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Editorial: Coat drive extension shows campus community need

By | Feb 27, 2020

It forces the question: What other resources are needed by the campus community that might be available to silently claim off a donation rack?


Editorial: International faculty benefit perspectives on campus

By | Feb 27, 2020

On Feb. 19, Mirit Hadar-Bessire, lecturer in the Ithaca College Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, officially became a U.S. citizen.


Successful fundraising is built from shared passions

By | Feb 20, 2020

The event offered a way for individuals to bring together social justice matters and music under one roof.


CSCRE major program will put diversity at the forefront

By | Feb 20, 2020

In pursuing the adaptation of a new major program in CSCRE, the college is exemplifying the dedication of its funds to bettering student education.


New name alone cannot change the culture of religious group

By | Feb 13, 2020

The community has recently rebranded and is now named the Lighthouse Christian Fellowship (LCF).


Faculty and administration need to communicate, not argue

By | Feb 13, 2020

As people in positions of power, it is necessary that faculty members take responsibility for any microaggressions that happen in their classrooms.


Editorial: Whalen’s culture around mental health must change

By | Feb 6, 2020

On Ithaca College’s campus at night, it is not surprising that most academic buildings are rather quiet.


Editorial: Ithaca theater scene brings students and locals together

By | Feb 6, 2020

This creates a relationship between the college and the downtown community that is mutually beneficial.


Academic festivals provide engaging and diverse learning opportunities

By | Jan 30, 2020

Diverse speakers fill gaps in the curriculum and allow students to see how much industries have changed. 


A new campus climate survey is necessary for impactful change

By | Jan 29, 2020

For the revisions to have lasting impacts, the data used must reflect the current student population — not one from four years past. 


Editorial: Police need repercussions after excessive use of violence

By | Jan 23, 2020

It is unrealistic to expect a college town to not have college parties, and it especially is wrong for a person to be treated like a dangerous criminal when they do. 


Editorial: Stopping microaggressions starts in the classroom

By | Jan 23, 2020

Although there is an inherent power dynamic among professors and students, both should be held responsible when they make comments that are insensitive.