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THE ITHACAN

Meet the Editors: Amisha Kohli

February 25, 2021

This week we sat down with opinion editor, Amisha Kohli.

Editorial: AP coursework gets no credit

Editorial: AP coursework gets no credit

March 26, 2014

Beginning with the Class of 2017, Ithaca College is limiting application of Advanced Placement credits toward courses for the Integrative Core Curriculum. These changes align with the goals of IC 20/20...

Letters don’t make a student’s grade

By Frances Johnson March 19, 2014

It’s no secret I’m obsessed with getting good grades. But by focusing so much on grades, I focus less on mastering the material and more on getting high marks. Students’ obsession with grade point...

Guest commentary: Growing Ukraine conflict hits close to home

Guest commentary: Growing Ukraine conflict hits close to home

By Daniela Schmiedlechner March 19, 2014

In the past several weeks, the crisis in Ukraine has received international attention because of violent protests and threats of Russian invasion. It is not easy being in the United States while my family,...

Guest commentary: Career Services shifts away from personalized service

Guest commentary: Career Services shifts away from personalized service

By Danny Gessner March 19, 2014

I have worked at the Office of Career Services as a student assistant since August 2011 and have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the office. However, I have very mixed feelings about the department’s...

Editorial: An Inside Look has hazy view

Editorial: ‘An Inside Look’ has hazy view

March 19, 2014
The removal of the overnight portion of ‘An Inside Look’ accepted students program prevents ALANA students from getting a full view of the college

Interns can gain without any pay

By Frances Johnson February 26, 2014

Across the United States, thousands of college students are applying for internships. An internship is a great way for students to develop professional skills while working in the field, such as written...

Editorial: A fresh voice

By The Ithacan February 26, 2014

The Student Government Association voted in freshman Kaitlin Logsdon as Class of 2017 senator at its Feb. 17 meeting. Logsdon said she planned to confront the confusion surrounding the Integrative Core...

Editorial: Jail must move beyond bars

Editorial: Jail must move beyond bars

By The Ithacan February 26, 2014
The Tompkins County jail expansion is going forward, but the government must still be pressured to move from incarceration toward rehabilitation
Guest commentary: Group-based class model can boost instruction methods

Guest commentary: Group-based class model can boost instruction methods

By Matthew Price February 26, 2014

The work we have presented in our paper, “Implementing Comprehensive Reform of Introductory Physics at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution: A Longitudinal Case Study,” is a result of a six-year study...

Guest commentary: Residential behavior betrays code of conduct

Guest commentary: Residential behavior betrays code of conduct

By Kelsey Johnson February 26, 2014

People are defined by the communities they are a part of, so how do students react when their chosen college community fails to live up to the standards that it has set? Ithaca College’s code of conduct...

Sexual assaults should be reported with more frequency

By The Ithacan September 12, 2012
The simple truth is that if victims don’t report crimes, there can’t be greater strides toward prevention and resources.
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