Stories

Recruitment marketing presents never-ending challenges from ever-changing media and demographics.    by Mbeti Hyess

“My son was getting so much e-mail from colleges that he had to change his e-mail address,” says Helene Maddux of her son Will Holets’s experience as a high school junior and...

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The PT department — with half its faculty graduates of the program — is one of the College’s shining stars.   by Greg Ryan ’08

When Terri Hoppenrath ’89 was a physical therapy student at IC, Andrew Robinson had a reputation as the toughest professor in a physical therapy department known for its...

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Student uses travel grant funded by an IC parent to study a nearly extinct culture.   by Greg Ryan ’08

The Greek islands of Rhodes and Crete once featured a flourishing Jewish culture. Today that culture is almost extinguished, as nearly the entire Jewish population of the islands perished or was dislocated...

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Reaffirming the promise of the education our graduates receive from Ithaca College.

In the months since I announced my impending retirement from Ithaca College, I have been asked many times how I would sum up my experiences and accomplishments over 11 years as Ithaca’s president and 36 years in higher education. Even if such a...

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PT pair Michael Theeman ’02, M.S. ’03, and Elizabeth Jackstadt Theeman ’02, M.S. ’03, help the annual fund meet its goal.    by George Sapio

Sometimes a little procrastination can bring an unexpected bonus. Michael Theeman ’02, M.S. ’03, and Elizabeth Jackstadt Theeman ’02, M.S....

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