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THE ITHACAN

Why did you choose Ithaca College?

Why did you choose Ithaca College?

By Alyssa Spady September 9, 2021
I wanted to go to an institution that was going to challenge me on the basketball court, in the classroom, and also just my overall belief system.
Editorial: Giving Day success comes at an inappropriate time

Editorial: Giving Day success comes at an inappropriate time

By The Ithacan May 6, 2021
The college did not have any issue starting an open flow of communication with its constituents when asking for money prior to Giving Day.
Editorial: Students should engage with history of IC union

Editorial: Students should engage with history of IC union

By The Ithacan April 28, 2021
Similar to now, contingent faculty members found themselves at risk of losing their jobs — and even more, their connections with students.
Editorial: Anti-Asian discrimination is a virus that must end

Editorial: Anti-Asian discrimination is a virus that must end

By The Ithacan March 24, 2021
Anti-Asian violence is racism. It will not be solved by hollow rhetoric that does not recognize how institutionalized these systems are in society.
To anyone who needs to be listened to, Roswell Ecker ‘18 offers their shoulder. They stated no one is alone in this, and community members deserve to be heard. They can be reached at roswelletal@outlook.com.

Commentary: IC has failed its survivors

By Roswell Ecker March 24, 2021
When Ithaca College announced Dr. Shirley M. Collado as our next president in 2017, I (alongside much of the campus community) was thrilled.
Jason Freitag, associate professor in the Department of History, emphasizes the colleges need for collaborative shared governance among stakeholders to improve the future of the school.

Commentary: Now is a crucial time for shared governance

By Jason Freitag March 9, 2021
A robust commitment to collaborative shared governance is needed now to move the college through this dark time and ensure that the college thrives.
Editorial: Claiming transparency is not actual transparency

Editorial: Claiming transparency is not actual transparency

By The Ithacan March 4, 2021
By restricting The Ithacan’s reporting, the administration is not upholding its promise of being fully transparent and open to the public.
Editorial: Administration casts aside college communitys voices

Editorial: Administration casts aside college community’s voices

By The Ithacan February 18, 2021
There is no denying that the college needs to make painful department and program cuts and layoffs, but the haste of the process is infuriating.
From left, Kiersten Rhodes Cornell University 20 at podium, Nora Vail 20, Sarah Horbacewicz 20 and Kevin Swann 20 processing at their graduation celebration May 16.

IC graduates celebrate graduation after commencement delayed

By Ryan Bieber, Staff Writer May 26, 2020
Ithaca College’s commencement ceremony was scheduled to be held May 17. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the commencement ceremony was pushed to Aug. 2
In My Own Words- Evaluating the N-Word

‘In My Own Words’- Evaluating the N-Word

December 22, 2018

https://soundcloud.com/ithacan-main/in-my-own-words-evaluating-the-n-word   On Dec. 11 the college held a forum to discuss a video of an Ithaca College student using the n-word circulating around...

Commentary: Decision to close TC Lounge makes sense for the college

By Ben Ratner November 21, 2013

I’m OK with the TC Lounge closing. There, I said it. And I can guess what the response to this commentary will be. Many students say, “It’s our right to have the TC Lounge” and that major decisions...

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