crowded with almost 300 students, faculty, staff and community members April 13. Experts offered firsthand accounts of international sustainability efforts, urging audience members to get involved with local efforts any way they can.

Business school senior finds purpose in busy schedule

By | Apr 6, 2016

On many school nights, Amanda Lee, a senior with sleek red hair, can be found in Ithaca College’s School of Business poring over her laptop and rapidly typing notes, organizing Excel documents and managing work for numerous clubs.

Ithaca College H&S school expands program opportunities

By | Mar 6, 2016

By increasing collaborative efforts, the Ithaca College School of Humanities and Sciences is expanding the number and nature of its programs to attract different kinds of students and offer more diverse opportunities.

Ithaca College honor students find issues with program changes

By , | Feb 27, 2016

Many Ithaca College honors students are having difficulty completing the honors program since it underwent structural changes in Fall 2013. Students say the new requirements are too complicated, numerous and restrictive.

Gerontology speaker discusses future of long-term health care

By | Feb 26, 2016

Students and community members learned about the complex history, evolution and future of long-term health care in a talk by a public health expert from Syracuse University.

Rochon paid above the median salary at private institutions

By | Feb 17, 2016

Rochon’s total compensation for the 2013 calendar year, the most recent year for which data is available, was $458,318. This includes base pay, bonus pay, nontaxable and “other.”

Q&A: New Ithaca College dean discusses goals for H&S school

By | Feb 9, 2016

I want to think very creatively and proactively about accelerating faculty diversity through recruitment in order to meet the needs of students in a changing time.

Ithaca College staff cuts will not include filled positions

By | Jan 27, 2016

An Ithaca College administrator announced at the Jan. 21 All-College Meeting that the initiative to cut 40 staff positions over the course of the 2015–16 academic school year will no longer include positions that are currently filled.

Fourth H&S Dean candidate visits Ithaca College

By | Dec 16, 2015

Vincent Wang, associate dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Richmond, interviewed to replace Leslie Lewis. Lewis left the college in June to accept the position of provost and vice president of academic affairs at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland.

Third H&S dean finalist visits college

By | Dec 9, 2015

The third of four finalists for the position of dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences came to Ithaca College on Dec. 8 to do interviews and meet with administrators, faculty, staff and students. Heather Lobban-Viravong, associate dean and associate professor of English at Grinnell College, interviewed to replace Leslie Lewis.