December 3, 2020
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Illegal behavior continues at Ithaca gorges despite patrols

By , | Aug 31, 2016

The City of Ithaca employed rangers to patrol the dams along Six Mile Creek this summer and enforce swimming and cliff jumping bans. Despite the pilot program, city officials said it has only had marginal success in enforcing rules and that violations are increasing as Ithaca College students return to school.


Women dominate certain majors at Ithaca College

By , | Apr 12, 2016

Women make up the majority of students at Ithaca College and tend to dominate care-related and media majors at the college and in the workforce. However, some students and experts agree that this majority can cause negative stereotypes and implications for female workers.


Ithaca College student pursues English teaching degree at 57

By | Mar 30, 2016

Steve Whiting goes about his day like most Ithaca College students: He studies in IC Square, walks to class through Textor Hall and says hello to his peers. However, at 57 years old, with trimmed gray hair and a briefcase, Whiting could easily be mistaken for a professor.


College, customized: Planned studies students create own major

By | Feb 24, 2016

The planned studies program at Ithaca College gives students the opportunity to create their own field of study.


Ithaca College creates education studies minor with two tracks

By | Nov 25, 2015

Ithaca College’s School of Humanities and Sciences has announced that it will now offer an education studies minor.


It Won’t Happen to Us

By | Oct 4, 2015

Here, the best way we, as young women, can stay healthy on campus is to keep ourselves educated.


Meet Bob: The 86-year-old auditing classes at Ithaca College

By | Sep 23, 2015

Every morning, Bob McCune, 87, drinks coffee made by his wife, Alice McCune. After he’s done, he checks his assignments on Sakai and gets ready to drive to campus and attend his Ideas and Ideologies class in Williams Hall at Ithaca College.


Find the Time

By | Feb 14, 2015

College is extremely stressful. It leads us to binge eat junk food, drink spastic amounts of coffee, pull all-nighters and spend countless hours in front of computer screens without exercise. And many of us, myself included, feel our future careers hinge on the quality of our performance in these four years. Talk about pressure.


Special report: a look at the millennial mindset

By The Ithacan | Nov 5, 2014

Every generation grows up labeled with a set of defining qualities, stereotypes and misperceptions, often brought about by either the conditions of the times or the opinions of its predecessors.


Editorial: Teacher’s peeve

By The Ithacan | Mar 19, 2014

The rapid implementation of new state requirements gives education seniors little time to prepare for graduation


acappellaEd Ithaca

By , | Feb 26, 2014

Ithacappella hosted acappella Ed for workshop, master classes and performances with collegiate a cappella groups.


So technology makes education better, am I right Mr. President?

By | Feb 4, 2014

President Obama has recently pledges to implement a $750 million worth initiative called ConnectED to enhance technology for 99% of the students in the U.S.