December 2, 2020
Ithaca, NY | 34°F

National Recap: College students face obstacles getting to polls

By | Mar 4, 2020

“College Democrats have been at the forefront of fighting against these issues.” 


Review: Singles for the week of 1/24

By | Jan 29, 2020

“B.I.T.C.H.”
Megan Thee Stallion
Released Jan.


Q&A: Professor co-authors chapter in sustainability book

By | Jan 22, 2020

Marco Antonio López, Reyna López, and Rumalda López build an early prototype of a solar cooker in 2003,


Professor creates app to spread gratitude and reduce anxiety

By | Dec 4, 2019

In 2017, Laura Campbell Carapella, associate professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education, developed the ICU Gratitude app.


Commentary: Higher ed has role in climate crisis solutions

By | Nov 20, 2019

Young people’s inclusion in conversations about their own futures should not be contingent on their financial situations.


Review: Singles for the week of 11/8

By | Nov 13, 2019

“Dark Places”
Beck
Released Nov. 7
Capitol Records
The electro-pop foundation of Beck’s “Dark Places” isn’t intricate enough to be interesting.


Senior sculler leads team after two years of experience

By | Oct 31, 2019

Senior sculler Liza Caldicott came to Ithaca College with no rowing experience. In her 2018-19 season, she earned several league and NCAA titles.


Step team shares culture through movement

By | Oct 30, 2019

The stage lights fade up as four members of the step team D.O.P.E.


Editorial: Students must take advantage of open discussions on campus

By The Ithacan | Oct 24, 2019

The responsibility to curate positive change can’t fall on the administration alone.


College dedicates bench to deceased student

By | Oct 7, 2019

The bench is decorated with a plaque inscribed with the name of former Ithaca College student Kelly Perkins, who died in a car accident in March. 


Review: Video games and visuals fail vivid synth-pop album

By | Oct 2, 2019

From Janelle Monae’s “Dirty Computer” to Melanie Martinez’s “K-12,” an increasing number of musical artists have accompanied their album releases with short films — and M83 is no different.


Annual music festival supports community

By | Sep 25, 2019

On a typically quiet street in the Fall Creek neighborhood, dozens of people crowded around the porch of an old house, dancing and singing along to the soulful croons and acoustic guitars of a local folk band.