April 19, 2021
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Music students take initiative to take care of their mental health

By | Apr 7, 2021

From left, sophomore Tim Coene and junior Erin Smith use one of the new mental health rooms they helped to create in the James J. Whalen Center for Music.


Editorial: “Wellness days” do not alleviate college stress

By | Mar 25, 2021

We are overcoming a pandemic, collegewide changes and individual challenges of life. All of us need more than one day to even begin recovering. 


Commentary: Living with Social Anxiety and Bipolar in the Zoom Age

By | Feb 22, 2021

Keeping in control of my anxiety and mental health in general has been pretty difficult for me, especially in the age of Zoom.


‘The Moon Rises Too’ – At a Crossroads: Wanting to Move Slowly in a Fast-paced World

By | Nov 16, 2020

The Ithacan · ‘The Moon Rises Too’ – Director of Religion and Spirituality Hierald Osorto
On the first full-length episode of The Moon Rises Too, host Nijha Young speaks with Hierald Osorto, director of Ithaca College’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and Executive Director for Student Equity and Belonging.


‘The Brown Girl Chronicles’ – During a Pandemic: POC Mental Health

By | Oct 25, 2020

The Ithacan · ‘The Brown Girl Chronicles’ – During a Pandemic: POC Mental Health
Host Sobeida Rosa is back with her final season of The Brown Girl Chronicles.


‘The Moon Rises Too’ – The New Moon Episode

By | Oct 25, 2020

The Ithacan · ‘The Moon Rises Too’ – The New Moon Episode
Welcome to The Moon Rises Too, a personal growth podcast that discusses the journey to making peace with ourselves by exploring and embracing the darkness within — our faults, hardships, fears, etc.


Tackling mental health challenges during the pandemic

By | Oct 20, 2020

Now more than ever, tending to our mental health is incredibly crucial as college students. We have a lot on our plates.


Editorial: CAPS takes extra measures to support students

By | Oct 9, 2020

Ultimately, CAPS is taking efforts to ensure that mental health support is equitable for all students.


Commentary: Online learning is not equitable for everyone

By , | Oct 7, 2020

Empathy at this time is so important — even small gestures can go a long way. Take care of yourselves and each other.


National Recap: Protestors call for reform following Daniel Prude’s death

By | Sep 7, 2020

Protests continued for the fifth night in Rochester, New York, with protestors calling for police reform in light of the death of Daniel Prude.


College community discusses racism in the US and at IC

By | Jun 9, 2020

The Ithaca College community discussed racism and violence against black people in the U.S., campus concerns and what the college community needs to do.


Student research on race in media accepted to national conference

By | Feb 10, 2020

Two pairs of Ithaca College students have been accepted to present their research on race depiction in media at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research from March 26 to 28 at Montana State U