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President signs historic health care bill into law

By | Mar 26, 2010

After months of intense political debate and decades of failed attempts, health care reform in America is now law. President Barack Obama signed a sweeping health care reform bill into law Tuesday afternoon that will mandate that most American citizens have health insurance by 2014 — offering government subsidized exchange programs and young adults the…

College announces budget for 2010-11 academic year

By | Feb 19, 2010

The Ithaca College Board of Trustees has approved the budget for the 2010-11 academic year. According to a college announcement earlier today, the total cost of attendance will be increased by 4.8 percent, bringing the cost of tuition, room and board to $45,944. Tuition at the college next year will be $33,630, with fees for…

Administration makes staff cuts

By | Aug 27, 2009

As a record number of incoming freshmen begin classes this fall, resulting in the hiring of additional adjuncts to meet the students’ needs, the Rochon administration has eliminated some staff positions in the name of “efficiency and effectiveness.” In addition to eliminating a number of vacant positions, the college has begun terminating employees. President Tom…

Students to lobby for global awareness

By | Oct 25, 2007

Thousands of students, including 31 from Ithaca College, will rally on the steps of Capitol Hill next week to demand positive action for climate control at the Power Shift 2007 conference. The youth summit, sponsored by the Energy Action Coalition, will be held from Nov. 2 to 5 at the University of Maryland College Park…

Harvesting a healthy campus

By | Sep 21, 2007

Nestled in a corner between Williams and Phillips halls is a harvest of free food students rush past every day. Green beans, tomatoes, carrots and broccoli are just some of the vegetables are produced every year in the Ithaca College Environmental Society’s (ICES) organic garden. One of ICES main goals is to educate students about…