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Ithaca College students join nationwide rallies against hate

By , | Nov 11, 2016

Students held up anti-hate–themed signs, and some showed their support by honking as they drove by the group. Conversely, one person, riding in a red pickup truck, flipped off the students.


Nagee Green pleads not guilty in stabbing death of Anthony Nazaire

By | Nov 7, 2016

Nagee Green, a 23-year-old man from Freeville, New York, has pleaded not guilty to two charges related to the Aug. 28 stabbing of Ithaca College sophomore Anthony Nazaire.


Q&A: IC professor explores conversion therapy in film script

By | Nov 2, 2016

“Fair Haven” was written by Jack Bryant, assistant professor in the department of media arts, sciences, and studies at the college.


Union returns to bargaining with receival of counterproposal

By | Oct 26, 2016

The part time–faculty union met with the Ithaca College administration Oct. 24 to continue negotiations.


Charmed: Ithaca celebrates second annual Wizarding Weekend

By | Oct 19, 2016

Dozens of local Ithaca establishments are participating in Wizarding Weekend, and it has provided opportunities for Ithaca College students as well.


Ambiguity surrounds IC body camera policy as deadline nears

By | Oct 5, 2016

With fewer than three months to meet the deadline to have body cameras on officers, questions remain about the college’s pending body camera policy.


Sophomore rebounds from injury to make Bomber uniform debut

By | Oct 5, 2016

Sophomore Emma Oliver spent her first year as a Bomber on the sidelines in the hands of the athletic trainers.


Ithaca College faculty voice concerns with Rochon’s leadership

By | Sep 21, 2016

A month into President Tom Rochon’s final year in office, faculty members are expressing concerns that the administration has failed to adequately address grievances voiced during in Fall 2015.


Part-time faculty and administration continue long contract talks

By | Aug 21, 2016

After nearly a year of negotiations, the Ithaca College part-time faculty union and the administration are still negotiating the most complex contract elements: benefits, wages and job security. Each side feels differently about the progress that’s being made.


Ithaca College Provost Benjamin Rifkin steps down July 31

By The Ithacan | Jul 19, 2016

Benjamin Rifkin, provost and vice president for educational affairs at Ithaca College, announced he will resign from his administrative role effective July 31.