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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 23, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Ad Lab poster called out for racist stereotyping

By | Oct 22, 2019

An advertisement that hangs in a classroom in the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College was marked with comments calling it racist.

College dedicates bench to deceased student

By | Oct 7, 2019

The bench is decorated with a plaque inscribed with the name of former Ithaca College student Kelly Perkins, who died in a car accident in March. 

Ithaca College adopts new Emergency Notification System

By | Sep 18, 2019

Ithaca College has adopted a new Emergency Notification System equipped with an app and more safety features for the college community.

Dean of School of Music to leave Ithaca College

By | Sep 13, 2019

Karl Paulnack, dean of the School of Music at Ithaca College, will leave the college at the end of the 2019–20 academic year.

UPDATE: Police say suspicious person posed no threat

By | Sep 6, 2019

The Tompkins County Sherrif’s Office said a suspicious person was reported on the Ithaca College campus at approximately 6 p.m. Sept. 6.

Volunteers keep on-campus food pantry stocked

By | Sep 4, 2019

The college has completely relied on volunteers to stock and manage The Pantry since it first opened Feb. 21. The Pantry is an on-campus food pantry.

New H&S dean aims to build stability and strengthen identity

By | Sep 2, 2019

Melanie Stein was selected to be the dean of the Ithaca College School of Humanities and Sciences in March and started in her position July 1.

Sophomores stress over fall housing selection

By | Aug 28, 2019

When sophomores tried to select housing over the summer, the housing portal was shut down because their preferences were largely unavailable.

Ithaca College honors Class of 2019 at Commencement

By | May 19, 2019

Ithaca College’s Class of 2019 was encouraged to go boldly into a future supporting equity and inclusiveness at the college’s 124th Commencement.

Faculty Council elects 2019 board

By | May 12, 2019

La Jerne Cornish, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, announced at the May 7 Faculty Council meeting that IC did not hit the target enrollment for the Class of 2023.

Students protest sexual violence against women of color

The protest, “Walk Out: The Fight for What’s Right,” was run by OURstory is not HIStory: Femmes of Color Embracing our Truths, an organization that was created this semester.

Faculty Council reexamines lost intellectual property rights policy

By | Apr 24, 2019

Faculty Council is reevaluating an IP rights policy proposed four years ago but lost in the approval process, preventing it from being enacted.