The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

Senior Alexis Manore, editor in chief for The Ithacan, discusses the impacts of Ithaca Colleges failure to hold abusers accountable. This pattern invalidates survivors and normalizes violence within the campus community.

Commentary: IC does not hold abusers accountable

By Alexis Manore May 8, 2022
As a survivor of both sexual harassment and sexual assault, it has been extremely disheartening to see how the college has supported and enabled abusers and offered minimal support to survivors. 
A new petition on Change.org asks Luvelle Brown, superintendent of the Ithaca City School District and member of the Ithaca College Board of Trustees, to step down.

Petition asks college trustee to resign after abuse allegations

By Alyshia Korba and Elijah de Castro February 17, 2022
A new petition asks Luvelle Brown, superintendent of the Ithaca City School District and member of the Ithaca College Board of Trustees, to step down.
The virtual open-conversation session was led by David Lissy ’87, chair of the board of trustees, and James Nolan ’77, vice chair of the board of trustees. About 55 people attended the event.

Board of Trustees discusses how to make IC sustainable

By Olivia Stanzl, Assistant News Editor February 15, 2022
Members of the Ithaca College Board of Trustees discussed retention, the presidential search and Luvelle Brown at a Feb. 14 open meeting.
Ithaca College will not be making any changes to its mask guidelines for the remainder of the spring semester.

Ithaca City School District moves to remote instruction

By Caitlin Holtzman, Assistant News Editor December 16, 2020
Due to community spread of COVID-19 and the number of students and staff members in quarantine, the ICSD is moving to remote instruction until January.
A view of the snow covered lake beside the Muller Chapel.

UPDATE: Ithaca College to remain closed March 15

March 14, 2017
Ithaca College has closed for March 14 due to the snow storm that has hit the Northeast region.
According to USA Today, about 350 schools and day care centers failed lead tests a total of about 470 times from 2012 through 2015, representing approximately 20 percent of water systems nationally.

Investigation results show safe levels of lead at Ithaca College

By Kyle Arnold, Assistant News Editor March 21, 2016
Four samples tested positive for lead but were below the action level, with the highest sample yielding 0.09 parts per billion.
Junior Daniel Block leads a craft activity with students in several “leadership pods” the morning of Feb. 2 at Beverly J. Martin Elementary School, where he coordinates a student leadership program.

IC student teaches program for future generation of leaders

By Kayla Dwyer, Opinion Editor February 3, 2016
There need to be leaders in the school and people that can lead by example, so to get those students that are true leaders to be an example for other students is key.
Jason Trumble graduated from Ithaca College in 1992 with a major in history.  He was recently made principal of Ithaca High School.

Q&A: Alumnus becomes principal of Ithaca High School

By Eddie Dowd, Contributing Writer February 11, 2015
Jason Trumble ’92, a graduate of the Ithaca College history department who has spent more than 20 years working for the Ithaca City School District, was recently made principal of Ithaca High School.

College and City: Feb. 6

February 5, 2014

Tompkins Library to host presentation on Mandela The Tompkins County Public Library, in partnership with Cornell University’s Africana Studies and Research Center, the John H. Clarke Africana Library...

Shifting Gears: City of Ithaca pushes for more bike safety

Shifting Gears: City of Ithaca pushes for more bike safety

By Nate King September 25, 2013
The City of Ithaca wants to make its streets safer and easier for bikers to travel on. This vision is reflected in the proposed Bicycle Boulevard Plan, which aims to establish a network of bike boulevards throughout the city.
Ithaca is smart: what makes Ithaca the Smartest city in America

Ithaca is smart: what makes Ithaca the “Smartest city in America”

By Noreyana Fernando, News Editor September 5, 2013
The City of Ithaca was recently named the "Smartest City in the United States." This could be because of its multiple colleges, geographic location or genuinely intelligent residents.
Load More Stories
Donate to THE ITHACAN
$1260
$2000
Contributed
Our Goal