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April 15, 2021
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Professor reels in fish left behind in dorm rooms

By | Apr 20, 2020

Kanda’s fish were still on campus, and she realized that other pets owned by students may be trapped in on-campus housing because students did not get the chance to retrieve them before the college sh


Applications for positions on The Ithacan editorial board now open

By | Apr 15, 2020

Applications for positions on the Fall 2020 editorial board of The Ithacan are now available.


Senior leadership team provides updates on COVID-19 related changes

By | Apr 11, 2020

The senior leadership team of Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado’s administration updated students about how the college will be moving forward during the COVID-19 pandemic via Zoom on April


IC to use remote learning instruction for remainder of semester

By | Mar 17, 2020

Ithaca College will continue remote instruction for the remainder of the semester and commencement has been moved to Aug. 1 for the Class of 2020, according to a campus wide email sent March 17.


Health department confirms first case of COVID-19 in Tompkins County

By | Mar 14, 2020

The New York State Department of Health confirmed a positive case of COVID-19 in Tompkins County, according to a statement from the Tompkins County Health Department on March 14. 


Candidates propose plans to address higher education issues

By | Mar 5, 2020

The primary elections are an opportunity for college students, many of whom are eligible voters for the first time, to change their futures. 


Lecturer at Ithaca College obtains U.S. citizenship

By | Feb 27, 2020

Twelve years ago, Mirit Hadar-Bessire, lecturer in the Ithaca College Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, fled her home country of Israel.


Ithaca College students photograph Australian bushfires

By | Feb 20, 2020

When Ithaca College sophomores Jordan Brown and Grace George stepped off the plane in January in Sydney, they immediately got a whiff of smoke. 


Faculty express concern with Collado administration

By , | Feb 13, 2020

Ithaca College faculty members are beginning to express concerns about the Shirley M. Collado administration’s leadership regarding issues of finances and campus climate.


Music students struggle with demanding culture and courses

By | Feb 6, 2020

In Spring 2017 at Ithaca College, then-freshman Courtney Webster was taking 13 courses, worth 16 credits, to fulfill her music outside field major.


Landon Hall residents evacuate after fire extinguisher set off

By | Feb 4, 2020

Landon Residence Hall residents were forced to evacuate their rooms because of a fire extinguisher that was set off, but there was no fire. 


Collado discusses imminent changes at All-College Gathering

By | Jan 30, 2020

At the All-College Gathering on Jan. 28, Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado spoke about impending economic and structural changes the college will see.