August 28, 2014
Ithaca, NY 63°F | Clouds


All-College Meeting excludes all Ithaca College students

Every year before the academic year begins, Ithaca College hosts the All-College Meeting.

Opinion Columns

Mind Matters

Amelia Erikson examines why your mental health is important.

Jumpstart may bridge volunteerism gap among college students

A few days before the official move-in day, about 200 incoming Ithaca College freshmen come to campus early to participate in Jumpstart, an annual early arrival program geared toward easing the transition into college and community service.

Editorial: Adjunct Funk

The number of part-time faculty at Ithaca College this academic year has increased by 67 percent since 2004.

Editorial: Transparent SGA puts up wall

According to Dominick Recckio, current vice president of communications in the Student Government Association, 18.2 percent of the student body, 1,223 students, voted in the April 17–18 election and elected IC All That to be their SGA executive board for the 2014 academics year.

Editorial: Big shoes to fill

Marisa Kelly, provost and vice president for educational affairs, unexpectedly announced her departure from Ithaca College on April 16.

Editorial: A sweet option for paying debt

Sugar babies are making their mark on campus, as more than 40 people with email addresses registered with

Demand for psychological services increases after Robin Williams’ death

I lived in San Francisco’s Castro District in the 1980s when AIDS was devastating the community and killing my friends.

Michael Brown shooting brings racial inequality to light

I am a 42-year-old black man with a PhD from an Ivy League university.

Guest Commentary: Responsible journalism must come from the ground up

Arriving at Ithaca College four years ago, I never imagined spending one of my first Sunday afternoons in a staff meeting for the Accent section of The Ithacan.

Guest Commentary: May Day brings attention to student debt

It was merely two years ago that the Occupy Wall Street movement engaged in International Workers’ Day, or May Day, rallies in places like New York City and San Francisco.

Guest commentary: Buddhism program in India forms disciplined mindfulness

A defining feature of my collegiate career has been the presence of Buddhism.

Snap Judgment- Moving in

Ithaca College students answer the question “What’s the hardest part of moving in?”

Letter to the editor: Student demand dictates variety of campus food offerings

I am writing this in response to the April 3 article in The Ithacan, titled “Dining Services attempts to meet special dietary restrictions.”


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