Exhibit to shed light on suicide
Each year, 1,100 college students commit suicide nationwide.
Students living in Terraces have recently complained about mice in their rooms.
“Ransom,” David Malouf’s retelling of “The Iliad,” was selected as the Ithaca College First-Year Reading Initiative book for the class of 2015.
“Ransom,” David Malouf’s retelling of the Iliad, was selected as the First Year Reading Initiative book for the class of 2015.
The decision to shift the final exam schedule for Fall 2011 to accommodate Christmas plans of students, faculty and staff sparked debate Tuesday at the Ithaca College Faculty Council meeting.
Participation rates have been on the rise since Ithaca College began giving all applicants access to IC Peers in hopes of using the social networking site to recruit prospective students.
Park 51, a proposed Muslim community center in Lower Manhattan, has sparked a national debate, with many political actors taking sides. Now the controversy is coming to Ithaca College in the form of organized educational discourse.
In “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest,” Stieg Larsson blew a breath of fresh air into the mystery and thriller genres this summer by combining the two genres in an outstanding book where readers are forced to take a second look into a world where nothing is as it seems.
Over the summer, building crews were dispersed across campus to continue major renovation and construction projects.
The Student Government Association will be holding elections tomorrow for next year’s executive board and senator positions.
Fritz Messere, interim dean of the School of Communication, Media and the Arts at SUNY-Oswego, said he will encourage students to take more liberal arts courses in the Park School of Communications if chosen as dean.