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Steering committee looks to partner with health organizations

By | Apr 10, 2019

The Strategic Planning Steering Committee held a meeting with the community April 9 at the Tompkins County Library about how Ithaca College could better connect with health partners in the community.


Student brings national environmental campaign to campus

By | Mar 27, 2019

This spring, Ithaca College junior Thomas Minett introduced the national campaign #PutAPriceOnIt to the college’s campus.


Leader of Green Amendment movement presents on environmentalism

By | Mar 27, 2019

Ithaca College hosted environmentalist and lawyer Maya van Rossum for a presentation on environmental degradation, protections and protections.


Review: Show breathes life into mental illness awareness

By | Mar 18, 2019

Media covering mental illness is often touchy.


Review team critical of Ithaca College health services

By | Dec 12, 2018

Keeling and Associates found that health services on the college’s campus are not organized effectively and do not have up-to-par operational effectiveness.


Public health club launches water bottle drive for Ecuador program

By | Nov 25, 2018

A group of students at Ithaca College is looking to make a global difference through local efforts.


Club focuses on women empowerment through health and fitness

By | Mar 31, 2018

Junior Au’Vonnie Dorsett said she missed having an outlet to exercise through and the sisterhood she experienced while being a part of a team.


Depressed Cake Shop makes Ithaca debut to fight mental illness

By | Apr 26, 2017

One organization, new to Ithaca, aims to encourage discussion in a different way — through sweet treats.


National Recap: Republican health care bill falls flat

By | Mar 29, 2017

Despite promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the GOP’s attempt to pass a health care overhaul bill has failed.


IC professor examines detrimental effects of pot farming

By | Nov 9, 2016

“I honestly don’t care if marijuana gets legalized, but I’m very concerned about when it gets legalized, that we’re ready to measure the impacts of it,” Brenner said.


Review: “Finding Dory” eagerly addresses mental disabilities

By | Aug 4, 2016

As audience members follow Dory on her journey to reunite with her family in the wide expanse of the ocean, they are overcome with emotions of sadness, hopefulness, and contentment as Dory is aided by other sea creatures along with Marlin and Nemo.


Letter to the Editor: Mental illness should not be sensationalized

By | May 13, 2016

It is problematic that a mental illness is being sensationalized in such a way and I am disappointed that my own struggles have been exploited to attract more readers.