January 15, 2021
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College students should be involved in Ithaca community

By | Nov 1, 2020

The hills that Ithaca College and Cornell University sit on distance students from the community not only physically but psychologically as well.


Voting bills should have been accepted by IC administration

By | Oct 24, 2020

This election will affect students for years to come, and it is imperative that young adults vote if they want to have a say in their future.


IC students volunteer at South Hill Elementary School

By | Mar 19, 2019

Many students at Ithaca College participate in the South Hill mentorship program and mentor students at the South Hill Elementary School.


New minor replaces requirements to graduate with honors

By | Oct 28, 2018

Beginning this fall, all incoming honors students at Ithaca College are enrolled in the new honors minor in interdisciplinary studies.


Classes connect curriculum with community interaction

By | Mar 28, 2018

There are 36 service learning–designated courses at Ithaca College and David Harker, director for the Center of Civic Engagement, said he hopes more arise.


IC Handwerker Gallery opened its Unofficial Voting station

By | Aug 31, 2016

On Aug. 31, the Handwerker Gallery debuted Sifuentes’ most recent project “Official Unofficial Voting Stations: Voting for all who legally can’t” which was inspired by her inability to vote due to her citizenship status.


Letter to the Editor: Faculty criticizes civic engagement efforts

By The Ithacan | May 4, 2016

Meaningful engagement with the diverse community that surrounds Ithaca College could be one way that the college enhances the education of its students.