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THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

What is you experience with dining at IC?

What is you experience with dining at IC?

By Emily Guderian October 6, 2021
I put time aside at home to go grocery shopping and make food for myself. It requires much more work but eating food that I actually enjoy is worth it. 
Both the Terrace Dining Hall and the Campus Center Dining Hall (CCDH) are experiencing backups this semester as students return to campus for an in-person semester. The college is also experiencing understaffing issues, which is adding to the pressures on campus dining halls. 

Students express frustration with long dining hall lines

By Luke Haworth, Contributing Writer September 22, 2021
Some Ithaca College students are expressing frustration with the long lines and wait times at the campus dining halls and retail dining options.
Junior Maddy Leitner enjoys a Jonah’s Jive sandwich, one of the plant-based options from Ithaca Bakery on Sept. 6 in IC Square.

Veganism plants roots in campus community

By Eva Salzman and Sydney Brumfield September 8, 2021
Junior Maddy Leitner enjoys a Jonah’s Jive sandwich, one of the plant-based options from Ithaca Bakery on Sept. 6 in IC Square.
Bomber Bucks are a virtual form of currency loaded onto student ID cards that can be used for tax-free on-campus purchases at select locations, like Ithaca Bakery, Chick-n-Bap and Mac’s General Store.

Dining services expands use of Bomber Bucks

By Cora Payne, Staff Writer November 20, 2019
Ithaca College students can now use Bomber Bucks to purchase food and nonfood items on campus, regardless of whether or not they have meal plans.
From left, junior Maria White and sophomore Peyton Fleming eat in Towers Marketplace, formerly Towers Dining Hall. Ithaca College has brought in more retail dining locations as part of its new self-operated dining program.

New college-operated dining services dishes out changes

By Madison Fernandez, News Editor August 29, 2019
In three months, Ithaca College started its own dining program, transformed its dining halls and brought in local businesses.
The Administration of Therapeutic Recreation class at Ithaca College set up a pop-up bake sale April 23 at the Cornell Cooperative 4-H Duck Race. The group, which aims to bring light to mental illness, raised $310 for the Tompkins County Suicide Prevention and Crisis Center.

Depressed Cake Shop makes Ithaca debut to fight mental illness

By Silas White, Staff Writer April 26, 2017
One organization, new to Ithaca, aims to encourage discussion in a different way — through sweet treats.

College and City: April 24

April 23, 2014
Business school to hold farewell reception for Dean Zuckerman, Grab and Go offers lunch at library cafe, and more.
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