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HIV and AIDS activist shares powerful message with IC community

By | Nov 10, 2021

Scott Fried, an HIV and AIDS activist, delivered a powerful message on accepting one’s identity to the Ithaca College community Nov. 9 in the Muller Chapel. 


Guest speakers discuss ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict

By | Nov 3, 2021

Experts whose lives have been shaped by the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine spoke about the conflict at an event on Nov. 2.


IC Hillel partners with initiative to address campus climate

By | Sep 29, 2021

Ithaca College is now a part of Hillel’s International Campus Climate Initiative, which works with college administrations to make a positive environment for Jewish students.


IC cultural organizations celebrate campus identities

By , | Sep 22, 2021

Cultural organizations at IC celebrate and highlight different identities from around the world.


IC students welcome fall

By | Sep 9, 2021

The Office of New Student and Transition Programs organized Fall Welcome events to engage the incoming community of students.


Q&A: New Hillel staff member discusses ideas for position

By | Oct 9, 2020

Max Kasler, the new Springboard Innovation Fellow for Hillel at Ithaca College, started his position at the college in Fall 2020.


Commentary: History is valuable when the future is uncertain

By | Apr 30, 2020

By learning what other students experienced, we may find some inspiration to help us get through today’s current challenges.


Commentary: IC ignores Jewish community’s concerns

By | Mar 4, 2020

My experience is that the religious needs and concerns of Jewish students have repeatedly ignored and marginalized by the campus administration.


Activist speaks on intersectionality in activism

By | Feb 19, 2020

Yavilah McCoy, an educator, anti-racism activist and diversity, equity and inclusion consultant, visited Ithaca College on Feb. 18 to speak.


Q&A: Hillel staff member wins Rookie of the Year award

By | Feb 5, 2020

Austin Reid, faculty member of Hillel at Ithaca College, won Rookie of the Year award as part of the Tompkins Chamber Fab5 Young Professional Awards.


Speakers share first and second hand stories from Holocaust

By | Feb 5, 2020

Like many kids, Roald Hoffmann, born to a Polish-Jewish family in Ukraine, had a normal life as a child until the Nazi occupation of Eastern Europe. 


Students express concern over religious holiday conflicts

By | Dec 11, 2019

SGC created the Committee for the Advancement of Religious Equity, in which groups work to prevent the scheduling of events on religious holidays.