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Junior Elijah Nishiura, vice president of campus affairs, asked sophomore Ryan Ingerson what questions he would ask Bill Guerrero, vice president for finance and administration, who the SGC plans on bringing in this semester. Ingerson said he would ask about the strategic plan, Ithaca Forever, and how it relates to the college’s plans to diversify where it receives funding.

SGC confirms new senator and tables Late Night bill

By Sam Haut, Senior Writer February 26, 2020
The SGC confirmed sophomore Ryan Ingerson as Class of 2022 senator and tabled a bill to reinstate Late Night at Terrace Dining Hall on Feb. 24.
Editorial: Students must take advantage of open discussions on campus

Editorial: Students must take advantage of open discussions on campus

October 24, 2019
The responsibility to curate positive change can’t fall on the administration alone.
Dave Prunty, executive director of auxiliary services, discusses the changes made in Dining Services at an open forum held Oct. 15. Four students attended the event.

Dining Services holds town hall for student critique

By Ryan Bieber, Staff Writer October 22, 2019
Four students attended an open forum to offer feedback about the change in meal service providers hosted by Ithaca College Dining Services Oct. 15.
Snapshot: Fourth Meal — Late-Night Dining

Snapshot: Fourth Meal — Late-Night Dining

By Kate Nalepinski, Senior Writer April 11, 2018

* Editor’s Note: The Ithacan‘s journalistic coverage of the campus often focuses on formal announcements and events. In doing so, we overlook some of the aspects of college that students will remember...

Junior rugby player Mark Hassett, a vegan, has a hard time finding nutritious meal  options during Late Night at Terrace Dining Hall due to the lack of offerings.

Late Night does not have nutritional meals for athletes

By Jeb Biggart, Staff Writer November 16, 2017
After late night practices or games, athletes do not have the correct foods to refuel their body available to them at Late Night in Terrace Dining Hall.
At the start of the semester, Terrace Dining Hall was having issues —long lines, food shortages and a lack of student employees made it a rough start to the year. Since then, some of these problems have been resolved but students are still noticing issues.

Terrace Dining Hall faces backup from lack of student staff

By Sierra Guardiola, Contributing writer September 19, 2016
Though the Terrace Dining Hall at Ithaca College underwent major renovations this year, it has experienced new problems with staffing and operations. Jeffrey Scott, Sodexo area general manager, said attendance in the dining hall has been up about 10 percent so far this semester, which he said could be attributed to the renovations. However, the dining hall experienced a shortage of student employees and is also missing a chef manager.
The Terrace Dining Hall at Ithaca College celebrated its 50th birthday this year with a new look, which features upgraded interior decor, food stations and floor space.

IC’s Terrace Dining Hall debuts new look after renovations

By Ana Borruto, Staff Writer August 22, 2016
Ithaca College’s Terrace Dining Hall celebrated its 50th birthday this year with a facelift, including renovations to the infrastructure, floor space and interior decor.

Avoiding the ‘Freshman 15’ in 2015

By Kylee Roberts, Blogger September 23, 2015
Every post that I make will follow the journey in trying to stay as fit as possible through a time that is difficult for most. Stay strong freshmen: We’re going to make it through.

‘Late Night’ Nightmare

By Kylee Roberts, Blogger September 13, 2015
Navigating through the two-faced horror and dream that is Late Night in Towers Dining Hall.

ITHACA TODAY: Wednesday, March 5

March 5, 2014
Your guide to what's happening in Ithaca, today
From left, seniors Rob Flaherty, student body president, and Justin Pyron, vice president of the SGA, spoke Monday at a meeting. The SGA is looking into ways to address concerns after results came in from a campus-wide survey.

SGA survey finds dining is a top concern

By Lisa Famularo, Staff Writer March 28, 2013
Campus dining, class registration, on-campus concerts and residential life were top concerns of students in a recent campus-wide survey conducted by the Student Government Association.

IC student featured on “Conan”

By Noreyana Fernando, Staff Writer May 1, 2012
An Ithaca College freshman received national media attention in a humorous light on April 23, when Perry Koenig was featured on a “Fan Corrections” segment on “Conan,” a late night TBS talk show hosted by Conan O’Brien.
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