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THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Ithacan stands against antisemitism and all forms of hate on our campus and beyond. The Ithacan strives to be a place where all members of the campus community can share their thoughts and opinions and welcomes people to submit commentaries or open letters expressing their views on this issue. 

From the Editors: The Ithacan stands against antisemitism

By The Ithacan November 8, 2022
Eight swastikas in 2022. Even one is too many, but eight swastikas have been found on Ithaca College’s campus since the beginning of the calendar year. This behavior is unacceptable and cannot be tole
With the recent rise in young adult voting, Ithaca College students should take a proactive approach to making sure their vote gets counted.

Editorial: Students should plan ahead during voting season

By The Ithacan October 19, 2022
With the recent rise in young adult voting, Ithaca College students should take a proactive approach to making sure their vote gets counted.
In an Oct. 12 email to the campus community, Cornish said a student reported a swastika etched into the metal inside the Baker Walkway elevator in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.

Second swastika found on campus in one week

By Caitlin Holtzman, Editor in Chief October 12, 2022
In an Oct. 12 email to the campus community, Cornish said a student reported a swastika etched into the metal inside the Baker Walkway elevator in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.
President La Jerne Cornish said the symbol has been on the door since August 2021 and was not reported until Oct. 6.

UPDATE: Swastika reported on Kosher Kitchen storage room

By Clare Shanahan, Assistant News Editor October 7, 2022
The Ithaca College campus community was notified via email Oct. 7 that a swastika was scratched onto the door of a Kosher Kitchen storage room in the Terrace Dining Hall.
Senior Mandy Myers strongly believes in the power of exploration and facing rejection in order to grow as a student, and as a person. She says that more people should leave their comfort zones.

Commentary: Students must embrace exploration and rejection

By Mandy Myers August 31, 2022
Welcome to Mandy’s guide on how to not fear rejection and why trying new things is a vital part of a young adult's life and growth.
Senior Linnea Carchedi has found several issues with the substance-free options  on Ithaca College’s campus. She asks that the college keep their promises in the future.

Commentary: IC Must Deliver on Substance Free Options

By Linnea Carchedi August 31, 2022
I did not expect my decision to live a substance-free life in college to impact my experience as much as it had started to.

Editorial: Recent Wi-Fi update caused unnecessary confusion

By The Ithacan August 31, 2022
The residence hall Wi-Fi system was not nearly ready in time for move-in. The confusion that students faced was preventable.
Editorial: Cayuga Health System improves standard of care

Editorial: Cayuga Health System improves standard of care

By The Ithacan August 31, 2022
Ithaca College's new standard of care is what Ithaca students deserve. Of course, as everything else, it comes with a cost.
A flag flies in front of the U.S. Supreme Court that reads No Justice, No Peace, after the decision of Dobbs v. Jackson Womens Health Organization was released which also overturned Roe v. Wade.

Ithaca community responds to Roe v. Wade overturning

By Aidan Charde and Caitlin Holtzman June 28, 2022

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade — a 1973 landmark ruling that protected citizen’s rights to an abortion — in a 5–4 decision June 24. [slideshow_deploy id='44160']   Justice...

The Board of Trustees elected three new trustees. From left John Neeson ’84, Alexa Rahman ’24 who will serve a two-year term as the student trustee, and Kenneth Fisher ’80.

Board of Trustees approves 2022-23 budget and elects trustees

By Caitlin Holtzman and Syd Pierre May 26, 2022
The IC Board of Trustees approved the operating expense budget for the 2022–23 fiscal year, elected three new members to the board of trustees and re-elected six members.
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