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December 4, 2022
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Dear Ithaca College, You need to #GetCAPSReady

By | Mar 30, 2015

Fall semester started out great. I was a new RA.


Campus frustrated by denied request for new CAPS counselor

By | Mar 25, 2015

The Ithaca College administration’s denial of the Faculty Council’s request for a new staff member for the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services has generated disappointment among mental health advocates on campus.


Faculty council adresses budget deficit, student protests

By | Jan 21, 2015

At the Jan. 20 Ithaca College Faculty Council meeting, members spoke about the upcoming budget deficit, a new plan to meet with the Board of Trustees twice a year and the potential for a new CAPS employee.


Professors need to address mental health clause in syllabuses

By The Ithacan | Oct 27, 2014

Think about how many syllabuses the average student gets during his or her time in college: five to six classes a semester for eight semesters. That is at least 40 syllabuses.


IC psychologist discusses mental health and self-care awareness

By | Sep 30, 2014

Between classes and extracurricular activities, self-care isn’t always an issue at the forefront of college students’ lives.


IC Food addiction support group helps students and locals in Ithaca

By | Sep 17, 2014

While more than one-third of American adults are considered obese according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity is just one possible symptom of the more complex issue of food addiction.


College sexual offense record matches national trends

By | Feb 12, 2014

With a sexual assault reported in East Tower and sexual offenses in the national spotlight, the college is working to educate the campus on this issue.


Student therapy may work online

By | Jan 29, 2014

The Center for Counseling and Psychological Services at Ithaca College is supposed to be a resource for students seeking mental or psychological help.


Now you know: debunking the 4.0 myth

By The Ithacan | Oct 9, 2013

In our new weekly column, Elma Gonzalez, special projects manager, investigates rumors and myths from around campus. This week she dispels the myth that you receive a 4.0 GPA if your roommate passes away.