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Inside Look offers fair portrayal of college’s diversity

By | Apr 29, 2010

Inside Look is a unique orientation program in the sense that it caters to ALANA and minority students. With this in mind, it is quite obvious in whatever limited time one spends on campus as a prospective student that the experience will pale in comparison to the experience of a full-time student.

Students should act on injustices in society

By | Apr 29, 2010

It is seldom in our lives that we experience “defining moments” — times that put into perspective the exact reasons that we, individually and collectively, are living. Rarely, if ever, do we have people who share these moments with us.

Public Safety Log – April 11 to April 18

By | Apr 29, 2010

Selected entries from April 11th to April 18th

Seeking space to relax

By | Apr 29, 2010

The Office of Residential Life recently wrapped up focus group sessions that gave students living on campus an opportunity to discuss their residential experience. A consistent and important talking point at these sessions focused on the need for lounges in each residence hall, a concern that the office is urged to consider and resolve for…

Quick recovery

By | Apr 29, 2010

Last week’s campuswide computer problem illustrated the ability of the college’s Information Technology Services to think and act quickly to fix a problem. With students, faculty and staff depending so heavily on computers, it was a relief to know that the college is in capable hands.

Israeli independence has two sides

By | Apr 29, 2010

I am the parent of a student who called me about a school event celebrating Israel’s Independence Day. Our family lived in Israel for 12 years, returning in 2004. While living in the seaside Jewish town of Caesarea, we enjoyed the benefits of Israel’s independence and the strong support it receives from the United States.…

Bombers should be more ambitious

By | Apr 29, 2010

I just read the “College should compete with top-ranked teams” guest commentary, and I couldn’t agree more with the author. Ever since coming to the U.S. to go to IC, come March, my roommate and I would be fervently following March Madness and cheering for Syracuse since we feel the team represents “our region.” But…

Happy Earth Day!

By | Apr 22, 2010

Helllllooooo everyone! What a day to attend to the eco blog. Sorry for my disappearance, finals time gets crazy! But as you may know, today is EARTH DAY! No it does not mean that the Earth was created today, but it does mean that we celebrate this amazing place that we are fortunate to have!…

Public Safety Log – April 5 to April 11

By | Apr 22, 2010

Selected entries from April 5 to April 11

A necessary upgrade

By | Apr 22, 2010

After dealing with an unprecedented influx of students last year, Ithaca College has decided to take steps to accommodate anticipated student housing issues in the upcoming years.

Saying goodbye

By | Apr 22, 2010

After serving Ithaca College for four decades, associate politics professor Marty Brownstein will retire at the end of this year. With his retirement, the college will bid farewell to one of its most respected and well-loved faculty members.

Public Safety Log – March 29 to April 4

By | Apr 15, 2010

Selected entries from March 29 to April 4