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Professors advocate for Native Americans

By | May 5, 2011

The Native American Studies Steering Committee is encouraging the college to make changes in faculty, staffing and advertising in order to make Ithaca College more enticing to the native community and help enhance the college’s diversity. The program started in 2002 as a minor in the School of Humanities and Sciences. Brooke Hansen, Native American…

Circle Apartment residents notified of water contamination

By | Apr 21, 2011

Circle Apartment residents received a notification today from the Town of Ithaca Public Works Department that “certain volatile organic compounds” are present in the complex’s water supply.

Park to start student-run mentoring

By | Apr 7, 2011

The Roy H. Park School of Communications is starting the Park Peer Advising program this fall, which will allow students to seek mentorship from upperclassmen.

New brand to highlight ready grads

By | Mar 10, 2011

An Ithaca College Office of Marketing Communications survey gathering input on its potential brand identity went live yesterday evening.

Buzzsaw to sponsor militarization week

By | Mar 3, 2011

A week-long series of events coinciding with Buzzsaw Magazine’s March issue will tackle the concept of militarization and commemorate the anniversary of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s coining of the term “military-industrial complex.”

Local site gives aid to Ghana

By | Feb 17, 2011

Online entrepreneur by day and Top Shelf Liquor store clerk by night may sound like an odd mix, but that’s how Cornell University graduate Nii Andrews ’08 makes a living.

Town board passes Circles growth plan

By | Jan 27, 2011

Ithaca College was unanimously granted final site plan approval for the expansion of the Circle Apartments by the Town of Ithaca Planning Board on Jan. 18. Before building permits are issued, the planning board attached certain conditions to the approval that the college must meet.

Gaza film spurs discussion

By | Dec 8, 2010

Seniors Brian Potter, Shiwani Neupane, and Elissa Snook and sophomore Evan Johnson aired their short film about news reporting in the Gaza War and Operation Cast Lead as part of their Politics Seminar at 8 p.m. Monday in Room 111 in the Ithaca College School of Business.

Neighboring wetlands limit apartment growth

By | Dec 2, 2010

Plans to complete the expansion of the Circle Apartments complex have been pushed to Summer 2012 because of the unexpected presence of wetlands. Originally scheduled to be completed August 2011 to accommodate the large sophomore class, the number of planned new occupancies has also been cut in half.

Registration issues cause students to start petition

By | Nov 18, 2010

After experiencing a growing number of problems with registering on HomerConnect, students began an online petition Sunday to urge the administration to make the registration process more fair and efficient.

Cultural programs kick off

By | Sep 23, 2010

Ithaca College’s Center for the Study of Culture, Race and Ethnicity began celebrating its 10th anniversary with a performance by Latin percussionist Bobby Sanabria, titled “Cleave — The Key: A Rhythmic Journey from Africa to the New World,” on Monday, the first in a series of three events this semester.

IC Hillel celebrates Sukkot

By | Sep 22, 2010

Campus community members gathered today as Ithaca College Hillel began its celebration of the annual seven-day Jewish Fall Harvest Festival in its sukkah, or harvest booth, outside Muller Chapel. The holiday runs from sundown today until sundown Wednesday.