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March 5, 2021
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Tompkins County has highest single-day COVID-19 case increase

By | Dec 5, 2020

Tompkins County has over 250 active COVID-19 cases, the highest number since the beginning of the pandemic. 


Let women in sport be successful and leave it at that

By | Dec 4, 2020

We need to talk about the deeply absurd double standards in American society for women who break down barriers, especially in sports.


Prism lights and little bites return to The Commons

By | Dec 4, 2020

The Downtown Ithaca Alliance (DIA) combined the Winter Light Festival with the Bite of Ithaca restaurant promotion to create the Winter Lights & Bites Festival.


Possible COVID-19 exposure at Ithaca Walgreens

By | Dec 3, 2020

The Tompkins County Health Department announced a possible COVID-19 exposure at the Walgreens on South Meadow Street on Nov. 29.


Review: Potential Oscar nominee killed by poor script

By | Dec 3, 2020

“Hillbilly Elegy,” anticipated to be an Academy Awards season contender, fails dramatically and disappointingly.


FaculTEA with Professor Luke Keller

By The Ithacan | Dec 3, 2020

Today we have Professor Luke Keller, a professor of astronomy and physics at Ithaca College, here to talk about music, books and what qualities a student can have.


False allies among indie artists create mirage of safe space

By | Dec 3, 2020

What do indie artists, including BØRNS, The Growlers, The Frights, The Buttertones and SWMRS have in common?


Two Ithaca nursing home residents die from COVID-19

By | Nov 28, 2020

Two residents of Oak Hill Manor Nursing Home in Ithaca have died from COVID-19, and 52 others at the nursing home have tested positive.


Musicians keep the rhythm flowing through the pandemic

By | Nov 25, 2020

Local musicians have found time to create new pieces of music since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Review: Merry tunes and lively acting define holiday film

By | Nov 23, 2020

“Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey” is a vibrant holiday story with a cast composed almost entirely of actors of color.


Editorial: Students are forced to take matters into their own hands, yet again

By | Nov 22, 2020

Students are saying that they want more communication and transparency regarding these faculty cuts. Students are also requesting basic information.


Writers at IC create stories away from campus

By , | Nov 20, 2020

Students and faculty in the Ithaca College Department of Writing have found new ways to stay creative during the pandemic.