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With no dedicated isolation space and COVID-19 policies at Ithaca College, students can either stay in their room or find their own space to live in. Resident assistants and students have raised concerns about the lack of COVID-19 policies at the college.
Students share concerns as COVID-19 housing accommodations fade from college policies
By Kai Lincke, Assistant News Editor • September 20, 2023
Just weeks after they moved in, some Ithaca College students packed up their belongings again and temporarily relocated after their roommates tested positive for COVID-19. With no dedicated isolation space at the college, the students could either stay in the room with their sick roommate or find their own space to live in.
From left, Ithaca College junior Nandini Agarwal, Eric Leibensperger, assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and junior Daveigh Robbins collaborated on Leibenspergers New York state-funded methane study in Tompkins County and throughout the state.
Ithaca College methane study contributes to state research to combat climate change
By Kaeleigh Banda, Contributing Writer • September 20, 2023
Ithaca College students studying areas of science had the opportunity to work with a professor on a New York state-funded methane study. The college’s Summer Scholars Program provided an outlet for this research. 
Tiny Fey, Michelle Yeoh and Kenneth Branaugh work to solve the murder mystery in A Haunting in Venice.
Poirot demonstrates new vulnerability in 'A Haunting in Venice'
By Nolan Sheehan, Contributing Writer • September 21, 2023

From the visionary director of “Murder on the Orient Express” and “Death on The Nile'' comes the next installment in Kenneth Branagh’s...

The Diana Leich quartet performs at Porchfest on Sept. 25, 2022 as crowds of people walk by, taking in the sound of various music genres from different porches.
Fest Preview: From apples to chili, Ithaca has it all
By Georgie Gassaro, Contributing Writer • September 20, 2023
From music to apples to chili, Downtown Ithaca and The Commons will be alive with the sounds and smells of Ithaca’s annual festivals, including Porchfest, Apple Harvest Festival and Chili Cook-Off Festival. While these festivals began as a chance to showcase Ithaca’s agricultural and artistic talents, today they serve as a testament to the city’s growth and development as a community since the early ’80s. 
The Ithaca College football team visited Lycoming College and hosted Susquehanna University for two joint preseason practices in preparation for the 2023 season.
Football takes on fresh faces in joint practice sessions
By Daniel King, Senior Writer • September 19, 2023
Ithaca College welcomed Lycoming College and Susquehanna University to South Hill this summer, not for a game but for a joint practice.
Deja View - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (2023)
'Deja View' - "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem" (2023)
September 19, 2023
In episode three of the animation series of 'Deja View,' Host Therese Kinirons, with guest Nathan Zakim, explores the 2023 film "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem." Tune in to hear the pair discuss Seth Rogen and the resurgence and reinvention of comic book movies.
Deja View - The Spider-Verse Franchise
'Deja View' - The "Spider-Verse" Franchise
September 15, 2023
On this very special double feature episode of Deja View, host Therese Kinirons talks with guest Chess Cabrera about the cultural phenomenon that is "Into the Spider-Verse" (2018) and "Across the Spider-Verse" (2023). Join them as they discuss the multitude of Spider-Men and representation in the media.
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Editorial: Clear COVID-19 guidance is still necessary in 2023
Editorial: Clear COVID-19 guidance is still necessary in 2023
By The Ithacan September 20, 2023
During Fall 2023, Ithaca College students have continued to test positive for COVID-19 but have found themselves at a loss for what to do next. The college has discontinued its quarantine housing options and support services, which is less than ideal for the communal living that college promotes.
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By Georgie Gassaro, Ray Milburn, Julia Hargreaves, Makai Yllanes, Sarah Cochi, and Ava Suffredini September 13, 2023

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