Ithaca College Quarterly 2005/1



South Hill Today
  • IC Theatre 2005-6 Season
  • A Credit to the College
    Five years of focused effort paid off for the School of Business in April, when the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) accredited the school's bachelor's and master's degree programs in business administration.
  • Architects Chosen, Plan Unveiled
    After viewing campuswide presentations by three finalists, the College has chosen the renowned New York City-based firm of Robert A. M. Stern Architects to design the new home for its School of Business.
  • IC Performers at Lincoln Center
    On April 19 more than 300 Ithaca College musicians gave a concert at New York City's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
  • Winners, Second Year in a Row!
    The women's crew victory marks the 15th national championship for Ithaca College teams and the third in four years.
  • Tenure and Promotions
    The board of trustees recently approved a number of faculty status changes.
  • Historic Designation for Ithaca
    Downtown Ithaca has been listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
  • Journalist Tells It Straight
    Without Seymour M. Hersh's investigative reporting, the world may not have learned about the true nature of Abu Ghraib, the U.S. military prison in Iraq.
  • Henry Neubert Retires
    Professor of double bass Henry Neuber retired this spring after 32 years at IC.
  • Jewish Studies Career Night
    A phone conversation between Horowitz and Jewish studies coordinator and anthropology professor Barbara Johnson inspired the creation of the first Jewish Studies Career Night at IC.
  • Reduce, Reuse . . . Recyclemania!
    Mark Darling '97, supervisor of IC's Resource and Environmental Management Program (REMP), learned about Recyclemania through the College and University Recycling Council.
  • Quick Takes

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