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Ithaca College's Top 10 Moments of 2014

2014 was a big year for Ithaca College. From sending students to Sochi to assist with coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics to researching what Zebrafish can tell us about anxiety, the college broke new ground both on and off campus.


Ithaca College Hillel Chapter Wins International Honor

ITHACA, NY — The Ithaca College chapter of Hillel — the largest Jewish student organization in the world — was recently recognized with an international honor. The chapter received the Best Student Engagement Award at the Hillel Global Assembly, held Dec. 8–11 in Orlando, Florida.

The award honors those Hillels that...


Blades of Glory? Ithaca College Researcher Develops Device to Help Figure Skaters Measure Force

ITHACA, NY — Hoping to replace guesswork with science, researchers from Ithaca College and Brigham Young University have  developed a small, lightweight device to be used by figure skaters and their trainers to avoid injuries, inform the design of new skating boots and perhaps save Olympic dreams.

Figure skating isn’t thought of as a contact sport. But skaters’...

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