Friday, February 26, 2021

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Students march to end violence

By Mylin Batipps Social Media Editor Sharp voices echoed off the College’s residential and academic buildings as students marched and chanted across campus to protest sexual assault during...

Warren highlights pay inequality in US

By Mylin Batipps Social Media Editor Inequality is not going away in America, according to Dorian Warren, associate political science professor from Columbia University. In fact,...

Dean Rifkin to serve as provost at Ithaca

Benjamin Rifkin has accepted a position at Ithaca College and will be leaving the College at the end of the academic year.

College’s CEL program called one of the best

The CEL program received a highly competitive award which only 8 percent of the nation's colleges and universities have earned.

Psych professor published in prestigious journal

Mylin Batipps Social Media Editor After months of careful research on “political extremists,” psychology professor Jarret Crawford found his study in the highly selective journal, Psychological...

An updated T-Dubs is back in business

After a nearly eight-month shutdown due to repairs, T-Dubs is back and better than ever.

College receives grant for recovery programs

By Mylin Batipps News Assistant On Thursday, Dec. 4, Governor Chris Christie granted $245,000 to the College in support of students battling alcoholism, substance abuse and...

Gaining global perspectives through food and fairs

By Mylin Batipps News Assistant Students at the College received a small sample of cultures from around the world during this year’s International Education Week, taking...

Fair admits HS students to historically black colleges

Students from almost a hundred high schools in New Jersey accepted scholarships and were admitted on-site to institutions during the Iota Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity’s 10th annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Fair.

Benefit game: club soccer vs. ice hockey / Club sports join in ‘Defending the Blue Line’

The women’s club soccer and club ice hockey team joined together in a benefit soccer game that raised $658, with all proceeds going to...

Campus Town construction ahead of schedule

By Mylin Batipps News Assistant Campus Town construction is ahead of schedule and will be completed by fall of next year, according to Greg Lentine, vice...

Vomit and wallets and bikes … Oh my!

On Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 3 p.m., a student walked into Campus Police headquarters to report that $50 was taken from his wallet while...

Wayne Burrow joins Athletic Department

Former NCAA Director of Athletics Wayne Burrow has joined the College’s Athletics Department as the new senior associate director of Athletics for External Affairs. Burrow...

Student spit-takes straight to a summons

On Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 12:55 a.m., Campus Police arrived at Travers Hall in response to a resident stumbling into the men’s bathroom and...

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