February 9, 2023
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Hospitalizations are low with new Omicron subvariant in county

By | Mar 30, 2022

The new Omicron subvariant BA.2 was detected in Tompkins County, but the Tompkins County Health Department said hospitalizations are low, in a statement released March 28.


Students struggle to receive personalized COVID-19 testing

By , | Feb 24, 2022

After the U.S. government began offering COVID-19 tests to households across the U.S., IC senior Victoria Lipper ordered tests which have not arrived.


Tompkins County Health Department continues mask advisory

By | Feb 15, 2022

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul lifted New York’s mask mandate, but Tompkins County are advised to continue wearing masks indoors.


IC reports successful reopening following low COVID-19 cases

By | Feb 9, 2022

After an increase in COVID-19 cases in December 2021, Ithaca College has cautiously welcomed back its students, faculty and staff for Spring 2022. 


IC students draft policy during Model EU simulation

By | Feb 1, 2022

The Global Model European Union is a simulation of the European Union and a collaboration between universities around the world.


IC to hold first week of Spring 2022 classes virtually

By | Jan 7, 2022

Ithaca College will be holding online classes for its first week of classes of Spring 2022, with in-person instruction beginning Jan. 31. 


IC raises COVID-19 status to orange after tide of new cases

By | Dec 15, 2021

After both Ithaca College and Cornell University saw enormous increases in COVID-19 cases, the schools raised their COVID-19 alert statuses.


IC raises COVID-19 status to yellow as cases rise

By | Dec 8, 2021

Ithaca College has moved to a Yellow: Low to Moderate Risk COVID-19 operational status following a rise in COVID-19 cases.