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What did you learn about Ithaca College this past year?
What do you hope for the college in the year ahead?

These two questions were posed to attendees of the Ithaca College meeting for all faculty and staff held on August 18. In past years, various college administrators would use this meeting to provide updates on topics such as the budget, enrollment data, and current...

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One-hundred-and-eighty incoming Ithaca College students have arrived on campus early to participate in Jumpstart, a program designed to ease the transition to college.

Now in its 19th year, Jumpstart gives first-year and transfer students the opportunity to take part in one of four specially designed pre-semester...

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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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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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