Stories

Honoring the life’s work of a friend.   by Zeke Wright '07

Operation Crossroads Africa has sent 11,000 U.S. young people to countries in Africa since 1958. Now two IC students each summer—Park School or politics majors—join their numbers, thanks to an award established in memory of Reginald “Reggie” Simmons ’75 by his...

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Friends honor the memory of John Sweeney ’87 via a scholarship. by Terry Sweeney, John's sister

On his graduation day, John Sweeney ’87 sported red Bermuda shorts under his gown and playfully emblazoned “Florida or Bust,” atop his mortarboard. With his B.S. in business management, John was intent to start...

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Thank you to President Williams for her column “World Wide Web of Learning” about the importance of an international education. As an IC student I studied in Salamanca, Spain, for a semester and found it to be a life-altering experience. I have since turned that experience into a career in international education and founded...

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After an on-the-go, community-building decade, President Williams announces her upcoming retirement.    by David Maley and Maura Stephens

President Peggy R. Williams announced in July, shortly after marking her 10th anniversary in the position, that she plans to retire at the end of the academic year. Williams took office on...

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An online learning initiative geared toward rising professionals is attracting alumni as well as new students from around the world.  by Gary E. Frank

Rob Gearhart ’82, M.S. ’85, is clearly fond of his alma mater: twice since his graduation he has come back to work at Ithaca College. Most recently he became the...

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