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Author recognized for advocacy

By | Sep 22, 2011

After being diagnosed with bladder cancer as a college student, author Sandra Steingraber began researching the environment’s effects on human health. She has since published four successful books, and a documentary released in 2010.

Convocation sets intellectual goals

By | Sep 1, 2011

As students stepped into the Ben Light Gymnasium Monday, they also stepped into a new chapter of their lives.

Annual Cornell Dump and Run sale kicks off

By | Aug 20, 2011

Students will yet again be able to get rid of extra clutter or pick up some new items for their dorm at the ninth annual Cornell University Dump and Run.

Public Safety investigates series of burglaries

By | Jul 20, 2011

A string of burglaries took place on campus in the past week, prompting the Office of Public Safety to initiate several investigations across Ithaca College.

Seniors recognized for involvement in campus life

By | Apr 22, 2011

Ten graduating seniors at Ithaca College have been chosen to receive the 2010-11 Campus Life Award by the Campus Life Awards Committee. The Campus Life Award recognizes graduating seniors who have made an outstanding commitment and contribution to the campus community by demonstrating leadership abilities across many areas of campus life. The ten recipients for…

College to test new system for registering

By | Mar 3, 2011

After an influx in student complaints last fall, the Office of the Registrar is rethinking the way the college handles online registration for classes.

Fifteen faculty awarded tenure

By | Feb 28, 2011

In addition to setting the budget for the 2011-12 academic year, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees awarded 15 faculty members promotions and tenure. Eight faculty members were granted emeritus status.

2011-12 tuition raised 4.9 percent to $35,278

By | Feb 24, 2011

The Ithaca College Board of Trustees has finalized the budget for the 2011-12 academic year. Tuition will increase by $1,648, from $33,630 to $35,278. The 4.9 percent increase in tuition is the same percentage of increase as last year and more than the 4.8 percent increase the previous year. Next year’s total cost of attendance…

Police brutality case moves to federal court

By | Oct 8, 2010

An Ithaca Police Department abuse and discrimination case involving Ithaca resident, Amy Crockford, has been moved from the New York State Supreme Court in Tompkins County to U.S. Federal District Court in Syracuse, according to court reports.

Student organizes club to fight malnutrition

By | Sep 16, 2010

For sophomore Elizabeth Stoltz, getting involved in the Ithaca College community started with a Plumpy’nut. During her sophomore year in high school, Stoltz said she came across an article about the effects of malnutrition on children in Africa while flipping through an issue of CosmoGirl magazine. She said once she heard about Plumpy’nut, she was…