Ithaca College’s Class of 2019 was encouraged to go boldly into a future supporting equity and inclusiveness at the college’s 124th Commencement.
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.
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 is reevaluating an IP rights policy proposed four years ago but lost in the approval process, preventing it from being enacted.
As technology becomes more common in the classroom, faculty and students are entering a debate as to whether it hinders or benefits learning.
The Ithaca College Sexual Violence Prevention Committee hosted its kickoff event April 9 to begin a monthlong series of events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
As the semester comes to an end, members of the Class of 2019 at Ithaca College will be participating in several ceremonies, collecting their graduation regalia and preparing for graduation.
Guilherme Costa, vice president of legal affairs, attended the Faculty Council meeting April 2 to discuss student and faculty copyright ownership of intellectual property at Ithaca College.
The Office of Public Safety at Ithaca College released a message to campus April 3 concerning druggings that occurred at local bars over the weekend.
Mat Fournier, assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, is bringing discussions about transgender children into an academic setting.