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September 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Campus takes action to eliminate invasive grass

By | Oct 11, 2010

Members of the Ithaca College community have joined forces to try and stop the spread of Japanese stilt grass, an invasive plant species that arrived on the college’s campus four years ago.

Grad schools prep for new GRE testing

By | Sep 30, 2010

Graduate programs at Ithaca College are preparing for a restructured version of the Graduate Record Examination, a graduate entry test offered by Education Testing Services. The test, commonly referred to as the GRE, will have different questions, a different scoring system and a new format in August.

Speaker presents on diversity issues to freshmen

By | Sep 16, 2010

Diversity speaker Maura Cullen spoke to the class of 2014 yesterday in Emerson Suites, offering advice on topics like peer pressure, gender inequality, cultural differences and suicide — all while eliciting laughs and periodically coaxing the crowd to do the wave.

New staff member looks to enhance college’s social media use

By | Sep 2, 2010

Rachel Reuben, the new associate vice president of marketing communications at Ithaca College earned an MBA in marketing and management from SUNY-New Paltz in 2009, has an active Twitter account and blogs regularly. The 30-year-old hopes to bring fresh ideas to the table as she works to create a new identity for the college. Contributing…

New staffer hopes to revitalize college’s social media presence

By | Aug 30, 2010

Rachel Reuben, the new vice president of marketing and communication at Ithaca College, is no stranger to social networking sites. Contributing Writer Kate Calleri spoke with Reuben about her new job, goals, Twitter and the college’s new online identity.