October 28, 2021
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Volleyball team trains through summer lift-off competition

By | Sep 2, 2021

The Ithaca College volleyball team held its annual lift-off competition this summer to ensure that it is prepared to compete when the season tips off.


Aging studies department slated to be cut due to APP

By | Mar 3, 2021

The aging studies major is one of 26 majors, programs and departments slated to be eliminated as a result of the APP process.


Photo Essay: High schoolers navigate virtual college admissions

By | Dec 10, 2020

Applying to college, taking the SATs and fighting senioritis as a high school senior is challenging enough in a normal year.


Ithaca community has mixed reactions to Biden’s projected win

A sense of relief and exhilaration filled the air Nov. 7 on The Commons in Ithaca, an hour after President-elect Joe Biden secured the projected win.


IC declines to enact SGC bills on transparency and voting

By | Nov 3, 2020

The Ithaca College Senior Leadership Team (SLT) declined to enact three bills passed by the Student Governance Council.


Costumes, candy and COVID-19: Halloween festivities adapt to the pandemic

By | Nov 1, 2020

Halloween is usually the time of year that brings people together to dress up and go door to door at strangers’ houses.


Remote fall semester delays student greenhouse research

By | Oct 1, 2020

When Ithaca College senior Seth Ormsby returned home in the spring, his work and research at the college’s greenhouse halted abruptly.


Salsa Night brings Latino culture to Ithaca

By | Oct 3, 2019

Every Wednesday night at AGAVA, it is normal for vibrant music and energetic dancers to fill every corner of the restaurant.