February 2, 2023
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Editorial: It is on students to make wise decisions on ChatGPT

By | Feb 1, 2023

It is on students to acknowledge that the tuition they pay is not for cheating, but for getting the best educational experience possible.


Editorial: Cruelty free law is not as beneficial as some think

By | Feb 1, 2023

While signing the New York Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, Governor Kathy Hochul should have added another word — somewhat free.


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.


Editorial: Priority needs to be given to athletes’ mental health

By | Dec 7, 2022

For athletes, mental health is typically taboo. A coach will likely tell players, “Get your head in the game!”


Editorial: Regulations are essential to prevent crimes at frats

By | Dec 7, 2022

Fraternities have become so powerful over time that they are hardly held accountable for the crimes they commit.


Editorial: Mutual aid participation should be campus wide

By | Nov 30, 2022

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, groups representing minority populations on Ithaca College’s campus, like PRISM and Ujima: Black Student Union (BSU)


Editorial: BeReal has brought real spontaneity back online

By | Nov 30, 2022

Those nostalgic for Instagram circa 2014 have found a way to relive the feeling of silly, carefree spontaneity with the popular app BeReal.


Cortaca tradition stretches yards beyond winning title

By | Nov 16, 2022

Friendly competition is key in sporting events and helps boost school spirit among students, faculty, staff and alumni.


Days of Learning should occur on regular basis

By | Nov 16, 2022

Ithaca College has now hosted two Days of Learning during 2022 in response to swastikas found on campus. 


Lack of input in proposed schedule grid causes confusion

By | Nov 2, 2022

The new scheduling grid proposal may be designed with students in mind, but for some professors, it is already proving to be a headache.


Commencement changes contribute to frustration

By | Nov 2, 2022

Commencement has slowly become synonymous with apprehension since the nationwide cancellation of graduation ceremonies in Spring 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.