The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a missing persons case involving Ithaca College senior Kristin Jannotti.
The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management hosted a two-day workshop for law enforcement officials with hopes of strengthening techniques applied to sexual-assault investigations.
The Ithaca College Office of Public Safety and Ithaca Police Department have increased their patrols and presence on and around campus this fall, due to both standard protocol and recent crime.
From Mario Kart–style golf-cart chases, to a string of stolen traffic cones, to nighttime trespassers in the natural lands, members of the Student Auxiliary Safety Patrol — now in its 45th year as a student organization — said they have experienced it all while pursuing their mission to make the Ithaca College campus safer.
Junior Sean Gillen repeatedly woke up with an uneasy feeling in his Ithaca College Circle Apartment the night that a stranger was outside his bedroom, stealing his television and speaker.
The Ithaca College Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a burglary and a criminal trespass in two separate Circle Apartments, which occurred after midnight on the same night.
In the backyard of 164 Kendall Ave., crowds of Ithaca College students gathered from neighboring houses in May 2008. There was an endless number of kegs and people — a perfect way to celebrate the semester’s close. Kendall Day was born.
With sexual assault awareness month’s coming to a close, students and administrators at Ithaca College are saying the college can improve its sexual assault education by making the college’s resources more accessible and driving a more effective conversation on campus.
A popular Twitter account used by Ithaca College students — IC Crushes — was suspended the morning of April 18. IC Crushes is a Twitter account that allowed students to submit “crushes” about other students anonymously through a Google document.
The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is investigating a report of “forcible touching” reported on campus around 11:50 p.m. April 16 near the tennis courts and parking lot S, according to the Public Safety Alert sent to the campus community.