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Brian Dickens started as Ithaca College’s new vice president for human resources in June. He comes to Ithaca with 25 years of experience as a university administrator and over a dozen years as a human resource development and management consultant. Most recently, Dickens served as associate vice president for...

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Two former standouts from the Ithaca College rowing program are due to appear in the 2016 Olympic Games later this week at Lagoa Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Emily Morley '16 and Meghan Musnicki '05 will both seek Olympic glory with Morley representing the Bahamas and Musnicki rowing for the United States...

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Music students and classical music lovers will soon be able to access a wealth of musical history with a swipe of the finger. A new app developed by Ithaca College alumnus Drew Schweppe provides users with interactive timelines, composer biographies, sheet music, program notes and audio examples.

Schweppe, who graduated in 2012 with a degree in music composition, started thinking...

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Dear members of the Ithaca College community:

The violent and unjust domestic and international events of the past few weeks have confounded us all and led to a conflicting cycle of emotions. We are all grieving, desperately searching for answers, angry, exhausted, and most of all, hoping—hoping for a clear path forward.

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When the world’s best athletes gather in Brazil to compete in the Olympics, Ithaca College students will play vital behind-the-scenes roles in order to bring the event to audiences in the U.S. NBC has chosen 13 interns from the college’s Roy H. Park School of Communications to support the...

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