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THE ITHACAN

Jadyn Davis, Senior writer

Raul Palma, associate dean of faculty and new initiatives in the School of Humanities and Science, released his debut novel “A Haunting in Hialeah Gardens” on Oct. 3. Palma appeared on NPR on Oct. 14 to discuss the novel, went on a book tour to South Bend, Indiana, and read the novel to students at the University of Notre Dame.

Q&A: Associate dean releases debut novel, appears on NPR

By Jadyn Davis, Assistant Photo Editor
November 10, 2023
Junior Terry Valdberg takes a swing alongside Madir. Madirs career stretches back to when he was 12-years-old, when his parents put him into boxing classes.

IC students find tight-knit community with boxing club

By Billy Wood, Assistant Sports Editor
October 4, 2023
From left to right, sophomores Bella Dandrea and Caitlyn Wagner represent the Asexual Club, a new club at Ithaca College, at the student organization fair in August 2023.

IC organizations adjust to recognition process

By Jadyn Davis, Senior Staff Writer
September 20, 2023
In her new album, GUTS, Olivia Rodrigo shows listeners a transition in her lyrics as she goes from being a teenager to a young adult.

Rodrigo keeps sound consistent in ‘Guts’

By Jadyn Davis, Senior Staff Writer
September 12, 2023
It has long been debated whether the ice cream sundae was created in Ithaca or Two Rivers. Ithaca continues to have many thriving ice cream stands, including Purity.

The scoop on a timeless sweet treat

By Jadyn Davis, Staff Writer
April 19, 2023
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November 30, 2022
On Aug. 27, from left, sit sophomores James Thacher, Natalie Lewand and Stella Connelly enjoying a conversation at the picnic on the Campus Center Quad.

IC welcome events draw a full house

By Jadyn Davis, Staff Writer
August 31, 2022
All around the Ithaca College campus, disposable masks are flattened to the ground, soggy with rain; wrappers are tangled in bushes and plastic cups lay tipped on their sides, attracting insects.

Increase in litter on campus leads to concerns

By Jadyn Davis, Contributing Writer
September 29, 2021
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