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New VP chosen for institutional advancement

By | Jan 26, 2012

President Tom Rochon has selected Christopher Biehn as the new vice president for institutional advancement.


VP applicants to be reviewed by president

By | Dec 1, 2011

The candidates for a new vice president for institutional advancement have completed their interviews and Ithaca College President Tom Rochon is now poised to choose the new addition to the administration.


Entrepreneurial contest inspires student innovation

By | Dec 1, 2011

Three student groups have been chosen as the first-place winners of Ithaca College’s first Business Idea Competition, sponsored by the School of Business, in the categories of web service, product and software.


The dish on debt

By | Nov 17, 2011

For junior Brittan Binder, coming to Ithaca College meant making a conscious decision value experience over cost when it came to her education.


Season of protest

By | Nov 10, 2011

In a time of global unrest, Ithacans are standing up to protest economic, social and environmental issues.


Svante Myrick prevails in primary election

By | Sep 15, 2011

Svante Myrick, Ithaca 4th Ward representative and 2009 Cornell University graduate, won the democratic mayoral primary election for the City of Ithaca on Tuesday.


Sept. 8 issue delayed

By | Sep 8, 2011

Delivery of the Sept. 8 issue of The Ithacan has been delayed due to today’s severe flooding.


Flooding delays college opening

By | Sep 8, 2011

Ithaca College delayed opening until noon today due to of severe flooding in Tompkins County.


Collegetown apartment fire causes Cornell student death

By | May 6, 2011

One Cornell University student was found dead following a fire at a Collegetown apartment building early today, according to The Ithaca Journal.


IC enrollment may hit mark

By | May 5, 2011

As final deposits trickle in, it appears Ithaca College will meet its enrollment goals for 2011-12.


Public Safety investigates reported apartment burglary

By | Nov 30, 2010

The Office of Public Safety is investigating a reported burglary in Building 11 of the Ithaca College Circle Apartments.


Falsely reported robbery linked to self-inflicted injury

By | Sep 1, 2010

Freshman Daniel Halliday has been issued an appearance ticket for the Town of Ithaca court and charged with falsely reporting an incident — a third degree Class A misdemeanor — Dave Maley, associate director of media relations at Ithaca College, said.