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Ithaca College announces School of Music, Theatre and Dance

By | Jan 25, 2022

On July 1, the Ithaca College School of Music and the Department of Theatre Arts will merge to create the School of Music, Theatre and Dance.


Column: Registration is a struggle

By | Nov 17, 2021

The cutting of several faculty and staff members has made it significantly harder for students to find a seat in classes they were so excited to sign up for


Editorial: Alumni need their opinions to be heard by the college

By | Nov 4, 2021

The college would receive more alumni donations if the board of trustees and the administration addressed concerns


APP phase two continues to lack shared governance and transparency

By | Sep 9, 2021

If “Ithaca Forever” is meant to be such a positive plan that improves the college, why is the campus community always left in the dark about the plans?


Commentary: Administration must find alternative to APP

By | May 5, 2021

It’s not too late to slow down and examine how the college can proceed and address the enrollment decline before embarking on this disastrous plan.


Commentary: Retiring with pride but frustration

By | May 4, 2021

It seems that without a credentialing system, programs have little value. The college seems incapable of valuing the rewards of nourishing the spirit.


Commentary: IC Reorganization Requires Transparency and Inclusiveness in Decision Making Processes

By | Apr 8, 2021

The realignment of schools, departments and programs needs to be based on the imagination of those who teach, think, research and write — faculty.


Staff Council releases statement supporting SLT and APP

By | Mar 25, 2021

The IC Staff Council released a statement March 15 in response to the recent dialogue surrounding the Academic Program Prioritization process. 


Editorial: Furthering campus divide will not help the college

By | Mar 17, 2021

Pursuing a no confidence vote would have burned the already shaky relations between the administration and the college community. 


Recentering the conversation

By | Mar 17, 2021

The number of BIPOC faculty being cut is not the only issue. Racist professors still having a job and being protected by tenure needs to be addressed.


Open the Books: Before and After the Recommendations

By The Ithacan | Feb 28, 2021

The Open the Books coalition held two protests the week of the release of the Academic Program Prioritization recommendations.


Editorial: Is 10 seconds of fame worth years of damage?

By | Feb 25, 2021

It’s been obvious that over the last four months, the administration has not been open to discourse with the campus community.