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TUESDAY, SEPT. 6
SCREENINGS

Showing of the humorous and heartwarming documentary “Cyber-Seniors,” about a program begun by two school students to help residents of a retirement community become more computer literate, followed by a discussion via Skype with Tess Finlay, the communication and program director of Cyber- Seniors; 7 p.m. Textor...

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The newest cohort of freshman and transfer students at Ithaca College was invited to engage with and shape the community they now belong to during Monday’s Convocation ceremony.

The annual rite of passage, which officially began the class of 2020’s college career, was held in the Glazer Arena...

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Campus Pride has once again included Ithaca College on its annual list of the most LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities in the country. The national organization — which works to create a safer environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students — highlighted the 30 institutions that are...

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Sunday brought much needed rain to the region, but soggy conditions couldn’t dampen the excitement of some 1,630 Ithaca College freshmen arriving on campus. The members of the class of 2020 made themselves at home during IC’s annual Move-In Day with help from their families and a squad of volunteers comprised of faculty, staff, and other students.

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If you've been watching the Olympics in Rio, you’ve probably heard about cupping. It's the treatment that left prominent round welts all over Michael Phelps’ shoulder and back. In this video, Nicholas Quarrier, a clinical associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, explains the treatment, which uses suction to lift the skin away from the muscle. Quarrier said...

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