Tompkins County is reviewing the recommended budget for 2013, which county officials say is more stable than those from the past few years.
This semester, Ithaca College faculty and staff looking to organize short-term study abroad programs for students will have to go through the Office of International Programs.
By the end of September, Terrace 13 will no longer function as a temporary residence hall. The college is exploring the possibility of using the space for offices.
The Hammond Health Center has announced that beginning next semester, Ithaca College students using the college’s health insurance plan will face a substantial increase in cost and coverage.
An Ithaca College freshman received national media attention in a humorous light on April 23, when Perry Koenig was featured on a “Fan Corrections” segment on “Conan,” a late night TBS talk show hosted by Conan O’Brien.
In less than three months, nearly 7.4 million college students across the country may face a jump in the federal subsidized loan interest rate to 6.8 percent, which is double the current interest rate.
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, a hero of small government libertarians, outlined his candidacy Thursday night in front of a packed crowd of more than 4,000 at Cornell University’s Lynah Rink, the home of the Big Red’s men’s and women’s hockey teams.
As the pilot semester of Ithaca College’s New York City Center comes to an end, 15 of 21 applicants have been selected for the program next fall. Meanwhile, program coordinators are looking for ways to bolster the center for future applicants.
Ithaca College has announced plans to abandon its current email system and shift to Microsoft-powered Live@edu, an email service, which Information Technology Services officials have called an improved system.
A new student group has formed in Ithaca to tackle the issue of hunger in America and to provide an outlet for the city’s homeless population to receive assistance.
Ithaca College continued its search for a new dean of the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance yesterday, as William Stewart, the third candidate vying for the post, addressed the campus community in Emerson Suites.