Ithaca College students who are members of or allies to the LGBTQ community will be honored April 12 at the Rainbow Reception.
As the semester comes to an end, members of the Class of 2019 at Ithaca College will be participating in several ceremonies, collecting their graduation regalia and preparing for graduation.
It had been an intense workout. Participants had their hands on their knees, breathing heavily. They had endured 45 minutes of exercise after exercise, each one increasing in difficulty.
WorkOUT is an event that actively celebrates the intersection of LGBTQ and fitness culture, an initiative that is precisely what the center should be doing.
Members from the Ithaca College administration and IC Color held an open forum Oct. 30 for the college community to have a dialogue about creating a safe environment for LGBTQ students.
This Diversity and Inclusion Discussion Circle was organized by the Division of College Relations and Advancement, and the theme was chosen to recognize LGBTQ history month, which is celebrated in Oct
Being different is something Hierald Osorto knows well. As a gay, Latino Christian, he said, he has spent his entire life questioning how the intricacies of his identity have impacted his self-percept
“It’s become not only a part of the social and academic parts of the community but woven into the curricular parts of the community as well,” Maurer said
International Pronouns Day, a new holiday founded in part by contributions from Ithaca College and recognized by Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick, will have its first observance Oct. 17.
A petition with approximately 2,000 signatures from Ithaca College community members and others demands that change be made within the Ithaca College Protestant Community.