A panel of student-athletes spoke about racial identity during the Voices of Experience event Jan. 21 in the Emerson Suites.
Although the Campus Center was intended to be a place for all students to gather, many do not feel like there is a central hub on campus.
The Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life is sponsoring a new program for students who are interested in pursuing careers in student affairs.
Approximately 200 students, faculty and staff members of the Ithaca College community came together at an open forum to discuss a racist video that surfaced on social media early last week.
The fact that the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life is sponsoring these critical discussions about food insecurity indicates the college is taking a step in the right direction.
During its fall meeting, the Ithaca College Board of Trustees approved a 2.95 percent tuition increase for the 2019–20 academic year. This increase marks the first time in the college’s history that t
IC Republicans has received backlash from the Ithaca College community for statements it posted to social media regarding cultural appropriation on Halloween.
Being different is something Hierald Osorto knows well. As a gay, Latino Christian, he said, he has spent his entire life questioning how the intricacies of his identity have impacted his self-percept
Rosanna Ferro, vice president of the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life, has been at work figuring out how to best improve the office she now runs.
An discussion will be held for students to discuss the news regarding the sexual abuse allegations against Ithaca College President Collado.