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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 14, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

SGC discusses religious holidays bill and changes to TCAT route

By | Nov 13, 2018

The SGC tabled a bill proposal for Jewish holiday accommodations and hosted a Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit focus group at its Nov. 12 meeting.

Public Safety investigates three burglaries at Circle Apartments

By | Nov 10, 2018

Three burglaries occurred at the Ithaca College Circle Apartments sometime during the night of Nov. 9 and the morning of Nov. 10, according to the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.

Researchers plan to create app for accessibility

By | Nov 7, 2018

South Hill — the steep incline that Ithaca College’s campus is situated atop — may seem like an impossible challenge to climb for individuals who are not able-bodied.

Collado hosts event for community after violence across country

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado hosted a gathering Oct. 31 to bring the campus community together in the aftermath of a series of violent events that occurred across the country.

Nonbinary students missing from college data

By | Oct 10, 2018

At Ithaca College, there is an annual collection of analytical information about all students, which is organized into a document called Facts in Brief.

New student club looks to work with local wildlife

By | Oct 1, 2018

As an incoming Ithaca College freshman, Ana Maria Arroyo looked forward to making connections with people who shared her passion for wildlife.

Review: Refreshing romcom revitalizes the genre

By | Sep 3, 2018

Beyond the complex themes and representation that this film presents, “Crazy Rich Asians” is a solid film on its own.

Middle States reaccredit Ithaca College

By | Jul 5, 2018

Ithaca College has been reaccredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

President Shirley M. Collado introduces new provost at Faculty Council

By | May 2, 2018

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado introduced La Jerne Cornish, the newly appointed provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, at the Faculty Council meeting May 1.

Potential ICC theme change could provide more course options

By | Apr 18, 2018

Around 86 percent of the students were in favor of eliminating the themes and almost 83 percent found the themes to be restrictive.

‘In My Own Words’: Public Safety Addresses ‘Deeply Tarnished Reputation’

By The Ithacan | Apr 14, 2018

This week on “In My Own Words,” Glenn Epps talks with Administrative Lieutenant Tom Dunn and Andrew Kosinuk, crime prevention and community events liason, from the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.