Editor: Keith Davis
Writers: Dave Maley
Publisher: Office of Public Information

Volume 22, No.18  July 10, 2000


Center Receives $400,000 Gift

Ithaca College president Peggy R. Williams announced that an anonymous gift of $400,000 will support the College’s recently established Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity for the next three years.

IRS Awards Grant for Low-Income Tax Clinic

Ithaca College has received a $57,000 grant from the Internal Revenue Service to establish central New York’s first clinic to serve low-income and non-English-speaking taxpayers.

Alan H. Cohen

Big Wheels Keep on Turning

Bicycle patrol officers from municipal police departments and campus safety and security offices throughout New York and Canada came to Ithaca College the week of June 5 to learn how to better use cycling in law enforcement.

Bicycle patrol training

Alumni Association Honors Five

The Ithaca College Alumni Association recognized four distinguished graduates and a former longtime administrator at the association’s annual Reunion banquet on June 3.

Laverne Light

New Members Take Alumni Board Seats

Michael Kaplan ’85, a management supervisor with a New York City advertising agency, and Jeffrey Selingo ’95, an assistant editor with the Chronicle of Higher Education, are the newest members of the Ithaca College Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Tower Club Schedule Changes

A change in the schedule of the Tower Club will make that facility more available for use for special functions. As of July 1, the Tower Club will no longer be open for dinner, which had been served on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. It will continue to be open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Created by Andrejs Ozolins. Updated 11.July. 2000