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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

March 24, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Editorial: New dining arrangement introduces potential risks

By The Ithacan | Mar 20, 2019

While the new dining services have the potential to revolutionize dining on campus, with that also comes the risk of worsening the program.

Students host forum on future of Dining Services at IC

By | Mar 20, 2019

The event included a panel of representatives from the college that discussed the future of Dining Services and addressed concerns brought up by the students.

Spring sports teams travel south for warmer weather

By | Mar 20, 2019

Several Ithaca College teams traveled to warmer areas of the country to compete against high-level competition on outdoor fields.

Q&A: Freshman finds feminism in local roller derby league

By | Mar 19, 2019

During Women’s History Month in March, many brave women and their struggles, victories and histories are remembered.

Review: “Exocraft” is extraordinarily generic

By | Mar 18, 2019

Resource management games can be charming to some, but Goldfire Studios’ “Exocraft” is an uninspired knockoff of many other sci-fi games.

Wrestling finishes fourth overall at national championships

By | Mar 14, 2019

The Ithaca College Wrestling team finished in fourth place as a team at the 2019 Division III Wrestling National Championships in Roanoke, Virginia.

College begins search for new VP of marketing and enrollment

By | Mar 6, 2019

President Collado announced that the college is beginning its search for a new vice president for marketing and enrollment Strategy.

Men’s tennis comes up just short against St. Lawrence

By | Mar 6, 2019

The Ithaca College men’s tennis team had their comeback attempt spurned by St. Lawrence University and lost 5–4 to the Saints.

Human Resources begins transition away from Parnassus

By | Mar 6, 2019

Ithaca College began a temporary freeze on data entries into Parnassus on March 6 to transition its human resources management software.

National Recap: Striking teachers return to classrooms

By | Mar 6, 2019

Keith Brown, president of the teachers’ union, said he is proud of what the strike has accomplished and how it unified the community.

Justice Walls supports social justice street art

By | Mar 5, 2019

One of Ithaca’s most defining characteristics is its commitment to public art.

Review: “Harverd Dropout” lacks timeless quality

By | Mar 5, 2019

Just over two years ago, the internet gave birth to one of its most colorful and outspoken personalities.