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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 25, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

SGA plans to collaborate for increased exposure

By | Dec 1, 2011

The Ithaca College Student Government Association is advancing its goal to promote “transparency” in its organization.

Campus gears up for bicycle shelters

By | Nov 17, 2011

What began as a project for an Environmental Science and Technology class has developed into a more expansive initiative to promote bike usage and supply covered bike storage across the Ithaca College campus.

Connecting religion and gaming

By | Nov 14, 2011

Rachel Wagner, associate professor of religion at Ithaca College, recently published “Godwired: Religion, Ritual and Virtual Reality,” a book that explores the connection between religion and virtual reality. In her study, she urges video game players to think critically about the virtual worlds they interact with and discusses how they perpetuate certain stereotypical views of…

SGA vote backs equal drug policy

By | Oct 27, 2011

Students for Sensible Drug Policy at Ithaca College is moving forward with its initiative to equalize disciplinary penalties for marijuana and alcohol possession after receiving support from the Student Government Association.

SGA to add international student senator position

By | Oct 17, 2011

The Ithaca College Student Government Association has announced plans to add a new international senator position beginning in the 2012-13 academic year in an effort to expand international student representation.

Slam poet beats odds

By | Oct 11, 2011

Roderick “Odd?Rod” Borisade, a spoken-word poet, has starred in commercials and published three poetic biographies about his life struggles. Though he was raised in poverty with a drug-addicted mother and absent father, he attended North Florida University and graduated in 2005.

College awarded $1.2 million science grant

By | Sep 29, 2011

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1.2 million grant to Ithaca College to encourage students to pursue teaching careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

Acceptance stressed in first-year experience speech

By | Sep 14, 2011

Through a series of interactive and introspective exercises, Maura Cullen, this year’s featured First-Year Experience speaker, explored the various stereotypes of race, gender, socioeconomic class and sexual orientation, and the effects they have on our society. Cullen opened her speech by stressing the importance of respecting each other’s differences. “My hope is that [students] realize…