July 1, 2022
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After saying her salary would freeze, President Collado’s compensation rose

Despite claiming multiple times that she froze her salary during the 2019–20 academic year, former Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado’s monthly base compensation increased by $1,039 to $41,17


Beginning of Cornish presidency elicits mixed reactions

By | Mar 12, 2022

While many members of IC are happy to have a president who is familiar with the college some are raising concerns about transparency in the search.


Commentary: The importance of an open presidential search

By | Feb 3, 2022

Ithaca forever they say? I and many others say that our pride and love for Ithaca College has been dashed by poor leadership from the administration


New scholarship established in Shirley Collado’s name

By | Feb 2, 2022

Collado will be receiving the Latin honor President Emerita — a Latin honors distinction awarded when one leaves an institution that allows them to retain the title of their position.


Ithaca College announces School of Music, Theatre and Dance

By | Jan 25, 2022

On July 1, the Ithaca College School of Music and the Department of Theatre Arts will merge to create the School of Music, Theatre and Dance.


IC community discusses budget cuts and tuition amid pandemic

By | Oct 20, 2021

The Ithaca College community is adjusting both to the residual effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the college’s budget and the strategic plan Ithaca Forever.


SLT gives updates at the State of the College gathering

By | Oct 7, 2021

The Ithaca College SLT gave updates regarding the college’s enrollment, finances and goals for the 2021–22 academic year at the State of the College gathering Oct. 5. 


Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado to step down

By | Jul 8, 2021

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado is stepping down from her position and will leave the college Jan. 10, 2022.


Commentary: Academic Program Prioritization neglects space for campus grief

By | Feb 17, 2021

Staff and contingent faculty are my friends. Hardly any campuswide acknowledgement of their furloughs-turned-to-layoffs has occurred.


Commentary: Faculty cuts diminish degree value

By | Feb 10, 2021

As someone who will likely have both of their liberal arts majors eliminated, the value of my degree has depreciated significantly.


Open communication critical when making decisions

By | Oct 17, 2020

The administration is disingenuously making it seem like everything is under control and going according to plan.


Editorial: Uncertainty remains at IC as enrollment drops

By | Oct 2, 2020

There can be no Ithaca College without students. Clear messaging is key in order to retain a student body and ensure that students keep coming back.