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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

May 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Editorial: Drugs education beats testing

By | Oct 9, 2013

Like 79 percent of Division III schools, Ithaca College does not have a college-specific drug-testing policy for its student-athletes.

Editorial: City job report lacks context

By | Oct 3, 2013

Between 2002 and 2012, the City of Ithaca had the highest job-growth rate in New York state — outperforming New York City, Syracuse and Albany.

Editorial: Berated bikers

By | Oct 2, 2013

Much to the excitement of local bikers, the City of Ithaca has proposed a Bicycle Boulevard Plan, which will create a route that allows riders to safely navigate the city.

Editorial: E-cigs light up policy potential

By | Sep 25, 2013

Electronic cigarettes, or “e-cigs,” are a trending alternative to tobacco cigarettes.

Editorial: Work for a living

By The Ithacan | Sep 25, 2013

In 2006, Tompkins County became a certified living-wage employer, meaning it pays the minimum salary necessary for employees to meet their basic needs.

Editorial: Media potential

By | Sep 18, 2013

Ithaca College recently hosted Carl Corry, the online editor for Newsday, to speak about the rise of smartphone journalism.

Editorial: School and game, tied for first

By | Sep 18, 2013

Ithaca College is not a place that many would expect to frequently pump out professional athletes — and it doesn’t.

Editorial: Forms override frustrations

By | Sep 11, 2013

As Ithaca College makes the shift to online course override forms, it joins schools such as Michigan State University and the University of Massachusetts Amherst in digitizing higher education’s registration process.

Editorial: Butter funders

By | Sep 11, 2013

While it’s valid to question whether or not Ithaca College should renovate Butterfield Stadium to have a new turf field, which would put athletes on the frontline with Division III competition, the more pressing question should be what the college can do to improve the conditions its academic buildings.

Editorial: Allies are few, solidarity is far

By | Sep 4, 2013

In the wake of racially charged issues, such as the killing of Trayvon Martin and the Supreme Court’s invalidation of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, it is disheartening that so few white people attended the 50th Anniversary March on Washington.

Editorial: Stress to the core

By | Sep 4, 2013

Many first-year students do not know what they want to major in, let alone what “theme” should guide their college careers.

Editorial: Dollars and sense

By | Aug 31, 2013

President Barack Obama stopped at Binghamton University’s campus on Friday, as part of a two-day tour, to speak about college affordability.