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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 23, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Senior drawn to conducting research on local moths

By | Oct 23, 2018

Senior Allison Brunner is working to create a field guide of the moths native to the Natural Lands by identifying them, species by species, in the field.

Zombie-themed Nerf wars span campuses

By | Oct 10, 2018

Marked with identifying bandanas, zombies chase human prey through campus.

Students learn about strategic planning process at All-Student Gathering

By | Oct 3, 2018

Approximately 30 students learned about the new strategic planning process for Ithaca College and voiced their hopes and concerns about the strategic plan at an All Student Gathering held Oct. 1.

Fur-filled Dog Fest unleashes adoption awareness

By | Sep 25, 2018

It was a great day to be a canine at Ithaca’s fourth annual Dog Fest, held Saturday, Sept. 22.

Family of Anthony Nazaire sues Cornell University for his murder

By | Sep 11, 2018

The family of Anthony Nazaire, a former Ithaca College student, who was fatally stabbed at a Cornell University frat party in 2016, is suing the university for $20 million.

Digging through the Decades: Volleyball celebrates 50th anniversary

By | Sep 5, 2018

The Ithaca College volleyball team celebrated its 50th anniversary by hosting the Bomber Invitational.

Fitness Center climbing wall harnesses new equipment

By | Sep 5, 2018

The Ithaca College Fitness Center climbing wall was expanded over the summer. The purpose was to increase the safety of the participants.

Commentary: College athletes are not a marginalized group

By | May 3, 2018

To be upset about a column tarnishing your sports team is valid and justifiable. To compare the criticism faced with hate crimes toward marginalized groups is ignorant.

A peek behind the curtain of Ithaca’s most bizarre play

By | May 2, 2018

“So I decided to write a play where the goal was to make the audience uncomfortable.”

The Key to IC elected to SGC for 2018-19 year

By | Apr 25, 2018

The Key to IC ran unopposed and received 93.2 percent of the vote.