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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 20, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

WATCH: Gun advocate speaker Larry Pratt incites protests at IC

By , | Nov 13, 2017

Students lined the hallway in Textor, protesting Larry Pratt, a conservative gun advocate who spoke at the college Nov. 9.

Faculty Council planning closed meetings

By | Oct 4, 2017

The proposed meetings, called “working sessions” are held separately from the council’s monthly public meetings.

Res Life begins new policy to confiscate violations

By | Oct 3, 2017

“The fact that the school is able to come into a place where we live and take things isn’t OK,” sophomore Colin Hays said.

Ithaca College makes campus renovations over the summer

By | Aug 28, 2017

As students return to campus for the fall semester, they will notice that Ithaca College looks different than when they left at the end of the spring semester.

Students and alumna receive Fulbright awards

By | May 2, 2017

The U.S. government-sponsored program provides the winners with grants to conduct research on topics of their choosing or to teach English in affiliated countries.

MLK Scholars present on millennial activism

By | May 1, 2017

Seniors in the Martin Luther King Scholar Program presented on their examination of the role of social media in millennial activism.

Ithaca College to implement new degree evaluation program

By | Apr 17, 2017

Over the next few months, Ithaca College will be replacing and upgrading its degree evaluation system in HomerConnect with Degree Works software.

New class registration process implemented

By | Apr 4, 2017

Administrators say the new system is being introduced as the first step in creating a less confusing registration experience for students and faculty.

Ithaca College flu numbers expected to exceed last year

By | Mar 1, 2017

So far, 148 students have been diagnosed with influenza or an influenza-like illness since the beginning of the fall semester, as of Feb. 27.

Ithaca bound refugee families halted by immigration ban

By | Feb 8, 2017

In the fall, the U.S. Department of State gave Catholic Charities of Tompkins and Tioga County permission to bring 50 refugees to Ithaca.

Free college plan likely to have impact on Ithaca College

By | Jan 31, 2017

Van der Werf also said the issue of finances is obviously not the only aspect of making a college decision, and he said the education itself should be factored in.

Ithaca College celebrates MLK’s roots

By , | Jan 25, 2017

The events of this year’s celebration are centered around “the ultimate weakness of violence,” a topic taken from King’s last book, “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?”