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Letter to the editor: Malcolm & Marie review is inaccurate

Letter to the editor: Malcolm & Marie review is inaccurate

By Juliana Luis March 5, 2021
Malcolm & Marie isn’t Oscar-worthy, but I couldn’t help but notice the review’s inaccuracies. The author’s analysis seemed based upon a single watch.
Sophomore Mailli McCormack created a GoFundMe campaign for an outstanding balance. She hopes to foster open dialogue on the price of higher education.

Commentary: A price too big to ignore — the cost of Ithaca College

By Mailli McCormack February 23, 2021
When I tried to resolve my outstanding balance over the summer before attending the fall semester, I was told that I'd have to cover about $23,000.
Senior Lily Dickinson works with Paloma Barhaugh-Bordas, assistant professor in the Department of Art, during the Ithaca College Introduction to Print Media class.

Politics meets Introduction to Print Media class

By Arleigh Rodgers February 27, 2020

Political movements call for change through protests, speeches or executive action from national leaders. But in the Ithaca College class Introduction to Print Media, art is a medium for social justice. The...

The class, “ITHACON: Promoting and Managing Conventions is offered for a full semester for the first time this year. The first Ithacon held on Ithaca College’s campus was in 2013.

New class will plan and host Ithacon 44

February 10, 2019

A Gryffindor, Spider-Man and a Stormtrooper walk into a room. They’re there not for a crime-fighting crossover, but to celebrate the second longest–running comic convention in the United States: Ithacon...

From left, senior Amy Kruzan served as webmaster and senior Eunice Grande worked on podcasts for the project. Podcasts and visual art accompany the students articles. Roots is available online at

Student-run journal promotes awareness for environmental issues

By Hannah Fitzpatrick January 30, 2019

When the link finishes loading, a black and white picture of a forest ground appears on the screen. Bold letters across the screen read the word, “Roots.” Below the large text is a small maroon box...

Associate professor Don Beachler writes about the lack of focus on class and labor issues in higher  education. He also discusses the underrepresentation of poor and working-class families at the college.

Commentary: Class issues absent from higher education

By Don Beachler April 26, 2017
Like many private colleges, the students from wealth families are overrepresented at IC, while lower middle class and poor people are underrepresented.
The Ithaca College Student Governemnt Association announced Jan. 7 that Yena Seo, vice president of campus affairs, has resigned. SGA President Dominick Recckio, center, said he asked Seo to resign.

Ithaca College SGA continues effort to establish LGBTQ minor

By Evan Popp, Staff Writer October 7, 2015
The Ithaca College Student Government Association passed a recommendation Oct. 5 calling for a “continuous effort” to implement an LGBTQ studies minor at the college by the fall of 2020.
Freshman Bradford Allen browses the stacks at Buffalo Street Books. Buffalo Street Books is a local co-op that offers a program called “First Class,” where students can order their books for classes instead of using the college’s store.

Ithaca College faculty opt for Buffalo Street Books over college store

By Charlotte Robertson, Contributing Writer September 17, 2014
Ithaca College professors have been asking students to buy their books through Buffalo Street Book's "First Class" program over the college's Bookstore.

Audio Slideshow: Farm-to-Table

By Jaclyn CataldiRachel Orlow April 4, 2013
Experience! Finger Lakes welcomed participants to a Farm-to-Table cooking class and wine tour to see how products from Ithaca are organically made, prepared and served in the local area to consumers.

Video: Class Harvest

By Michelle Boulé March 6, 2013
An environmental studies and science class, Natural Resources and Ecology: Farming the Forest, has students producing and selling mushrooms, maple syrup, and honey.

Video: Freedom Through Storytelling

By Tiffany Ruff February 14, 2013
Regina Carpenter, a lecturer in the Department of Communication Studies, creates a class that requires students to tell stories every week.
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