•  

Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 15, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Commentary: Students with accents face microaggressions

By | Nov 6, 2019

“Oh my God! I love your accent! Where are you from?”

WATCH: Instant Facul-Tea with Vinita Prabhakar

By | Mar 22, 2018

Vinita Prabhakar, assistant professor in the Department of Writing, discusses her teaching style, books and the “Twilight” movies.

Review: Singles for the week of 10/6

By | Oct 6, 2017

Life and Culture Editor Jake Leary listened to some of the singles that came out this week, here’s what he thought of them.

  

New Voices Literary Festival spotlights rising writers

By | Apr 5, 2017

Henderson described “The Short Short” as a marathon: The two-hour event kept flowing until all the readers finished sharing their stories.

Editorial: Focus on job training undervalues humanities

By The Ithacan | Mar 29, 2017

Most courses in vocational studies, such as business or law, do not do enough to foster critical-thinking skills.

Activist Gloria Joseph to visit IC and discuss poet Audre Lorde

By | Sep 21, 2016

Ithaca College’s Women and Gender Studies Program will host Gloria Joseph, professor emerita of Africana Studies at Hampshire College and partner of the late Audre Lorde, to discuss the poet’s life.

Bomber Nation: A look into the history of the Bomber name

By | Feb 25, 2016

The Ithacan examines the complex past of how “the Bomber” came into existence to embody the identity of Ithaca College.

Commentary: ‘They’ used as a singular pronoun is not new to English

By | Sep 23, 2014

The use of “they” as a third-person singular pronoun is grammatically incorrect, but it has been an English colloquialism for centuries.

Fellow countrywomen lead golf squad

By , | Oct 2, 2013

The leading golfers have more in common than their skills on the links.

Guten Tag!

By | Mar 26, 2013

Approximately over one billion people around the world are learning English. In Europe more than 90 percent of children learn English from the start of elementary school. In the U.S less than a third of schools require or offer foreign language courses. While foreign countries believe becoming diverse in more than one language especially English…

Every word in the English language: the interview

By | Sep 5, 2012

A discussion on the Twitter account that tweets every word in the English language, one by one.

Professor publishes poetry book

By | Dec 14, 2011

Memories, metaphors and ghost-brides swirl within the ink of “Almost Everything Takes Forever,” a compilation of poetry written by Kirsten Wasson, assistant professor of English. Wasson, who teaches multicultural American Literature at Ithaca College, is a widely published poet. She also writes nonfiction that has appeared in Ascent Magazine and The Ithaca Times. Resembling the…