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Wrestling and gymnastics programs compete in Rumble and Tumble

By | Feb 16, 2022

The Ithaca College wrestling and gymnastics teams went head-to-head with the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons in the fifth annual Rumble and Tumble event for the first time in two years Feb. 16. 


Women in Math Day encourages young girls to pursue math

By | Feb 9, 2022

Women in Math Day was held Feb. 5 virtually through Zoom in an effort to encourage young girls interested in STEM fields to pursue math.


IC reports successful reopening following low COVID-19 cases

By | Feb 9, 2022

After an increase in COVID-19 cases in December 2021, Ithaca College has cautiously welcomed back its students, faculty and staff for Spring 2022. 


Graduate students lead the way for IC women’s basketball

By | Feb 9, 2022

As the Ithaca College women’s basketball team continues its 17–3 start to the season, the leadership off the court from the team’s graduate students has played an important part in the team’s success.


IC seminar helps connect students with authors

By | Feb 5, 2022

The New Voices Seminar provides an opportunity for students to connect with professional authors.


Gathering held in response to Colleyville hostage crisis

By | Jan 27, 2022

Members of the Ithaca community gathered in freezing temperatures Jan. 22 at The Commons in solidarity as a response to a hostage standoff at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas.


Commentary: Ithaca College fails BIPOC students again

By | Dec 8, 2021

I felt like the college only cared about me when it wanted me to enroll and afterward I was disregarded and fell immediately through the cracks. 


HIV and AIDS activist shares powerful message with IC community

By | Nov 10, 2021

Scott Fried, an HIV and AIDS activist, delivered a powerful message on accepting one’s identity to the Ithaca College community Nov. 9 in the Muller Chapel. 


SGC discusses the college’s COVID-19 response

By | Nov 10, 2021

Samm Swarts, assistant director of Emergency Preparedness and Response, spoke with the SGC about areas of concern students have with the college’s COVID-19 response.


IC students celebrate Mid-Autumn festival

By | Nov 3, 2021

On Oct. 29, the IC Chinese Students and Scholars Association hosted a Mid-Autumn festival celebration, which drew about 100 students to the IC Square.


Q&A: Television writer serves as Park school’s distinguished visitor

By | Nov 3, 2021

Television writer and producer Dan O’Shannon spent two weeks at Ithaca College as the Roy H. Park School of Communications’ 2021 Park Distinguished Visitor.


Lack of communication is detrimental to students

By | Oct 21, 2021

Traditional techniques of communication between institutions and college students are no longer viable.