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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 16, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Ithaca College doesn’t enter Great Colleges survey

By | Feb 5, 2014

The deadline to register for The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Great Colleges program is Feb. 17, but Ithaca College decided against entering again this year.

President Rochon opposes Israeli boycott

By | Jan 29, 2014

Tom Rochon has announced his opposition to the American Studies Association’s endorsement of an academic boycott of Israeli higher education institutions in a statement he released via Intercom on Jan. 9.

MLK day hits home with local human rights issue

By | Jan 22, 2014

Students celebrated MLK Day with music, discussion, and the recipient of the 2014 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award, Librada Paz.

Residential Life addresses projected housing shortage

By | Dec 11, 2013

The Office of Residential Life has announced measures to account for the projected housing shortage for returning students in Fall 2014.

Tompkins County to create new wayfinding road signs

By | Dec 4, 2013

The Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce will receive final suggestions from its consulting firm on the implementation of on a plan to redesign signage throughout the county to make navigation simpler.

Meal plan: student uses dining hall food to feed Ithaca’s hungry

By | Nov 20, 2013

Ithaca College sophomore Shawn Davis uses In-the-Bag food donations from students to feed the hungry in Ithaca.

By | Nov 6, 2013

As registration for the spring semester approaches next week, first-year students may now consider new courses specifically designed for the Integrative Core Curriculum.

Executive-in-residence guides business students

By | Oct 30, 2013

Charles “Randy” Christian ’72, executive-in-residence at the School of Business and Ithaca College alumnus, is visiting the college this week and attended a cheese and wine reception the busines school and Center for Faculty Excelence held in his honor Oct. 29.

IC students join national fight for green energy

By | Oct 23, 2013

Roughly 6,000 people in the national movement for clean, renewable energy congregated in Pittsburgh last week to speak out against wasteful energy practices.

Local author defends hunting in new book

By | Oct 9, 2013

Local Author, Gerard Cox explains an ethical defense for hunting in his new book, “Blood on My Hands.”

College increases international students

By | Oct 2, 2013

As the Office of Admission finalized its enrollment numbers for 2013 on Tuesday, it revealed a two-fold increase in international student enrollment since 2009

Ithaca to study sidewalk feasibility

By | Sep 18, 2013

The Ithaca-Tompkins County Transportation Council has allocated $95,000 of federal funding to a study of the feasibility of a sidewalk on Danby Road.