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December 16, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Faculty Council discusses communication with committees

By | Nov 13, 2013

The Ithaca College Faculty Council discussed its continued efforts to communicate with committees and the college on vetting experimental courses and negotiating the proposed intellectual property policy at its monthly meeting Nov. 12.

Memoir explores life with disability

By | Oct 28, 2013

At a presentation Tuesday in Clark Lounge, Norbert Nathanson talked about his life as a person with disabilities, which he wrote about in his book, “A Secretly Handicapped Man: A Memoir.” He also discussed how the system for treating and assisting people with disabilities in America is flawed.

Negotiations with Syria help put potential U.S. attack on hold

By | Sep 12, 2013

President Barack Obama addressed the nation Tuesday to justify intervening in Syria, to force Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to relinquish his chemical weapons, which Assad agreed to do under threat of a U.S. cruise missile strike.

Faculty Council divided over FYRI

By | Sep 5, 2013

The Ithaca College Faculty Council began the year by brainstorming possible changes to the First-Year Reading Initiative.

Core curriculum debuts themes for freshmen

Beginning this year, incoming first-year and transfer students will fulfill general education requirements based on “themes” they choose while registering for their first semester’s courses.

College selects alumna to head intercollegiate athletics

By | Jun 9, 2013

Susan Bassett ’79 has been selected the director of intercollegiate athletics and recreational sports at Ithaca College, following a semester-long search.

College selects alumna to head intercollegiate athletics

By | Jun 9, 2013

Susan Bassett ’79 has been selected the director of intercollegiate athletics and recreational sports at Ithaca College, following a semester-long search.

Hillel Director Michael Faber retires after 31 years at college

By | Apr 30, 2013

Michael Faber, Jewish chaplain and director of Hillel, has seen the college grow and change in size, technology and cost, and he said it’s time for new blood in Hillel.

Review: 1970s science fiction influences adventure film ‘Oblivion’

By | Apr 24, 2013

Tom Cruise and Andrea Riseborough star in post-apocalyptic adventure movie.

ITS and library propose limit on paper printing

By | Apr 10, 2013

Ithaca College is considering a proposal to limit the number of pages that students can print for free per semester to 150–200 pages

Africa Week seeks to break social stereotypes

By | Apr 4, 2013

The first Africa Week: Back to the Roots event, hosted by the African Students Association, is celebrating African culture with events to break the stereotypes of Africa that inundate American media.

Part three: China offers business opportunities

By | Mar 28, 2013

As Ithaca College looks to China, faculty have designed study abroad programs to prepare students for possible careers in the nation with the fastest growing economy in the world.