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College Briefs Sept. 27

By | Sep 26, 2018

College library hosts programs in honor of Banned Books Week
In celebration of Banned Books Week, the library’s Research Help Desk will display banned books.

Public Safety Logs Sept. 3-Sept. 8

By | Sep 19, 2018

September 3
Fire Alarm Accidental
Location: Circle Apartments Building 171
SUMMARY: Simplex reported fire alarm.

Editorial: College on track for more sustainable future

By | Sep 19, 2018

The Office of Energy Management and Sustainability should be applauded for the work it has done to accelerate the college’s progress toward its goal.

College Briefs Sept. 13

By | Sep 11, 2018

Ithaca College held its first Industry-Focused Business and Management Career Fair Sept. 7. The fair was open to all students.

Editorial: New LGBTQ Jewish club sets inclusive standards

By | Sep 5, 2018

In order to accept and celebrate intersectional identities, the campus community must first create platforms in which they can be celebrated in full.

Editorial: First-generation students need full support at college

By | Sep 5, 2018

The new student and transition office at the college should be applauded for going to these significant lengths to make sure first-generation students feel as welcome as possible.

Public Safety Logs Aug. 20-Aug. 26

By | Sep 5, 2018

August 20
Medical Assist/ Illness Related
Location: Terrace 3
SUMMARY: Caller reported not feeling well and had passed out.

College Briefs Sept. 6

By | Sep 5, 2018

Politics professor co-authors paper about international political economy
Naeem Inayatullah, professor in the Department of Politics, and his longtime co-author, David Blaney, professor at Macalester College, published “Liberal IPE as a Colonial Science,” in The SAGE Handbook of the History, Sociology and Philosophy of International Relations.

College Briefs Aug. 30

By | Aug 29, 2018

IC Natural Lands receives grants to fund paved access path
The Ithaca College Natural Lands received two private foundation grants for $15,000 each to support construction of a paved access path to the Boothroyd Woods Trail.

School of Humanities and Sciences dean steps down July 1

By | Jul 3, 2018

Vincent Wang, dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences, has stepped down from his position effective July 1. 

Editorial: Diversifying administrators benefits college community

By | May 3, 2018

Although this is prevalent in most job industries in the Western world, academia is a key industry, as it is crucial for students to be led by people who accurately represent them.

Public Safety Logs April 8-April 12

By | May 2, 2018

April 8
V&T Leaving Scene of an Accident
Location: Higgins Stadium
SUMMARY: Caller reported unknown vehicle damaged light pole and left the scene.