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Most classes that are currently being offered for Fall 2021 are in-person and operating normally. Students are wearing masks but there is little to no social distancing in place and classrooms are back to full capacity after there were guidelines regarding both in place the previous semester.  

Campus community adjusts to in-person classes for Fall 2021

By Jillian Bleier, Assistant News Editor September 8, 2021
Some students and faculty at Ithaca College have expressed varying levels of concern about the potential for the spread of COVID-19 in the classroom.
Sophomore Peter Gillen, reflects on transitioning at Ithaca College from a hybrid collage experience to an all in-person experience. He discusses the way he had to adjust to the new college normal but remains cautious

Commentary: Fresh start for fall semester requires flexibility

By Peter Gillen September 2, 2021
We still have some COVID-19 regulations that we need to abide by, they are really quite minimal and make the campus experience feel less restrictive.
Aug. 23 marked the official launch of Canvas for the campus community. The transition involved collaboration with multiple groups across campus, including students and faculty.

College community adjusts to the switch from Sakai to Canvas

By Syd Pierre, Assistant News Editor September 1, 2021
Some members of the campus community are still adjusting to Ithaca College’s new learning management system (LMS), Canvas, following the end of the college’s 10-year contract with Sakai. 
Editorial: Don’t start celebrating yet: COVID-19 is still a danger

Editorial: Don’t start celebrating yet: COVID-19 is still a danger

By The Ithacan March 11, 2021
The onus falls on us to take accountability and stop hosting superspreader functions, especially as the weather improves.
With the transition to hybrid classes, art professors have to balance teaching students on Zoom and in person while abiding by COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Art professors adapt to a different medium

By Elijah de Castro, Staff Writer March 10, 2021
With the transition to hybrid classes, art professors have to balance teaching students on Zoom and in person while abiding by COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Professor Jeff Holmes begins his hybrid Abnormal Psychology class Feb. 15. All of his classes this semester are being taught in a hybrid sense that gives students the choice to come to class in person or online.

Students and professors adapt to hybrid instruction

By Caitlin Holtzman, Assistant News Editor February 18, 2021
Ithaca College students are adjusting to taking classes in person again for the first time in approximately 10 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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