News Releases

Ithaca College's head football coach, Mike Welch ’73, has announced his intention to retire at the conclusion of the 2016 campaign. 

“With Bomber pride in my heart and great consideration for the program I love, my wife Sue and I have decided that it is time to begin a new chapter in our...

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For 10 weeks this summer, Ithaca College student John Jacobson has worked as an intern to develop a strategic marketing plan for a financial literacy program run by U.S. Bank in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Jacobson is one of a handful of students selected for the American Advertising Federation’s Vance and Betty Lee...

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As the nightly news increasingly warns viewers to send children out of the room, parents struggle to find a happy medium between completely sheltering their children and openly exposing them to the world’s violence and injustice.

A community-based summer camp led by Ithaca College professors and graduate education students is offering a safe but open space to have frank...

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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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