March 30, 2023
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Park alum gives students networking and career advice

By | Mar 1, 2023

On Feb. 27, Ithaca College’s chapter of NYFTSA invited Amanda Cerruti ’19, who currently works for Access Hollywood, to speak with students.

Emily Rockett appointed Secretary to the Board of Trustees

By | Mar 1, 2023

President La Jerne Cornish announced General Counsel Emily Rockett will be the new Secretary to the Board of Trustees Feb. 28.

COVID-19 testing location moves to Mueller Hall

By | Feb 15, 2023

In a Feb. 6 Intercom post, it was announced that the free on-campus COVID-19 testing location has moved from Boothroyd Hall to Mueller Hall. 

Climate change affects New York State and Ithaca winter

By | Feb 15, 2023

Regions of New York have experienced varying amounts of snow this winter. Despite consistent snowfall in Ithaca, factors indicate climate change.

Commentary: Earthquake support must span beyond local groups

By | Feb 14, 2023

On Feb. 6, at 4:17 a.m., Türkiye and Syria were hit by four independent earthquakes — the worst of its kind in 80 years on this fault line.

Q&A: Faculty member shares her first book-writing experience

By | Feb 7, 2023

The Ithacan spoke with Jennifer Spitzer, associate professor in the Department of Literatures in English, to discuss the process and experience of writing her book “Secret Sharers.”

IC Democrats revived again after periods of inactivity

By | Nov 30, 2022

After several periods of inactivity over the past five years, the Ithaca College Democrats club has restarted with new leadership.

College hosts screening of documentary about loneliness

By | Nov 8, 2022

Ithaca College’s Gerontology Institute hosted a screening Nov. 1 of a new documentary, “All the Lonely People,” along with hosting a panel.

International students must be respected on campus

By | Nov 2, 2022

“I feel myself in a zoo while watching you guys speaking in Portuguese.”

Commentary: College students’ mental health deserves attention

By | Oct 5, 2022

According to The Mayo Clinic Health System, 44% of college students struggle with symptoms of depression and anxiety, and within that 44%, 75% are reluctant to seek help.

College Briefs Sept. 22

By | Oct 2, 2022

Tickets on sale for performances by theater and dance students
The Center for Theatre and Dance is selling tickets to all scheduled productions for the 2022–23 academic year.

Early social connections lead to collegiate success

By | Sep 14, 2022

Students who make friends and form positive bonds in college are more likely to be academically successful and to ultimately graduate.