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Faculty founds tech company to bring mobility to children

By | Sep 26, 2022

Current and former Ithaca College faculty founded a company to build robots in the hopes of bringing mobility to children with motor impairment.


IC adjusts to high staff, faculty and administrative turnover

By | Sep 21, 2022

Ithaca College continues to be affected by staffing shortages as the college rebuilds its leadership departments and deals with staff, faculty and administrative turnover.


Ithaca residents get on board with free TCAT campaign

By | Sep 14, 2022

Members of the Ithaca community have shown they are ready for free public transit. A petition was launched March 3 to make Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) free.


City of Ithaca protects abortion access with sanctuary law

By | Sep 7, 2022

Ithaca became a sanctuary city for abortions July 6 after the Common Council voted unanimously to make the ordinance brought forth by Alderperson Robert Cantelmo into city law. 


IC partners with Cayuga Health System for student health care

By | Aug 31, 2022

Ithaca College became a part of the Cayuga Health System’s (CHS) network Aug. 15, with the hopes to create a more sustainable student health center.


Vice president for human resources to leave Ithaca College

By | Aug 29, 2022

Hayley Harris, vice president for human resources and planning at Ithaca College, will be departing the college soon, according to an email by the college.


College encourages masks indoors after rise in COVID-19 cases

By | Aug 26, 2022

Ithaca College is strongly encouraging campus community members to wear face coverings while indoors after an increase in positive COVID-19 cases. 


UPDATE: Center for Natural Sciences cleared after bomb threat

By | Aug 5, 2022

The Center for Natural Sciences at Ithaca College has been evacuated Aug. 5 following a telephoned bomb threat.


From the Editors: Clarification regarding the story, ‘After saying her salary would freeze, President Collado’s compensation rose’

By | May 20, 2022

On May 17, over 10 days after the publication of the story, “After saying her salary would freeze, President Collado’s compensation rose,” Ithaca College leadership reached out to The Ithacan, calling for a retraction of the story. 


Title IX failures reveal systemic flaws in policy

By | Apr 27, 2022

Emma Taylor ’21 is one of many students who never won their Title IX hearing, never received protection and feels that the collegiate justice system has failed them.


IC offers educational opportunities amid national opioid crisis

By | Apr 20, 2022

Goode said one way to do that is to attend opioid overdose trainings that are held for the campus community through partnership with the Southern Tier AIDS program (STAP). 


As effects of climate change begin to show, Ithaca starts preparing

By | Apr 13, 2022

As climate change-related weather events intensifies, infrastructure, farming and human life and property in the state of New York and the City of Ithaca are being impacted.