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October 25, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Commencement inspires graduates to tackle new responsibility

By | May 23, 2011

Dressed in flowing gowns and brimming with excitement, the Ithaca College class of 2011 gathered in Butterfield Stadium for the 116th commencement ceremony today. The 1,413 undergraduates, 48 graduate students and more than 2,000 supporters took part in the ceremony and heard advice for making a difference in an uncertain future.

Registration pilot solves past concerns

By | May 5, 2011

The 7 a.m. scramble to pick classes on a sluggish HomerConnect ended this semester as Ithaca College tested a time ticketing system for class registration — though students’ reactions to the new format were a mixed bag.

City presents new downtown redesign

By | Apr 28, 2011

In a meeting with a committee of about 25 business owners, college representatives, community planners and elected officials yesterday, the Downtown Ithaca Alliance presented a plan to increase sustainability and business downtown. Gary Ferguson, executive director of the Downtown Ithaca Alliance, said the Downtown 2020 Strategic Plan outlines improvement projects for the downtown area over…

College hosts largest NCUR successfully

By | Apr 7, 2011

After nearly three years of preparation, the largest National Conference on Undergraduate Research took over Ithaca College last week. Though parking and getting around town presented a challenge to students at the college and NCUR participants, the event was a success overall.

Undergraduate conference draws thousands

By | Apr 2, 2011

After nearly three years of preparation, the largest National Conference on Undergraduate Research kicked into action Thursday at Ithaca College. Though parking and getting around town presented a challenge to students at the college and NCUR participants, the event overall went off without a hitch.

Conference to limit parking available on campus

By | Mar 31, 2011

Finding a parking space can be troublesome in Ithaca as it is, but today’s National Conference on Undergraduate Research and a routine street cleaning could make finding a spot on South Hill even more of a hassle for faculty and students.

Center grants Izzy Awards to journalists

By | Mar 24, 2011

The Park Center For Independent Media has chosen journalist Robert Scheer and “City Limits,” an investigative reporting magazine, to receive the third annual Izzy Award for independent journalism.

Price Control

By | Mar 10, 2011

Women may find “the pill” easier to swallow after 15 doctors in Washington, D.C., define the future of women’s reproductive rights.

Ithaca Police Department investigates sexual assault

By | Mar 2, 2011

Ithaca police are investigating a complaint of sexual assault reported from the Hudson Heights studio apartment complex on Coddington Road on Saturday.

Initiative strives to unite grad students

By | Feb 17, 2011

In an effort to expand its student community, Ithaca College’s graduate and professional studies department is creating more opportunities for graduate students to interact and network with peers.

IC to sacrifice lecture space for conference

By | Feb 3, 2011

Professors and lecturers will yield their classrooms to student presenters as the college hosts the National Conference On Undergraduate Research from March 31 to April 2. The college was chosen to host more than 2,000 students and faculty mentors from around the country for the 25th annual conference, which will give undergraduate researchers and artists…

City of Ithaca seeks funds for black history walkway

By | Dec 2, 2010

City officials announced plans to highlight Ithaca’s influence on African-American history with the Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Walkway at a launch party Nov. 16. Now the city is looking for ways to further fund the project.