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July 9, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

New drone policy addresses privacy and safety concerns

By | Feb 5, 2020

Ithaca College will have a new policy that requires everyone who flies a drone on campus to have a license and an approved flight plan. 

Professor’s nonfiction novel challenges narrative tradition

By | Jan 31, 2017

Catherine Taylor’s latest nonfiction book, “You, Me, and the Violence,” an in-depth examination of drones, will be released in the fall of 2017.

IC prepares to create drone policy for on-campus use

By | Nov 19, 2014

The college is preparing to draft a policy regarding the use of unmanned aerial systems, commonly referred to as drones, on campus.

Collegiate professors host discussion on U.S. Drone Policy

By | Sep 20, 2014

With President Barack Obama’s announcement to use drone air strikes against the Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, drone use continues to be one of the most controversial topics in modern technology.

Ithaca College needs to create drone policy

By The Ithacan | Sep 17, 2014

Unmanned aerial vehicles, better known as drones, are being used as educational tools after years of military use.

Ithaca College considers drone use in academic setting

By | Sep 10, 2014

Four glossy, white, plastic rotor blades propel its 40-ounce frame, complete with a camera capable of shooting video or taking still photographs up to 100 meters in the air. It can cost as little as $200, but using one for commercial purposes can result in a $10,000 fine.