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October 2, 2022
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Information of student loan borrowers exposed in data breach

By | Sep 21, 2022

Personal information of about 2.5 million student loan borrowers across the United States was exposed in a data breach of Nelnet Servicing LLC (Nelnet) during Summer 2022.


Campus food pantry serves more patrons in 2022 than past years

By | Sep 21, 2022

Data collected shows that the college’s food pantry continues to pull in patrons in need of food, but a lack of volunteers reduces its ability to provide.


Professor gives talk on generational trauma from the Holocaust

By | Sep 21, 2022

Members of the IC community gathered Sept. 20 to listen to a presentation about the lasting impacts of the Holocaust through generation trauma.


New mini mart owner rebrands to draw college students

By | Sep 21, 2022

With new owners and a new menu, Smiley’s Mini Mart on Rogan’s Corner hopes to appeal more to Ithaca College students.


Alum receives three presidential awards for service work

By | Sep 21, 2022

Maggie Eckerson ’18 was recently awarded three presidential honors for her work in the Peace Corps and AmeriCorps.


College offers Class of 2020 an in-person commencement

By | Sep 20, 2022

Ithaca College has sent out a survey to the Class of 2020 graduates to gauge their interest in having an in-person commencement ceremony in May 2023.


Q&A: Filmmaker talks inspiration and advice for students

By | Sep 20, 2022

Staff writer Emma Kersting spoke with filmmaker Jeff Orlowski-Yang on his process for filmmaking and advice for aspiring filmmakers.


SGC welcomes new senators and Appropriations Committee candidates

By , | Sep 18, 2022

The SGC welcomed nine newly elected senators and instated five students to the Appropriations Committee at the SGC’s weekly meeting Sept. 19.