Several events were held for First Bomber Weekend.
That’s not to say I wasn’t myself at home — I was — but college has offered me new opportunities and experiences that did not exist two hours away.
While I still strive to prioritize and turn in my assignments on time, I’m finding that living real life on campus is like a class of its own.
I thought I knew what college would be like, but did not consider the small details that have changed. In my first few days on campus, I felt lost.
Knowing that we will potentially be on campus next spring is the glimmer of hope hanging out in the back of my mind.
It’s been hard to be focused 100% of the time. Online school is never going to replace regular in-person school.
Mikayla Tolliver is a current freshman at Ithaca College. In her column, “Ask a Freshman,” she answers questions about her freshman experience.
Having a child in college who is learning remotely is like a never-ending Gobstopper — never knowing what each layer will result in.
Fall 2020 orientation will be shortened from one week to five days, according to the Ithaca College Fall 2019 Orientation Assessment Report.
The Rom Com 48 Film Festival, as the name suggests, challenged students to make the best 3–5 minute romantic comedy short in 48 hours.
In my experience, a room can hold secrets and doubts; fears and revelations; moments of pure joy, and moments of gut-wrenching anxiety.
Even as I sit down to write this last article, I am shocked at how quickly this semester passed.