Confusion about Ithaca College’s Medical Amnesty Policy (MAP) has caused some students to call for clarity.
Jeff Orlowski-Yang, creator of the award-winning documentary “The Social Dilemma,” visited campus as the Roy H. Park School of Communications distinguished visitor of 2022.
Ithaca College has sent out a survey to the Class of 2020 graduates to gauge their interest in having an in-person commencement ceremony in May 2023.
Rain fell over the Muller Chapel on Sept. 13 as members of the Ithaca College community gathered to remember sophomore Shea Colbert, who died unexpectedly in a car accident Sept. 10.
Even though their time at Ithaca College may have ended, two rowing alumni, Pearl Outlaw ’20 and Savanna Brija ’18 are set to pick up their oars once again, this time for Team USA.
In recent years, IC Eco-Reps was forced to scale back as reduced funding and staff cutbacks left the program without staff to advocate for the students.
Students and employees filled Emerson Suites on Aug. 21 for a continuation of the IC Day of Learning — this time about anti-racism and advocacy work.
IC announced its COVID-19 policies for Fall 2022 including required testing for move-in but surveillance testing will not be required for any individuals.
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.
On April 30, The Island Fusion Dance Team held its end of the year showcase “Escape to the Islands” in Emerson Suites with various styles of dance.
Despite legal precedent and public opinion, the United States Supreme Court intends to overturn Roe v. Wade. May 3 the Ithaca community gathered in protest.
From left, junior Arlo Catanzaro, seniors Trisha Curtin, Michael Memis, and sophomore Gus Genova host the VIC Radio 50-Hour Marathon fundraiser to benefit the Southside Community Center.