March 26, 2023
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COVID-19 vaccination no longer required by the college

By | Mar 22, 2023

While vaccination is not a requirement anymore, the college is strongly encouraging the campus community to keep up with their COVID-19 vaccinations.

Editorial: Closed stores could open doors for local businesses

By | Feb 22, 2023

After all, businesses fail and succeed all the time, and it is up to consumers to decide which business will succeed.

COVID-19 testing location moves to Mueller Hall

By | Feb 15, 2023

In a Feb. 6 Intercom post, it was announced that the free on-campus COVID-19 testing location has moved from Boothroyd Hall to Mueller Hall. 

Historical theaters join forces to seek state support

By | Feb 8, 2023

To offset the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on live events, 13 performing arts centers in Upstate New York joined forces to create the Alive Downtowns! coalition.

Commentary: Changes in COVID-19 policy negatively affect students

By | Feb 8, 2023

There needs to be better planning and solutions for those diagnosed with COVID-19 and their roommates,

Commentary: Student debt repayment alarms senior students

By | Jan 24, 2023

When I finish paying back my student loans, I will likely pay around the same amount in interest as the loan was worth in the first place,

Tompkins County alerts community of increased COVID-19 cases

By | Jan 24, 2023

The Tompkins County COVID-19 Community Level shifted from low to medium Jan. 19 because of an increase in positive cases and hospitalizations.

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

By | Nov 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.

2021 crime statistics call attention to violence prevention

By | Oct 5, 2022

At Ithaca College in 2021, there were increased reports of domestic violence, stalking, aggravated assault and fondling, according to the 2022 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report.

Open Letter: Flu POD is an effective way to vaccinate community

In a typical year, we have been able to immunize 1,000-plus faculty, staff and students in a 4 to 5-hour period with an average waiting time of approximately five minutes.

College updates vaccine guidance and COVID-19 procedures

By | Oct 5, 2022

Ithaca College has updated some of its COVID-19 protocols and is encouraging members of the campus community to get vaccinated for both the flu and COVID-19. 

New mini mart owner rebrands to draw college students

By | Sep 21, 2022

With new owners and a new menu, Smiley’s Mini Mart on Rogan’s Corner hopes to appeal more to Ithaca College students.