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Michael Toerper, head coach of the Ithaca College football team, talks with attendees at the Be The Match event April 22 in the Emerson Suites.

Ithaca College football team hosts bone marrow drive

By Daniel King, Staff Writer April 26, 2022
On April 22, members of the Ithaca College football team walked around Ithaca College Campus Center in an effort to recruit members of the campus community for the Be The Match Bone Marrow Drive.
The college sent out an alert Feb. 2, notifying the campus community of the changes. The college said they will continue to review the weather forecast and ongoing conditions.

Severe weather conditions move IC to remote learning Feb. 3

By Lorien Tyne, Assistant News Editor February 3, 2022
Courses at Ithaca College will be through remote instruction Feb. 3 because of severe weather conditions, but essential staff will arrive for a normal work day. 
Ithaca College announced plans to redesign the Campus Center building last year because of concerns from students and staff about the lack of space and amenities offered, accessibility and sustainability.

Campus Center renovations paused due to COVID-19 pandemic

By Alyshia Korba, Assistant News Editor December 14, 2020
The Ithaca College Campus Master Plan, which includes renovations to the Campus Center, is paused as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Student organizations at Ithaca College are focusing on building a sense of community virtually during the remote fall semester

Student organizations prepare virtual events and clubs

By Alex Hartzog and Julia Stitely October 7, 2020
Student organizations at Ithaca College are focusing on building a sense of community virtually during the remote fall semester
Senior rower Kelly Csernica rows along side teammates during Row for Humanity, which benefits Ithaca College Habitat for Humanity

Crew teams row 1 million meters for Habitat for Humanity

By Arla Davis February 5, 2020
The men's and women's crew team hosted a row-a-thon to benefit the teams and Ithaca College Habitat for Humanity. The teams raised over $26,000.
Sybil Conrad, director of the Campus Center, spoke at the second town hall meeting about the redesign of the Campus Center May 2.

Redesign to focus on restructuring layout of Campus Center

By Ryan Bieber, Staff Writer May 6, 2019
The designs changed the existing layout of the Campus Center, moving the loading docks, dining halls, the Emerson Suites and the mail center.
Roger Richardson, associate vice president for the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life, presents on the steering committees work during one of the forums.

College holds forums to get feedback on Campus Center redesign

By Alexis Manore and Alyshia Korba March 31, 2019
The college shared information and received feedback from the Ithaca College community about the redesign of the Campus Center.
The vegan station in Campus Center. The vegan program at Ithaca College has received high ratings over the past several years, but vegans on campus have expressed skepticism.

Students question Ithaca College’s A-plus vegan rating

By Krissy Waite, Assistant News Editor February 20, 2019
Ithaca College Dining Services, fueled by food provider Sodexo, has received high ratings for its vegan options over the past several years.
Ithaca College dining services have implemented a new food allergy dining area for those in the IC community who have allergies and sensitivities to certain foods.

Campus Center adds new exclusive food allergy area

By Elizabeth Henning, Staff Writer February 18, 2019
A new area located in the Campus Center Dining Hall opened at the beginning of Spring 2019 to provide a way for students with food allergies and intolerances to safely eat in the dining hall.
Ithaca College is gathering feedback from the campus community and conducting a design study to revamp the Campus Center to cater more toward the needs of students. Some members of the campus community think that the building lacks productive spaces, is difficult to navigate and does not serve as a sufficient hub for students at the college.

Campus Center plans for redesign due to lacking space and amenities

By Maia Noah, Staff Writer February 14, 2019
Although the Campus Center was intended to be a place for all students to gather, many do not feel like there is a central hub on campus.
Editorial: Campus Center needs functional improvements

Editorial: Campus Center needs functional improvements

February 13, 2019
With this collaboration, the college could transform the Campus Center into what it is meant to be: a gathering place that serves all members of the campus community.
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