December 3, 2020
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Winter sports seasons to be officially determined in November

By | Oct 19, 2020

IC is planning for winter sports seasons to be condensed to Liberty League competition only. Official announcement will be made in November.


Health Department announces three possible COVID-19 exposures

By | Oct 17, 2020

The Tompkins County Health Department announced possible COVID-19 exposures at the Ithaca Ale House, Liquid State Brewing Company and Wegmans Oct. 16. 


Administration discusses Spring 2021 and faculty cuts

By | Oct 16, 2020

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado said that the college fully intends to return to an in-person semester for the spring.


Editorial: Young adults need to vote

By | Oct 16, 2020

During such a contentious election cycle, everyone should be involved. Even if a student does not feel like their vote matters, it does.


Commentary: Naming the legacy of honoring Blackness at Southside Community Center

By | Oct 14, 2020

Throughout my early years, Southside is where I learned to love Blackness, love Black people and love myself.


Commentary: Virtual RA position fosters community

By | Oct 13, 2020

To get to know our residents individually, we make efforts to have one-on-one meetings with them to check in with their overall well-being.


Three IC alum help organize pandemic-safe NHL postseason

By | Oct 13, 2020

When the NHL put its season on hold March 12 because of COVID-19, IC alum Steve Mayer, Ivan Gottesfeld and Dan O’Neill stepped in to bring it back.


How are you making friends while taking classes remotely?

By | Oct 12, 2020

Mikayla Tolliver is a current freshman at Ithaca College. In her column, “Ask a Freshman,” she answers questions about her freshman experience.


Athletes get creative in remote season training

By The Ithacan | Oct 11, 2020

Athletes from the field hockey team, rugby, and football teams discuss things that they have done to innovate training regimes over the summer.


Athletes find creative ways to grow stronger during pandemic

By | Oct 11, 2020

When the college decided to hold the remainder of classes online in March, athletes adapted to an at-home, no-gym routines because of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Editorial: CAPS takes extra measures to support students

By | Oct 9, 2020

Ultimately, CAPS is taking efforts to ensure that mental health support is equitable for all students.


SUNY Cortland shifts to remote instruction for two weeks

By | Oct 9, 2020

The State University of New York at Cortland is transitioning to remote instruction for two weeks because of a rise in COVID-19 cases on campus.