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November 23, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Editorial: A sweet option for paying debt

By The Ithacan | Apr 23, 2014

Sugar babies are making their mark on campus, as more than 40 people with ithaca.edu email addresses registered with SeekingArrangement.com.

Review: Superb combat redeems rehashed mechanics

By | Apr 23, 2014

Superpowers never looked so good in “Infamous Second Son.”

Keep On Running

By | Apr 21, 2014

If there’s one thing those running the streets of Boston this morning aren’t lacking, it’s determination. 

The NCAA Yet to Break, Bends

By | Apr 18, 2014

According to Newton’s first law of motion, an object at rest stays at rest until acted upon by an external force. 

Editorial: College dives into larger pool

By The Ithacan | Apr 16, 2014

The growth of the pool of applicants versus the consistent admitted students’ numbers opens the possibility of greater selectivity for future classes to the college

Guest commentary: Ithaca activism does not excuse students’ complacency

By | Apr 16, 2014

An active community is nothing without those who fight for social justice to keep democracy in check and maintain a fair and safe environment.

Guest commentary: Cornell’s costs require additional payments

By | Apr 16, 2014

Currently, Cornell University and the City of Ithaca have a Memorandum of Understanding that Cornell will pay $1.25 million a year in voluntary payments.

Editorial: A sign of trouble

By The Ithacan | Apr 16, 2014

Amid numerous acts of vandalism this year was the recent theft of four letters from the Ithaca College sign located on Lyceum Drive.

Ithaca Today

Hear from prospective students, parents and Ithaca College students who attended the most popular admissions event of the year.

Reuters World Cup Poll Gets It All Wrong

By | Apr 15, 2014

On Monday, major news agency Reuters published a poll stating two out of three Americans do not plan to follow this summer’s World Cup in Brazil, suggesting the U.S.

The Black Hat of the NCAA Joins the Rising Criticism

By | Apr 11, 2014

The individual who has perhaps benefited the most from the NCAA’s exploitation of amateurism is now calling out the institution for instability and inflexibility.

Some Much Needed Perspective on Yasiel Puig

By | Apr 7, 2014

If you weren’t paying attention, baseball season started last week and last season’s biggest breakout story has already seen significant time in the limelight, though not in the most positive context.