January 30, 2023
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All-College Gathering discusses challenges at IC and solutions

By | Jan 29, 2023

Faculty, staff and some students attended the All-College Gathering on Jan. 26. College leadership spent the noon hour speaking about student success and shared governance.


World News Jan. 26

By | Jan 25, 2023

Classified documents found at former vice president’s home
A lawyer for former Vice President Mike Pence found 12 classified documents in a search of his Indiana home in the latest development related to the handling of secret information by officials.


Former president Collado received $172,776 payment before layoffs

By | Jan 25, 2023

In 2020 — the same year that IC began the process of eliminating 116 faculty members — former President Shirley Collado’s reportable compensation jumped from $583,872 in 2019 to $723,985. 


Editorial: IT should provide more security against phishing

By | Jan 25, 2023

Students have all the right to be dissatisfied with how the college has handled protecting their security.


Editorial: SLT’s compensations must be disclosed and regulated

By | Jan 25, 2023

Except for the lack of regulations and financial transparency, the hierarchical difference between administration and faculty is large.


Club ski team hits the slopes early for new season

By | Jan 25, 2023

On a rainy day in the middle of January, members of the Ithaca College Ski Racing Club can be spotted speeding down Greek Peak Mountain Resort in nearby Cortland.


College Briefs Jan. 26

By The Ithacan | Jan 25, 2023

College food pantry to open with updated hours
Ithaca College’s Food Pantry is reopening for the Spring 23 semester on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:15–2 p.m.


Public Safety Logs Jan. 3–7

By The Ithacan | Jan 25, 2023

January 3
 
Petit Larceny over $200
LOCATION: Whalen Center for Music / 146 Conservatory Drive
SUMMARY: A caller reported an unknown person stole a backpack.


Students receive scam emails promoting employment

By | Jan 25, 2023

Students have been receiving scam emails from Ithaca College’s Department of Biology offering a high-paying job.



Offensive lineman earns back-to-back All-America honors

By | Jan 25, 2023

Following a successful 2022 season for the Ithaca College football program, senior offensive lineman Jake Villanueva earned an Associated Press Second Team All-America selection.


Basketball teams resume seasons during winter break

By | Jan 25, 2023

On Jan. 2, the Ithaca College men’s and women’s basketball teams resumed their respective seasons while the majority of the college’s population was away from the campus on winter break. 



College faculty and staff test new Student Success Dashboard

By | Jan 25, 2023

Ithaca College is testing the Student Success Dashboard as a tool for faculty and staff to use in identifying students who need academic assistance.


Commentary: Avoiding the truth about Palestine only causes harm

By | Jan 24, 2023

“From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.” These words are not just a catchy slogan but a promise.


Commentary: Student debt repayment alarms senior students

By | Jan 24, 2023

When I finish paying back my student loans, I will likely pay around the same amount in interest as the loan was worth in the first place,


Review: Animated series brings energy to ‘Lupin’ franchise

By | Jan 24, 2023

The cast and crew of “Lupin ZERO,” an engaging animated series tackling the origin story of Lupin, clearly understand the franchise’s characters.


Young artists challenge mental health stigma

By | Jan 24, 2023

The “Naming the Unnameable Exhibit: Youth Stories of Resilience and Survival” art installation is showcasing personal stories of trauma and overcoming obstacles in different forms.


Students propose curriculum to improve diversity education

By | Jan 24, 2023

Ithaca College students created a proposal to restructure the current diversity credit requirement of the Integrated Core Curriculum to provide a more effective diversity education.


Tompkins County alerts community of increased COVID-19 cases

By | Jan 24, 2023

The Tompkins County COVID-19 Community Level shifted from low to medium Jan. 19 because of an increase in positive cases and hospitalizations.