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Administration discusses Spring 2021 and faculty cuts

By | Oct 16, 2020

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado said that the college fully intends to return to an in-person semester for the spring.


IC announces plans to address racism in theater department

By | Oct 16, 2020

Ithaca College has announced its plan to address two of Ithaca College Theatre Arts Black, Indigenous and People of Color (ICTA BIPOC)’s demands.


Formal training for guiding eyes dogs delayed

By | Oct 6, 2020

Guiding Eyes for the Blind at IC has had its paws full raising dogs amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which has delayed formal guide dog training.


Individual who accessed the IC campus tests positive for COVID-19

By | Oct 1, 2020

An individual who has accessed the Ithaca College campus has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Tompkins County Health Department.  


PPECS offers curbside pickup for remote Fall 2020

By | Sep 21, 2020

Ithaca College’s PPECS is continuing to offer equipment checkouts to students despite Fall 2020 being held remotely.


Students and alumni form group to call out racism in theater department

By | Sep 11, 2020

A group of students and alumni are calling on IC to address racist incidents perpetuated by faculty, students and staff in the theatre department. 


Ithaca musicians rock out for Black Lives Matter benefit concert

By | Jul 18, 2020

Nicholas Robinson, a Black hip-hop artist known as Overflow, performed July 10 at a virtual benefit concert for Black Lives Matter Ithaca.


Identity inspires work of experimental composer

By | Jan 29, 2020

As a professional composer, Sarah Hennies’ life and house revolve around music.


Demands of restaurants lead to closures

By | Dec 12, 2019

From pizzerias to Moroccan concepts, Hicham Oulida, Towers Marketplace retail manager at Ithaca College, has owned six restaurants — five of which were in Ithaca — over the past decade.



Annual National Novel Writing Month fosters creativity

By | Nov 14, 2019

On a cold, dark Friday night, the Alley Cat Cafe in downtown Ithaca is a warm safe haven from the harsh weather.


Festival offers respectful space for QTPOC

By | Oct 9, 2019

The second floor of the First Unitarian Church transformed into an art gallery Saturday, featuring artwork from queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) from around the country.