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The Textor Ball now has some company. On June 1, the Ithaca College campus welcomed its newest piece of remarkable and eye-catching public art: “The Drummer,” an eight-foot tall bronze sculpture created by Welsh artist Barry Flanagan. The 550-pound piece, which depicts a hare playing a drum, has taken up residence in the greenspace flanked by Smiddy Hall, the Center for Health...

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Just like the 2017 indoor season, the nationally-ranked No. 4 Ithaca College women's track & field team finished as the national runners-up at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships on Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. Ithaca totaled 37 total team points to only trail Washington University of St. Louis in the team standings. The second place finish is the best in...

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Congratulations to the seven members elected to the Ithaca College Board of Trustees at the board’s recent meeting, held May 18–20 on campus. Michael Conover ’81, Jack Dembow ’77, David Fleisher II ’91, Gary Gross ’81, William Nelligan III ’83, and Jeff Selingo ’95 were all elected as term trustees, while James Taylor ’00 was elected as...

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Congratulations to the 11 members of the faculty who were awarded promotions by the Ithaca College Board of Trustees at its May meeting. The following assistant professors were promoted to associate professor:

Roy H. Park School of Communications
Department of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies
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The search for purpose is easy—at least on the cellular level.

At that scale, pairs of proteins determine a cell’s function: A receptor protein that juts out from the cell connects to external proteins coded with instructions that dictate how the cell should develop or operate within an organism.

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