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September 22, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Graduate studies at the crossroads

By | Apr 15, 2010

In the middle of a push for Ithaca College to redefine its institutional mission, administrators are faced with making a decision that could affect the fate of the college’s graduate program. The administration is currently considering whether the Division of Graduate and Professional Studies should decentralize and become a component of the individual schools, overseen…

Ten-year plan to transform downtown

By | Apr 1, 2010

Downtown Ithaca may see major changes over the next 10 years to attract more business and integrate Ithaca College into the community, including making the downtown area more pedestrian-friendly and better transportation to the college.

C.K. Williams reads from original works

By | Apr 1, 2010

C.K. Williams, a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author of ten books, spoke at 7:30 p.m. yesterday in Clark Lounge. His talk was a part of Ithaca College’s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series.

Professor lectures on white supremacy and race relations

By | Mar 27, 2010

Alan Gómez, a former professor at Ithaca College who now serves as an assistant professor of social justice at Arizona University, spoke at 7 p.m. last night in Klingenstein Lounge. The event was a part of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity’s annual discussion series.

Employment rates remain low for graduates

By | Oct 22, 2009

Brian Kaiser ’09 is working part time at Best Buy in Brockport, N.Y. Even though Kaiser earned a degree in computer information systems while at Ithaca College, he said he has had no luck in finding a job suited to his field of study. Kaiser is currently using a headhunting company and searching online for…

New rabbi avid to work at college

By | Oct 1, 2009

Rabbi Daniel Grodnitzky is the newest addition to the staff of the Kosher Kitchen, located in the Terraces Dining Hall, where he serves as the mashgiach, kosher supervisor, of the kitchen. Grodnitzky and his wife, Reuvena Leah, recently moved to Ithaca with their 1-year-old son. The couple hold weekly Shabbat dinners, host “Jewish Jam Nights”…