January 30, 2023
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UPDATE: Three more swastikas found in Whalen Center

By | Nov 4, 2022

Three swastikas were reported in the James J. Whalen Center for Music on Nov. 4, raising the number of swastikas found on the Ithaca College campus in 2022 to eight.


SGC discusses a future road closure and transportation on campus

By | Nov 2, 2022

At the Ithaca College Student Governance Council (SGC) meeting Oct. 31, the senate and executive board met with Bonnie Prunty, vice president for Student Affairs and Campus Life. 


Students mourn victims of mass shooting targeting Asian people

By , | Mar 25, 2021

The Ithaca College community is mourning the victims of an Atlanta shooting targeting Asian women while expressing disappointment with the college’s response.


Commentary: Do not dissociate when tragedy strikes

By | Nov 7, 2018

While it is easier said than done, I think it is important that we don’t just add this to the list of tragedies or allow ourselves to disassociate.


Hillel hosts vigil to honor victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

By | Oct 30, 2018

The vigil was held in honor of the victims and survivors of a shooting that occurred in a Pittsburgh synagogue — the Tree of Life Synagogue — early in the morning Oct. 27. This was the deadliest anti-


Commentary: College athletes are not a marginalized group

By | May 3, 2018

To be upset about a column tarnishing your sports team is valid and justifiable. To compare the criticism faced with hate crimes toward marginalized groups is ignorant.


Editorial: Impact response system benefits the community

By The Ithacan | Apr 25, 2018

The Bias Impact Response System is the best step in the right direction to make students feel safer on campus and to improve community relations.


Media ignores rise in hate groups

By | Mar 1, 2017

Many people do not realize that groups like these are spread out throughout the country, tackle various subjects and can even exist near liberal towns.