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First-year quarterback Colin Schumm was forced to step into the starting role after graduate student quarterback A.J. Wingfield was injured against Union College. Schumm racked up a 4–2 record through six starts, only losing to ranked opponents.

Q&A: First-year quarterback discusses journey and sudden spotlight

By Flynn Hynes, Staff Writer December 6, 2023
During the 2023 Ithaca College football season, the spotlight shifted to first-year quarterback Colin Schumm, who stepped onto the field following graduate student quarterback A.J. Wingfield's injury against Union College.

In the stands at the 64th Cortaca Jug

By Christian Gratto and Hunter Holmes November 16, 2023

Christian Gratto asks Ithaca College Football fans for their thoughts on the 64th Cortaca Jug.

Screenshots pulled from Ithaca College email communications to current students, alumni and other members of the campus community asking for donations in the Cortaca Giving Challenge.

College encourages alumni engagement beyond financial donations

By Noa Ran-Ressler, Staff Writer November 30, 2022
Ithaca College is changing its approach to alumni engagement, focusing on creating relationships with alumni beyond financial contributions.
Cortaca tradition stretches yards beyond winning title

Cortaca tradition stretches yards beyond winning title

By The Ithacan, The Ithacan November 16, 2022
Friendly competition is key in sporting events and helps boost school spirit among students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Ithaca College and SUNY Cortland will be having a donation competition to celebrate The Cortaca Jug Game.

College announces Cortaca fundraising challenge

By Aidan Charde, Sports Editor November 4, 2022
The Ithaca College Division of Philanthropy and Engagement has announced a donation competition between the college and SUNY Cortland as a part of the lead-up to the 63rd Cortaca Jug Game.
Cortaca 2022 venue sparks concern about ICs finances

Cortaca 2022 venue sparks concern about IC’s finances

By The Ithacan, The Ithacan September 23, 2021

With the recent announcement of the 2022 Cortaca Jug game being held at Yankee Stadium comes a multitude of emotions, ranging from excitement to confusion. In any other situation, this would be seen as...

Bomber Beats and Eats replaces annual Spirit Week

November 22, 2020

The annual Spirit Week leading up to Cortaca, a football game between Ithaca College and longtime rival SUNY Cortland, was canceled this year due to COVID-19. The week was replaced with Bomber Beats and...

How IC Sports - Senior Linebacker Noah Wood

‘How IC Sports’ – Senior Linebacker Noah Wood

By The Ithacan, Gabby Laccona & Kaitlin Maniscalco September 18, 2020

The Ithacan · 'How IC Sports' - Senior Linebacker Noah Wood In this episode, hosts Gabby Laccona and Kaitlin Maniscalco sit down with senior linebacker Noah Wood. They discuss Wood's football career...

Every year, The Ithacan produces a magazine called Year in Review that highlights stories and photographs that defined the academic year. Under unconventional circumstances, the magazine was finished away from campus and will be physically distributed on campus in October.

Year in Review offers closure for seniors

By Maddy Martin June 7, 2020
Every year, The Ithacan produces a magazine called Year in Review that highlights stories and photographs that defined the academic year.
Freshman Grace Madeya and junior Matt Kamen do crossword puzzles at the sensory room viewing party for Cortaca. The event was hosted by DEAR@IC and tactile objects  like crossword puzzles, sudoku, coloring books, stickers, stress balls and weighted blankets were provided to help alleviate stress.

DEAR@IC hosts sensory room viewing party for Cortaca

By Anna De Luca, Staff Writer November 19, 2019
Ithaca College students watched the annual Cortaca Jug during a sensory room viewing party . Nov. 16 in Klingenstein Lounge hosted by DEAR@IC.
Circle Apartments see two more burglaries

Circle Apartments see two more burglaries

By Ashley Stalnecker, Staff Writer November 28, 2018
The two most recent burglaries occurred Nov. 27 in apartments 110 and 170, according to the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.
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