September 23, 2021
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Cortaca 2022 venue sparks concern about IC’s finances

By | Sep 23, 2021

With the recent announcement of the 2022 Cortaca Jug game being held at Yankee Stadium comes a multitude of emotions, ranging from excitement to confusion.


‘The Intersection’ – A Conversation with Alex Elconin and George Sikoryak III

By | Sep 23, 2021

The Ithacan · ‘The Intersection’ – A Conversation with Alex Elconin and George Sikoryak III
Host Frankie Walls sits down with former varsity soccer player Alex Elconin ’21 and current men’s varsity basketball point guard, senior George Sikoryak III.


‘How IC Sports’ – Fall 2021 Season Sneak Peak

By | Sep 22, 2021

The Ithacan · ‘How IC Sports’ – Fall 2021 Sneak Peak
How IC Sports returns for the Fall 2021 season!


Student athletes cash in on new name, image and likeness laws

By | Aug 26, 2021

When junior defensive back Daniel Hutchinson first heard about the passing of new name, image and likeness (NIL) laws in July of this year, his reaction was short and simple. “Finally.”


NCAA uses amateurism to exploit athletes’ likeness

By | Apr 29, 2021

Amid the backlash surrounding the Division I basketball tournaments weeks ago, the NCAA was fighting another battle in the Supreme Court regarding athletes receiving benefits and compensation.


Men’s basketball head coach resigns after first season

By | Apr 27, 2021

Sean Burton ’09, Ithaca College men’s basketball head coach, has resigned from his position, effective immediately.


The NCAA must protect the athletes it claims to support

By | Apr 14, 2021

In a time when social justice has become inextricable from sports and when more people are coming out as LGBTQ+ than ever before, the NCAA must protect the athletes who it claims to support.


NCAA knows gender inequity exists but does not care

By | Mar 24, 2021

The inequities between the men’s and women’s sports in the NCAA run deep, and the unique circumstances of the pandemic are only exacerbating the problems.


Athletes consider using extra year of competition eligibility

By | Mar 17, 2021

In October 2020, the NCAA approved a blanket waiver for Division III that stated athletes may compete during the 2020–21 academic year without losing participation or academic eligibility.


Cornell and Ivy League cancel spring athletic conference competition

By | Feb 19, 2021

Cornell University will not be participating in spring sports competition following the Ivy League’s decision to cancel competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 


New platforms give athletes place to share their stories

By | Feb 18, 2021

Student-athletes have been given new platforms to speak their minds and opportunities to participate in activities they may not have before


Bombers are back after almost a year of no competition

By | Feb 11, 2021

With sports finally returning after almost a year away, athletes are adding new elements to their routines: masks, practice pods and COVID-19 tests.