January 30, 2023
Ithaca, NY | 29°F

Commentary: Buzzwords and phrases will not solve ethical crises

By | Mar 11, 2022

Whenever I hear someone say there is “no ethical consumption under capitalism,” it often follows as an excuse to forgive their indulgence into mass consumerism.


Q&A: French clarinetist fills in for professor on sabbatical

By | Mar 9, 2022

Primarily a clarinetist, Arques also sings, conducts and runs orchestra and chamber ensembles. Arques will teach for the remainder of Spring 2022.


Commentary: Interracial friendships are crucial to society

By | Mar 3, 2022

The way to a more accepting society is through interracial friendships. To understand other cultures, you have to talk to them, befriend them


Library archives reopen after shutting down for months

By | Feb 24, 2022

After an abrupt closure, the library will once again be offering access to the archives — a collection of records that preserve the college’s history.


Commentary: Ice at IC creates dangerous walking conditions

By | Feb 16, 2022

In addition to below freezing temperatures and the stressful start to a new semester, college students now have a new barrier to face: the ground


College Briefs Feb. 10

By | Feb 16, 2022

Student art exhibition to be held with displays of different styles
All members of the campus community are invited to an art exhibition and reception from 3:30–5 p.m.


Q&A: Longtime IC Student Health Services employee promoted

By | Feb 15, 2022

Jennifer Metzgar has been appointed as the new director for Student Health Services at Ithaca College, replacing former director, Ellyn Selin-Sellers.


Commentary: IC fails students who experience sexual harassment

By | Feb 3, 2022

While working as an orientation leader, I was sexually harassed by two male student-athletes at Ithaca College.


Senior swimmer steps up as leader for freshman

By | Dec 1, 2021

Staff writer Tobiah Zboray sat down with Michael Sheehan to discuss his impact as a leader, and the expectations for the men’s swimming and diving team this season.


Opera direction program to start at the college in January

By | Nov 17, 2021

An opera direction professional certificate program will be held for the first time at Ithaca College from January to May 2022.


IC Toxicology Lab investigates microplastics in Cayuga Lake

By | Nov 11, 2021

The IC Toxicology Lab estimates that Cayuga Lake has 100,000,000 microplastic particles in it, which can harm aquatic life and people. 


Professor signs to agency after becoming TikTok sensation

By | Nov 10, 2021

Since getting TikTok famous, Ithaca College professor Peter Johanns has signed to the talent agency A3. His agent is one of his former students.