In one day, Aug. 29, the Ithaca College mail center received 2,050 packages.
Though Tinder — the social media app that has users logging in an average of 11 times per day — is commonly used for the casual hook-up scene, Ithaca College junior Maureen Wietecha swiped right and landed in a committed relationship a year and a half ago.
About 35 part- and full-time contingent faculty members and students at Ithaca College attended a teach-in presented by members of the contingent faculty union on Sept. 6 to hear updates on their experiences at the college and the unionization process.
Cheryl Christopher, postal services assistant in Phillips Hall at Ithaca College, discusses attending college for one semester, watching students with opposite lifestyles become friends, and why college can be the best place for self-development.
Junior Kayla Gromen, captain of the Ithaca College volleyball team, talks about maintaining her All-American status and the team’s upcoming season.
Joslyn Brenton, assistant professor of sociology at Ithaca College, discusses attending three different colleges in four years, love and relationships, and why college is the best time to explore open-mindedness.
Peter Johanns, associate professor and television-radio program director at Ithaca College, talks about almost flunking out of SUNY Cortland, love and relationships, and how television ignited his self-motivation in college.
On May 9, 11 students planted trees, flowers and vegetables on the rooftop of Ithaca College’s Terrace dining hall in an event called “Plant-A-Palooza.”