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California reels from mass shootings: As mourners were gathering the evening of Jan. 23 for a candlelight vigil in Monterey Park, California, for 11 people killed by a gunman at a dance studio, word spread of another mass shooting in Half Moon Bay, California.

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By Tribune News Service January 25, 2023

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The Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD) issued an alert Nov. 14 about the rise in both respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases and the flu in the community. Ithaca College also recommended that community members stay up to date on their flu and COVID-19 vaccines. The college will be making significant changes to its COVID-19 policies in the coming weeks and will shift into a self-management mode in Spring 2023.

IC updates COVID-19 policy and county warns of flu and RSV

By Syd Pierre, News Editor November 16, 2022
IC has updated its COVID-19 policies and the Tompkins County Health Department warns of rises in respiratory syncytial virus and flu cases.
IC to hold first week of Spring 2022 classes virtually

IC to hold first week of Spring 2022 classes virtually

By Alexis Manore, Editor in Chief January 7, 2022
Ithaca College will be holding online classes for its first week of classes of Spring 2022, with in-person instruction beginning Jan. 31. 
Dan Breen, associate professor in the Department of English and president of the college’s AAUP chapter, said the AAUP has a few topics it is focusing on this semester.

President of IC AAUP discusses COVID-19 policies

By Dan Breen, Associate professor September 16, 2021
One significant concern in the face of the ongoing pandemic is safety: the safety of both the campus community, vulnerable friends and family members.
Editorial: Campus should remain cautious as semester ends

Editorial: Campus should remain cautious as semester ends

By The Ithacan April 22, 2021
Stopping surveillance testing requirements presents a threat to campus safety, especially as it comes weeks before Kendall Day and before graduation.
At the All Student and Family Gathering on March 25, La Jerne Cornish, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, announced that the college is planning to be fully open for Fall 2021.

Ithaca College plans to be fully open for Fall 2021

By Alexis Manore, News Editor March 26, 2021
Ithaca College is planning for all classes to be in person, for faculty to return to campus and to return to a normal schedule for Fall 2021.
Freshman Rosie Bostian picks up a new saliva self-collection kit Feb. 10 2021. All students were required to get tested twice weekly during the spring 2021 semester.

IC introduces mask, quarantine and testing policies

By Caitlin Holtzman, Assistant News Editor February 10, 2021
Ithaca college has released extensive quarantine and isolation plans, contact tracing and testing plans as part of the Return to Campus Plan.
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