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December 12, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Scholar activist explores race as a relationship of power

By | Oct 16, 2013

Ithaca College welcomed Daniel Martinez HoSang, associate professor of ethnic studies and political science at the University of Oregon.

Locals join worldwide protest against Monsanto GMOs

By | Oct 14, 2013

Nearly 40 protesters in Ithaca joined more than 400 cities across the globe in the worldwide March Against Monsanto rallies on Saturday, calling for the permanent boycott of genetically modified organisms and harmful agrochemicals in food.

Retired math professor emerita passes away

By , | Oct 9, 2013

The Ithaca College community is saddened by the loss of Shirley Hockett, retired professor emerita of mathematics and computer science and one of the college’s most well-known supporters.

Ithaca residents criticize Reed for supporting government shutdown

By | Oct 2, 2013

Ithaca locals and students took to the streets Tuesday opposite the office of Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., on East Martin Luther King, Jr. Street to voice their opposition to a government shutdown.

Professor finds medical use for slug mucus

By | Sep 11, 2013

Andy Smith, Ithaca College professor and chair of the Department of Biology, stepped into the national media spotlight last month for his research on slugs that produce a glue that may eventually replace surgical stitches.

Ithaca is smart: what makes Ithaca the “Smartest city in America”

By | Sep 5, 2013

The City of Ithaca was recently named the “Smartest City in the United States.” This could be because of its multiple colleges, geographic location or genuinely intelligent residents.

College mourns loss of longtime professor

Ithaca College mourns the loss of Eileen Kelly, professor of management, who passed away on September 2 after a battle with cancer.

Director discusses Academic Advising Center

By | Sep 5, 2013

Sally Neal, director of Ithaca College’s new Academic Advising Center discusses the new center and possible upcoming projects.

College plans to stem cost increase rate

By | Aug 30, 2013

Ithaca College President Tom Rochon has announced his plan aimed at keeping the annual cost increase for students at less than three-percent.

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.

Library to be open 24 hours five days a week

By | Aug 29, 2013

The Ithaca College Library will be open 24 hours a day from 10 a.m. on Sundays through 10 p.m. on Fridays, beginning Sept. 8.

IC alumna killed by falling tree in Queens, NY

By | Aug 10, 2013

Pregnant Ithaca College alumna Yingyi Li-Dikov, M.S. ’08 is killed after being struck by a falling tree in Kissena Park in Queens. Li-Dikov is a 2008 graduate of the college’s now defunct master’s degree in sport management program.