The Office of Public Safety is investigating three separate reports of burglaries from Terrace 6, East Tower and Holmes Hall.
The Ithaca College senior class executive board has chosen Amy Kule ’87, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade executive producer, as this year’s commencement speaker.
Scott Golder is an academic in life, but a comedian at heart. He was always sure he would go to college and receive a doctorate. He has studied linguistics and computer science at Harvard University, was a graduate student at MIT Media Laboratory’s Sociable Media Group and has worked for Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Microsoft. He…
Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, brought the national immigration debate to the forefront of the Ithaca College community this week by outlining his own journey of “coming out” as an undocumented immigrant living in the United States.
A girl spirals around a golden pole upside down as she holds on with one hand. She brings herself to the ground and crawls toward a grinning middle-aged man. She stretches her leg onto the man’s shoulder, slaps her thigh and lifts her garter. The man places a single dollar in it with a smile.
During her college career, Lauren Berger worked in 15 different internships including top-notch companies like MTV, FOX, BWR Public Relations and NBC. Eventually, Berger graduated with a degree in organizational business communications from the University of Central Florida.
Ithaca College has begun the interview process for the next Vice President for Institutional Advancement, who will take current vice president, Shelley Semmler’s, position after she retires in February.
John Henry Gonzalez, co-founder of the Small-Scale Farmers’ Movement of Cajibio in Colombia, has been advocating for farmers’ rights since his organization’s founding in 1980. As part of the movement, Gonzalez took part in a debate with Álvaro Uribe Vélez, former president of Colombia in 2008, and led a 500,000-person march to the capital following…
The Constructionists, this year’s executive board of the Student Government Association, began the semester by spearheading several new initiatives, including a charity program, shuttle proposal and a newly institutionalized Spirit Week.