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September 20, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Ithaca uproots trees for charity

By | Mar 10, 2011

Last week, the Restore the Earth Foundation of Ithaca and RPM Ecosystems of Dryden donated 100,000 cypress trees to Spanish Lake, La., as one of their many projects to help revive wetlands in the Caribbean region.

PostSecret initiative gives club focus

By | Feb 3, 2011

Senior Jessica Beal walked toward the Student Psychology Association board and took in the display before her. The board looked nothing like it does today — devoid of boxes and secrets. She moved her hand toward an index card on which someone wrote with scribbled red Sharpie, “The man who raped me at age 7…

Paul Hamill retires after 25 years at Ithaca College

By | Feb 1, 2011

In his 25 years of employment at Ithaca College, Paul Hamill, director of Grants and Sponsored Programs, has taken on many roles — from helping the college receive grant money to sharing his passion for poetry with the community. Paul Hamill Poetry Reading (Audio) Hamill announced his retirement on Dec. 31 and left his position…

Early decision brings in 270 applications

By | Dec 9, 2010

About 270 students have applied to Ithaca College through the early decision program this year and will be notified whether they have been accepted to the college by Wednesday.

Ithaca faces harsh winds

By | Nov 18, 2010

The City of Ithaca faced harsh weather yesterday with gusts of winds up to 40 miles per hour. Gusts are not expected to continue today.

Professor helps Sudanese refugees reclaim past

By | Oct 28, 2010

Kuol Awan fled his home in southern Sudan when he was 9 years old. Now, for the first time in his life, he is able to look at a picture of himself as a child.

Employees weigh in on job quality

By | Sep 16, 2010

To better assess employee satisfaction and to weigh its strengths as a collegiate employer, Ithaca College tested itself by participating in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s 2010 “Great Colleges to Work For” survey. When the results were announced, the college was not included on the final list of great colleges to work for.