December 2, 2021
Ithaca, NY | 51°F

Gingerbread decorating spices up the campus with holiday spirit

By The Ithacan | Dec 2, 2021

Ithaca College’s Student Activity Board (SAB) hosted its annual Gingerbread House Decorating Contest on Nov.


Editorial: Students call for empathy with mental health issues

By | Dec 2, 2021

Leniency shouldn’t have dissipated with the return to in-person classes. If anything, this is the time for extensions and sympathy.


Student managers make an impact on men’s basketball team

By | Dec 2, 2021

As the Ithaca College men’s basketball team has jumped out to a 3–1 start, several student managers have been working behind the scenes to make sure the team runs smoothly. 


New club unites Christian students over bowls of cereal

By | Dec 1, 2021

At 7:37 p.m. every Thursday, the Ithaca College cereal ministry club meets to eat cereal and discuss the Bible together.


Review: Venus and Serena Williams biopic smashes an ace

By | Dec 1, 2021

Venus and Serena Williams are portrayed terrifically in “King Richard,” a biopic that follows the formula but is overall effective.


Black accountants club promotes diversity and professionalism

By | Dec 1, 2021

The Ithaca College National Association of Black Accountants has been bridging gaps for minority students in the School of Business for 10 years.


SGC discusses college’s transition to an online bookstore

By | Dec 1, 2021

Dave Prunty, executive director of Auxiliary Services, met with the SGC to discuss the benefits of the online bookstore at its Nov. 29 meeting. 


Review: Taylor Swift creates masterful re-recording of ‘Red’

By | Nov 30, 2021

Taylor Swift re-records another one of her old tapes, ‘Red,’ to create a terrific new version called ‘Red (Taylor’s Version).’


IC Creatives: Naandi Jamison

By The Ithacan | Nov 30, 2021

Junior acting major Naandi Jamison shares her crocheting and plans to open her small business in the near future.  


Bombers fall to Red Dragons in 62nd Cortaca Jug game

By , | Nov 18, 2021

The Ithaca College and SUNY Cortland football teams treated fans to a thriller, battling through rain and snow in the 62nd Cortaca Jug game Nov. 13 in Cortland.


Editorial: SGC does not recognize its own position of power

By | Nov 17, 2021

The students at the college are adults, who in whichever way they can, are putting their money, time and faith into this college and into the administration.


IC students and alumni work at America’s state and national parks

By | Nov 17, 2021

From left, Miriam Maistelman, Mary McKean, Paul Corsi and Lizz Eberhardt have volunteered and worked at state and national parks across America.