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Second IC community member tests positive for COVID-19

By | Mar 17, 2020

A second member of the Ithaca College campus community tested positive for COVID-19, according to an email from Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado on March 16.


IC community member tests positive for COVID-19

By | Mar 15, 2020

A member of the Ithaca College campus community has tested positive for COVID-19, according to an announcement from Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado on March 15. 


Health department confirms first case of COVID-19 in Tompkins County

By | Mar 14, 2020

The New York State Department of Health confirmed a positive case of COVID-19 in Tompkins County, according to a statement from the Tompkins County Health Department on March 14. 


BREAKING: NCAA cancels all winter and spring championships

By , | Mar 12, 2020

The NCAA decided to cancel all remaining winter and spring sport championships as a precautionary measure amid the COVID-19 outbreak.


Liberty League leaves athletic decisions up to institutions

By | Mar 12, 2020

Ithaca College has not made a decision about athletic participation in the coming weeks and the Liberty League doesn’t plan to take collective action.


BREAKING: IC extends spring break and will hold classes online

By , | Mar 11, 2020

Ithaca College will extend spring break for one week and move to a remote method of instruction from March 23 to April 3 due to the new coronavirus.


Faculty Council discusses preparations for coronavirus

By | Mar 4, 2020

The Ithaca College Faculty Council discussed plans for how to respond to a potential shutdown because of the new coronavirus at its March 3 meeting. 


Coronavirus outbreaks affect students studying abroad

By | Mar 4, 2020

Due to the coronavirus, students who are studying abroad in countries that have Level 3 travel health notices will not be allowed on campus.


Two Cornell University students test negative for coronavirus

By | Feb 12, 2020

Two Cornell University students who were quarantined for symptoms that met criteria for the 2019 novel coronavirus tested negative, according to a statement issued by Cornell University administrators