February 5, 2023
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Proposed scheduling grid dropped after campus concerns

By | Nov 16, 2022

On Nov. 3, faculty members were sent an email from the Offices of the Provost and the Registrar explaining that the proposed scheduling grid for Fall 2023 would not be used after faculty raised concer


Review: Neo-noir romance draws viewers in close

By | Nov 16, 2022

Park Chan-wook returns with “Decision to Leave,” a masterfully crafted film that finds where the impassioned love story meets the detective crime thriller.


Men’s soccer team reflects on difficult season

By | Nov 16, 2022

After going 8–6–6 in 2021 and making the Liberty League Championship game, expectations were high for the Ithaca College men’s soccer team for the 2022 season.


Alum documents 40 years of Beatles radio history

By | Nov 16, 2022

“Breakfast with the Beatles” on WICB at the college has a claim to be the longest continuously-running “Breakfast with the Beatles” program in the nation — running as early as 1980.


Review: Story of suppressed queer love disappoints

By | Nov 15, 2022

“My Policeman” spans the course of 40 years, with flourishing cinematography keeping the viewer’s attention despite an underdeveloped storyline.


Bombers and Red Dragons gear up for 63rd Cortaca Jug game

By , | Nov 12, 2022

The Ithaca College and SUNY Cortland football teams held a joint press conference at noon Nov. 9 in the Emerson Suites to celebrate the quickly approaching Cortaca Jug game.


Review: Feminist film is powerful and striking

By | Nov 10, 2022

The new film from Phyllis Nagy, “Call Jane,” is inspired by the true story of a group of feminists who ran an underground abortion clinic.


Wrestling welcomes fans back with strong Ithaca Invitational showing

By , | Nov 9, 2022

A raucous crowd gathered in the Glazer Arena on Nov. 4 and 5 to watch the first wrestling event hosted on campus that has allowed spectators since the 2019–20 season.


Women’s basketball takes down Cortland in overtime

By | Nov 9, 2022

The Ithaca College women’s basketball team defeated the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons in a nail-biting overtime season opener by a final score of 64–55.


Review: Todd Field captures the current moment

By | Nov 8, 2022

After a 16-year hiatus from directing, Todd Field returns with his latest film. As a careful character study, “Tár” succeeds with flying colors.


Alumni discusses networking and mentorship for career advancement

By | Nov 8, 2022

The Ithaca College School of Business, IC’s chapter of the American Marketing Association and Office of Career Services hosted Chris Patton ’04.


From the Editors: The Ithacan stands against antisemitism

By | Nov 8, 2022

Eight swastikas in 2022. Even one is too many, but eight swastikas have been found on Ithaca College’s campus since the beginning of the calendar year. This behavior is unacceptable and cannot be tole