I thought I knew what college would be like, but did not consider the small details that have changed. In my first few days on campus, I felt lost.
Local businesses in Ithaca make it the home we know and love. The Commons would not be The Commons if not for the incredible people and businesses.
It’s unfair to those respecting COVID-19 guidelines to be at risk because of others who are letting the thrill of being on campus go to their heads.
As a community, I feel we need to do better. Coming home from a long day at work and seeing images of 50-plus kids at a party is a slap in the face.
The landscaping staff is clearly an indispensable part of the campus community — and one that deserves all the credit it receives and more.
The flamingos are part of an animal behavioral study conducted by Leann Kanda, associate professor and chair of the biology department.
A substantial portion of the campus community witnessed the powerful escalation of the “Addressing Community Action on Racism and Cultural Bias” event Oct. 27. Students, faculty, staff and administrators understood there would be a big event. They understood there would be a potential for controversy. But perhaps nobody understood what the event would be — and what it should be — better than the POC at IC group.