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Here's a sampling of scholarships that honor some of IC's finest, then and now.

There are a number of endowed scholarships in honor of IC’s outstanding alumni, faculty, administrators, and friends. Students receiving these scholarships have a very personal tie to the institution and the person in whose name the scholarships are given. We thought you’d like to know...

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Business professor David Saiia and students work with a new breed of entrepreneurs in the Maquipucuna community.    by Khrista Trerotola ’07

In the corner of Dave Saiia’s office hangs a bright yellow coat. “I have to make sure people see me,” says the assistant professor of management,...

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Few English-language journalists are as intimate with contemporary Middle Eastern issues as Robert Fisk. Ithaca College was fortunate to have the widely respected author as its Park Distinguished Visitor Series guest this spring.

Fisk, who lives in Lebanon and has covered the region for 31 years, is currently the Middle East correspondent for the British newspaper the...

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Ithaca College's master of business administration is featured in the Princeton Review's 2007 edition of The Best 282 Business Schools.

Ithaca College is home to one of the nation’s outstanding business schools. That’s what the Princeton Review has to say in its 2007 edition of The Best 282 Business Schools, in...

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Author, syndicated columnist, and Park Scholar Tenth Anniversary Speaker Norman Solomon talks about good journalism and bad.  by Erika Spaet '09

Opening the morning paper and getting fingers messy with ink is as much a ritual for many Americans as a morning cup of coffee. But according to Norman Solomon, author, syndicated...

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