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November 26, 2022
Ithaca, NY | 34°F

Editorial: Makeup commencement proposal too little too late

By | Sep 21, 2022

Ithaca College opted for the safer choice by not hosting a graduation for the Class of 2020, but to do so now would be a difficult endeavor.


Commentary: Free transport is imperative for a thriving Ithaca

By | Sep 7, 2022

Ithaca prides itself on its inclusivity and diversity, yet it’s falling behind in an area that much of the population relies on: transportation.


Living room concerts brings live music back to its roots

By | May 3, 2017

“Why would you be by yourself on a huge stage? … How can you communicate your feelings when you are so far away from [the audience]?”


Chairman of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe speaks at Cornell

By | Feb 20, 2017

The voice of Archambault echoed throughout Stocking Hall as over 530 members of the Ithaca community huddled across four rooms and the surrounding hallways.


Punk’s not dead: ‘Punkfest Cornell’ honors music and culture

By | Oct 26, 2016

Beginning Nov. 1, Cornell University is holding a five-day-long festival in celebration of punk music and culture throughout history.


Ink Shop unveils “36 Transitions” exhibit in downtown Ithaca

By | Oct 19, 2016

The exhibit is a multimedia installation that features work from Billy Coté, Jon Frankeland printmaker and Ink Shop director Craig Mains.


UPDATE: IPD charges suspect in Sept. 28 stabbing near Cornell

By | Sep 29, 2016

The victim, a 27-year-old Dryden resident observed the two suspects stealing from his car, leading to an altercation that resulted in a knife wound in his leg, according to police.


Cornell University holds vigil for IC student Anthony Nazaire

By | Sep 2, 2016

A vigil was held Sept. 1 for Anthony Nazaire, the Ithaca College sophomore who died in a stabbing on the Cornell University campus Aug. 28, and Darryl Wu, a Cornell student who was found dead in his apartment Aug. 30.


Weather-Privilege Begins

By | Apr 19, 2016

We’ve been pretty weather-priviledged this winter, but these last couple of weeks have put a strain on all of the possible outdoor activities. Here is a list of things that I have been doing, and wish to go on with in this gorgeous weather.


Editorial: Rochon adjusts his focus for final tenure

By The Ithacan | Mar 30, 2016

Based on President Tom Rochon’s stated priorities for the year-and-a-half remainder of his tenure, one conclusion is for certain: He has finally seen some light.


Ithaca College community reacts to Cornell divestment decision

By | Feb 10, 2016

The Cornell University Board of Trustees has announced Cornell will not be divesting from fossil fuel companies. Ithaca College students remain hopeful for their efforts to achieve divestment on South Hill.


College Briefs Oct. 8

By The Ithacan | Oct 8, 2015

Cornell diversity director to speak on National Coming Out Day at Ithaca College.