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Even after their passing, Edgar “Dusty” Bredbenner ’50 and his wife, Barbara Northrop Bredbenner, are making a difference for Ithaca College student-athletes and sports fans, not to mention everyone who will benefit from the spectacular public spaces in the new athletics and events center. The College will soon...

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Switching from the draft to a volunteer army has made marketing key to recruitment over the last three decades.  By Karin Fleming ’09

“Take the Army’s 16- month tour of Europe” is the headline that accompanies a photograph of a 20-something American man...

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Frustrated by most Americans’ ignorance of blacks’ contributions to society, Carter G. Woodson established Negro History Week (which would take a half century to be institutionalized nationally as the renamed and expanded Black History Month) in 1926. The son of former slaves, Woodson eventually earned his Ph.D. from Harvard...

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At its February meeting the IC board of trustees named eight distinguished recently retired faculty members to emeritus/emerita status and granted tenure and promotions to others.

Emeritus/Emerita

Mary Arlin ’61, who retired in 2006, taught...

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It turns out Ithaca is more than just “gorges” it’s pretty smart, too. Forbes.com named Ithaca the third most intelligent city in the nation in a study posted to the site in February. The study ranked cities based on the percentage of...

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