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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 16, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

IC student plans art drive to fight drug addiction

By | Dec 7, 2016

Senior Kerry Miley is organizing an art drive at Ithaca College to ensure the New York City art program she interned with over the summer can continue as a creative outlet for participants.

IC conducts open presidential search against national trend

By , | Nov 30, 2016

While Ithaca College is still conducting an open presidential search to find its next president, colleges across the country are increasingly using closed searches to identify theirs.

IC professor’s research opens up questions on gene expression

By | Nov 17, 2016

“Science is always a love-hate thing when it doesn’t work, but when it does pan out, it’s amazing,” Nichols said.

ACT report bashes test-optional policy, which IC supports

By | Oct 30, 2016

A report released by the ACT program in late September asserted that test-optional admission policies at colleges and universities are not beneficial.

SUNYs ban felony application question but IC will not follow

By | Oct 26, 2016

State universities in New York will omit the question on their college application that asks potential students if they have committed a felony.

Herbert F. Johnson Museum exhibits Signal to Code

By | Sep 28, 2016

On Sept. 8, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art revealed a video art exhibition with work by international artists in the central New York region.

Ithaca College follows timeline for reaccreditation process

By | Sep 27, 2016

Ithaca College is taking the first major step toward reaccreditation by putting together the first drafts of a report that analyzes how the college is meeting certain standards.

Terrace Dining Hall faces backup from lack of student staff

By | Sep 19, 2016

Though the Terrace Dining Hall at Ithaca College underwent major renovations this year, it has experienced new problems with staffing and operations. Jeffrey Scott, Sodexo area general manager, said attendance in the dining hall has been up about 10 percent so far this semester, which he said could be attributed to the renovations. However, the dining hall experienced a shortage of student employees and is also missing a chef manager.