Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit has partnered with Ithaca College this semester to offer late-night service with half-hour stops Thursdays through Saturdays.
ICView, Ithaca College’s alumni magazine, brought in a new senior editor this semester. Robin Roger, former editor of the UT Journal at the University of Tampa, joined ICView’s editorial board last June.
Lis Maurer’s work as director of the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach and Services has resulted in the recognition of Ithaca College as one of the nation’s top LGBT-friendly colleges. Staff Writer Elma Gonzalez sat down with Maurer to discuss the history of the center and her plans for its future.
A new Asian American studies minor, proposed by the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity, has gained the support of student organizations and will soon be submitted for approval.
When senior Samantha Corrado was in kindergarten, her teacher asked her to draw what she wanted to be when she grew up. She sketched herself next to a dog standing on top of the world.
The Student Government Association kicked off its spring electoral campaign this week to encourage the student body to vote for all senator and executive board positions.
Sandra Moran, a Guatemalan activist, artist, lesbian and feminist, will speak at Ithaca College on April 7 as part of her East Coast tour, “Women’s Right to Live” through the Guatemalan Human Rights Commission. Staff Writer Elma Gonzalez spoke with Moran about her passion for human rights activism.
After a semester focused primarily on the promotion of school spirit, SGA hosted three outreach events last week to hear student feedback and gear up for next semester.
Candidate for provost and vice president of academic affairs, Abiodun Goke-Pariola, spoke yesterday at a session for students, faculty and staff about the importance of integrative learning, faculty expectations and his plans for achieving excellence at Ithaca College.
Ithaca College celebrated a double victory Saturday. On the field, the football team won by a score of 30–6 over Utica College. And in the stands, students worked together to redirect 40 percent of the game’s waste to compost and recycling.