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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 23, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: ‘First Man’ is a terrifying tale of moon mission

By | Oct 22, 2018

“First Man” isn’t entertaining throughout every small step but ends with one giant leap that makes it worthwhile.

Bus crash kills Cornell alumna and injures others

By | Oct 16, 2018

A bus traveling from Ithaca to New York City crashed in Pennsylvania, killing a Cornell University alumna and injuring several other passengers Oct.14.

Students react to Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation

By | Oct 10, 2018

It was a cloudy Sunday morning in Ithaca on Oct. 7. A small group of students on campus gathered near Muller Chapel to pray.

Students gain confidence through stand up and sketch comedy

By | Oct 9, 2018

“It’s a social club where you meet people and friends,” Coates said. “Professionally, it’s a big confidence booster.”

College creates online system for reporting bias-related incidents

By | Oct 9, 2018

The college has rolled out its pilot program for a new online system for students, faculty and staff to report instances of bias: the Bias Impact Reporting Form.

Ithaca College Board of Trustees elects six new members

By | Oct 9, 2018

The Ithaca College Board of Trustees has elected six new members for the 2018–19 academic year.

Commentary: Yoga is widely misappropriated in the West

By | Oct 9, 2018

So next time, before you sign up for that Hot Yoga class that burns 600 calories in an hour, remember the true motives of yoga and how you may be disrespecting them.

Retail dining locations on campus switch to compostable straws

By | Oct 8, 2018

Ithaca College will no longer be purchasing plastic straws for its on-campus retail locations. Instead, the plastic straws will be replaced with compostable ones.

Review: ‘Blaze’ captures melancholy of country musician

By | Oct 8, 2018

Though “Blaze” is a dramatization of the ’70s musician Blaze Foley’s life, Hawke doesn’t adhere to typical biopic conventions.

Students struggle with food insecurity at Ithaca College

By | Oct 4, 2018

Data from the most recent Campus Climate Survey, conducted in Fall 2016, shows that, out of nearly 3,000 students who responded, 47 percent reported experiencing financial hardship while attending the

Editorial: Food insecurity at college needs long-term resolution

By The Ithacan | Oct 4, 2018

Why isn’t the college doing more to support its students who suffer from food insecurity?

Clubs celebrate Korean music through dance and discussion

By | Oct 3, 2018

“For some people, K-pop can be refreshing and new,” Dotten said. “It can be something people find fascinating.”