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 From left, sophomore Rheanna DeCrow, senior Cristea Park, first-year student Annika Michel and senior Mary Gersec of the Ithaca College golf team. The team competes at a few tournaments in the fall before taking a few months off during the cold Ithaca winter.

Hot start has golf team chipping away at the fall season

By Daniel King, Assistant Sports Editor September 28, 2022
As the temperatures cool around South Hill, the Ithaca College women’s golf team is staying hot after three strong starts to their Fall 2022 season.
From left, senior Cara Volpe and graduate student Megan Yawman from Ithaca College drive against junior Olivia Middleton and senior Ava McCann from St. Lawrence University on Feb. 27.

IC jumps 30 spots in Learfield Directors’ Cup standings

By Dean Gutic, Staff Writer April 20, 2022
Ithaca College sat at 44th in Division III after Fall 2021 in the Learfield Directors' Cup, but vaulted to the 14th spot thanks to strong winter performances.
Ithaca College President Shirlet M. Collado said in an email sent to the campus community Nov. 7 that Melissa Daly, chief of staff to the President, is leaving the college to serve as director of special initiatives and assistant vice provost in the Office of Academic Affairs at Emory University in Atlanta.

Chief of staff to college president to step down in December

By Ashley Stalnecker, Assistant News Editor November 10, 2019
Melissa Daly, chief of staff to Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado, is leaving the college Dec. 2.
Volleyball defeats Emory University in NCAA Quarterfinals

Volleyball defeats Emory University in NCAA Quarterfinals

By Lorenzo DeScala, Staff Writer November 16, 2017
The volleyball team defeated Emory College 3–1 in the NCAA Division III Volleyball quarterfinals on Nov. 16 to move onto the semifinals.
Junior Tate Johnson addressed the crowd of an anti-racism rally held Dec. 11 at Free Speech Rock at Ithaca College, during which attendees voiced their criticisms of President Tom Rochon. Rochon was called upon to speak at the event.

Success with addressing campus racial issues varies nationwide

By Grace Elletson, Staff Writer April 27, 2016
During the Fall 2015 semester, colleges and universities across the country were rocked by student protests addressing racial tensions on campuses. Ithaca College was also affected by these issues, and it is among many other institutions that are now trying to heal their communities while also facing losses in enrollment and retention.

The Hot Stove: Empire 8 Tournament will aid baseball squad

By Steve Derderian, Columnist April 20, 2015
Columnist Steve Derderian argues that the baseball team will benefit in the future from the Empire 8 Tournament.
Freshman sprinter Sam Piraneo holds a pose to his left side while members of the men’s track and field team join in during a weekly yoga session at practice Feb. 10 in Glazer Arena.

Track and field team incorporates yoga exercises in workout routine

By Nick Marcatelli, Staff Writer February 12, 2014
Weekly yoga session helping track and field team.
Junior guard climbs the ranks of the womens basketball team

Junior guard climbs the ranks of the women’s basketball team

By Miles Surrey, Assistant Sports Editor January 22, 2014
Junior guard Samantha Klie has cracked the starting lineup for women's basketball team.
Sophomore forward Sarah Woychick dribbles the ball as Stevens Institute of Technology sophomore midfielder Adriana Herrera chases. The South Hill squad defeated the Ducks 4–0 on Oct. 26 on Carp Wood Field.

Soccer team focuses on improving postseason play

By Kristen Gowdy, Staff Writer October 31, 2013
The women's soccer team is in a familiar position with the regular season winding down, but the squad wants to make a long postseason run.
Sophomore midfielder Kelsey King dribbles the ball as a Misericordia University defender chases her. The bombers defeated the Cougars 1–0.

Blue and Gold avenge last season’s sweet sixteen loss to Misericordia

By Kristen Gowdy, Staff Writer October 10, 2013
The women's soccer squad defeated another top-10 ranked team 1–0 on Oct. 2.
College rankings sway enrollment decisions

College rankings sway enrollment decisions

By Gerald Doherty, Senior Writer September 6, 2012
Recent revelations of inflated SAT scores, retention rates and other information have cast doubt on the validity of college ranking systems and raised concerns over how colleges manage and report their data.
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