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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 21, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Dining Services holds town hall for student critique

By | Oct 22, 2019

Four students attended an open forum to offer feedback about the change in meal service providers hosted by Ithaca College Dining Services Oct. 15.

Seminar walks students through local farm to table process

By | Oct 22, 2019

The seminar “Farm to Table: Conscious Cuisine for the 21st Century” teaches freshmen about sustainable agriculture and the Ithaca area.

Ad Lab poster called out for racist stereotyping

By | Oct 22, 2019

An advertisement that hangs in a classroom in the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College was marked with comments calling it racist.

Faculty members voice concerns about transparency

By | Oct 10, 2019

Members of the Ithaca College Faculty Council have raised concerns about transparency between faculty members and the administration.

College offers summer courses for prisoners

By | Oct 9, 2019

In summer 2019, Ithaca College offered courses for students incarcerated at Elmira Correctional Facility, a prison in Elmira, New York. 

Ballet & Books combines dancing and literacy skills

By | Oct 9, 2019

Ballet & Books is a community organization that aims to combine literacy skills and dance to engage students outside of a traditional classroom.

Ambassador program helps freshmen transition to college

By | Oct 8, 2019

The Ithaca Ambassador Program, currently in its third semester, serves to guide freshman students as they transition from high school to college.

Alumna discusses 1700s sex toys and female empowerment

By | Oct 7, 2019

Kathleen Lubey, associate professor in the Department of English at St. John’s University, discussed 18th century women and relations to sex toys.

College dedicates bench to deceased student

By | Oct 7, 2019

The bench is decorated with a plaque inscribed with the name of former Ithaca College student Kelly Perkins, who died in a car accident in March. 

Q&A: New CAPS director discusses future goals

By | Oct 7, 2019

Brian Petersen, director of the Ithaca College Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), began his position at the college Sept. 16.

Democracy Now! co-host discusses flaws of mainstream media

By | Oct 7, 2019

Nermeen Shaikh, broadcast news producer and co-host of “Democracy Now!,” spoke about the fallacies and distortions of mainstream media Oct. 3.

Initiatives aim to continue increase of student voting

By | Oct 3, 2019

Voting among college students has surged over the past four years. Efforts are being made to continue the momentum of student voter registration.