Stories

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...

Add a comment  ·  Read more...


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...

Add a comment  ·  Read more...


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...

Add a comment  ·  Read more...


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...

Add a comment  ·  Read more...


The longtime dream will become reality with just a little more help from individual donors.

At long last, the wait is over. Ithaca College will soon begin building its new athletics and events center. Not only will the College’s athletic teams finally have a practice and competition space equal to...

Add a comment  ·  Read more...


« first | ‹ previous | 142 | 143 | 144 | 145 | 146 | 147 | 148 | 149 | 150 | 151 | 152 | 153 | 154 | 155 | 156 | next › | last »