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‘On the Same Page’ – Afro-Latin Society Commemoration, Fairy Fest, Polar Plunge

April 1, 2024
Host senior Emma Kersting dives into last week’s top stories in News, Sports, and Life and Culture by interviewing the Ithacan’s reporters to get a closer look at Ithaca College and beyond campus. This week, Kersting spoke with senior writer Alyssa Beebe, senior Jess Moskowitz, and sophomore Taylor Borash.
From left, Vernard McBeth 71, Dennis Byron 71 and Steven Centeno 73 participated in the march to occupy the space where former college President Howard Dillinghams office was, protesting against Educational Opportunity Program budget cuts.

Alumni of color and allies commemorate 1970 protests at Ithaca College for the first time

By Prakriti Panwar and Alyssa Beebe March 27, 2024
Ithaca College hosted the first-ever commemoration in 54 years of a march and sit-in that was organized in 1970 by the college’s then Afro-Latin Society (ALS). Beginning April 9, 1970, a series of week-long events began after about 40 students marched from Egbert Student Union — now called the Campus Center — to occupy the space inside Job Hall, where former college President Howard Dillingham’s office resided.
A Night of Festivities: Ithaca College celebrates Mardi Gras

A Night of Festivities: Ithaca College celebrates Mardi Gras

February 25, 2016
The African-Latino Society hosted their annual Winter Wonderland ball on Feb. 20, with Mardi Gras as the theme.

President Tom Rochon’s Ice Bucket Challenge

By Sara Kim, Online News Editor September 5, 2014
Watch as President Tom Rochon accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

College kicks off Black History Month

By Michael Tkaczevski, Staff Writer February 14, 2013
Ithaca College is hosting various events that promote this year's theme of Black History Month, focusing on black women gaining respect and equality in modern society.
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