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Full card key access begins in residences

By | Jan 29, 2009

All students living on campus will be able to use their ID cards to enter their residence halls beginning Tuesday, and after spring break, they will be required to do so. The system, initially suggested in 2006 to improve residence hall security, replaces locks on all outer doors of residence halls but leaves key locks…

Plan for Residential Life sets five-year goals

By | Nov 15, 2007

In the next five years, several of the most basic facets of residential life, from how dormitory common rooms are lit to how students open their own rooms, will completely change. Some already have. On Nov. 5, the Office of Residential Life released its master plan to the campus on its Web site. The plan…

Stargazers gather at observatory

By | Nov 1, 2007

Last Friday, members of the Ithaca College community hoping to visit the Clinton B. Ford Observatory on a public viewing night were disappointed as a thunderstorm rolled in and eliminated all chance of seeing the stars. Dan Briotta, professor of physics at Ithaca College, said the possibility of interferences like this was expected. “If you’re…

Professor’s knowledge of languages engages students

By | Sep 21, 2007

When Sabatino Maglione, professor of Spanish and Italian at Ithaca College, immigrated with his family to America from Italy in 1955, his grandfather offered him advice he still remembers today. “America is a free country, but freedom comes with a responsibility,” his grandfather said. “You will find in America wonderful things and things that might…

Leadership Scholars double

By | Apr 26, 2007

For some students, scholarships such as the Student Leadership Scholarship make the cost of college more manageable. For others, like sophomore Katherine Ulicky, it makes all the difference in deciding where to go to school. “Had I not received enough financial aid from Ithaca [College], I wouldn’t be able to afford to come here,” Ulicky…

Student dedicates self to helping others through career and service

By | Apr 5, 2007

For the next five weeks, The Ithacan will feature graduating seniors who have made significant contributions to the college and community. Community service and helping others run in Laura Teeter’s family. Her mother is a nurse, her father is a retired firefighter and Laura studies physical therapy, a profession she sees as a chance to…

Competition to collect water for New Orleans

By | Feb 22, 2007

When some residents of New Orleans turn on the tap, contaminated brown water still comes out, even a year and a half after Hurricane Katrina. Deb Mohlenhoff, coordinator of community leadership and student development, said tap water in New Orleans is so contaminated even purification filters fail to make it drinkable. “It’s still like drinking…