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Let’s Talk connects IC students studying abroad with CAPS

By | Apr 5, 2022

150 IC students are studying abroad in Spring 2022. The Let’s Talk program in CAPS has helped students transition to their new environments.


Faculty work to create trauma-informed learning environments

By | Mar 24, 2022

IC faculty members work to support students’ education and mental well-being as well as their own, with a growing focus on trauma-informed teaching. 


Ithaca College partners with mindfulness app for students

By | Feb 16, 2022

IC has partnered with the mindfulness app Sanvello and is offering premium access to college members in an effort to respond to mental health needs.


Title IX update supports students with trauma-related needs

By | Jan 31, 2022

A recent policy update to the U.S. Department of Education’s Title IX process will better support Ithaca College students with trauma-related needs


Life of CAPS counselor celebrated in vigil

By | Dec 8, 2021

On Dec. 6, Members of the Ithaca College community gathered to honor the life of Stephen Karl, mental health counselor for the college


Editorial: Students call for empathy with mental health issues

By | Dec 2, 2021

Leniency shouldn’t have dissipated with the return to in-person classes. If anything, this is the time for extensions and sympathy.


What is your experience with mental health?

By | Nov 11, 2021

In short, if you have found yourself struggling with mental health with regards to school or social interactions, just know you are not alone


Column: ‘Tis the season to ask for help

By | Nov 11, 2021

Seasonal depression, also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a mood disorder that is related to the changing of the seasons.


Editorial: IC mental health policies are changing for the better

By | Sep 30, 2021

What we learn about mental health is continuously changing, and how the college responds and supports its students should continuously be changing too


‘The Intersection’ – A Conversation with Anabel Evren

By | Sep 18, 2021

The Ithacan · ‘The Intersection’ – A Conversation with Anabel Evren
In this week’s episode, host Frankie Walls talks to senior Anabel Evren about their shared experience with mental health and handling anxiety.


College partnering with grief resource program for academic year

By | Sep 8, 2021

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is partnering with Inner Harbor, a grief resource program that supports college students and trains staff.


Recently retired trombone professor dies unexpectedly

By | Sep 2, 2021

Harold Reynolds, recently retired trombone professor in the Department of Music Performance at Ithaca College, died unexpectedly.