January 28, 2023
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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. 


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.


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.


Student demographics data begins to be more gender-inclusive

By | Jan 24, 2023

2022–23 demographics data has become more inclusive after the Common App and the college started recording students’ gender identity.


The Ithacan Diversity Report 2022–23

By | Dec 8, 2022

This year, The Ithacan is revisiting last year’s diversity report. The new diversity report was formulated by the current community outreach manager.


Patterns of sexual violence and hazing persist in fraternities

By | Dec 7, 2022

Fraternities at Cornell University have made it into headlines in many major publications for reports of drink-spiking and a sexual assault at fraternity parties.


College receives Gold rating for sustainability performance

By | Dec 7, 2022

Ithaca College received a Gold rating for its sustainability through the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS).


Provost to take limited role in Faculty Council meetings

By | Dec 7, 2022

Melanie Stein, provost and senior vice president, announced that she will no longer stay at Faculty Council meetings after giving the provost’s report.


Students organize sleepout to raise money for local non-profit

By | Dec 7, 2022

Ithaca College students organized a sleep out and raised $500 for Second Wind, a local nonprofit that helps homeless individuals through housing and services.


SGC discusses scheduling grid with faculty representatives

By | Dec 7, 2022

For its last meeting of the semester, the SGC spoke with faculty members Ellen Staurowsky and Thomas Pfaff about the college’s scheduling grid.


Psychology minors face registration struggles because of low course offerings

By | Nov 30, 2022

Faculty cuts in the Ithaca College Department of Psychology have left many students minoring in psychology struggling to register for Spring 2023 classes and meet the requirements needed to graduate. 


College encourages alumni engagement beyond financial donations

By | Nov 30, 2022

Ithaca College is changing its approach to alumni engagement, focusing on creating relationships with alumni beyond financial contributions.