Ithaca College will be holding online classes for its first week of classes of Spring 2022, with in-person instruction beginning Jan. 31.
The Ithaca College LGBT Center screened “Fauci” in order to give students and community members an opportunity to learn about Anthony Fauci.
The first Cortaca Jug game in one year will take place Nov. 13. However, this year’s game will still take place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Samm Swarts, assistant director of Emergency Preparedness and Response, spoke with the SGC about areas of concern students have with the college’s COVID-19 response.
The Ithaca College Public and Community Health Student Association (PCHSA) is on its way to becoming a club again after its official status lapsed last year.
Ongoing positive cases of COVID-19 are not only a health concern for Ithaca College students and faculty, but also an academic concern due.
The Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD) announced Sept. 28 that county residents will be able to receive a booster shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine if eligible.
Ithaca College normally holds an annual flu vaccination Point of Dispensing exercise, but the POD event for this academic year is not yet confirmed.
The Longview-Ithaca College Partnership is being reinstated in person for the 2021–22 academic year with new guidelines in order to ensure safety.