The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


The Student News Site of Ithaca College


Meet our Senior Blogging Team!

September 7, 2021

Seniors from majors across campus joined the Senior Blogging team to write blogs advising underclassmen about things they have learned in their time at Ithaca College.

Meet the Editors: Amisha Kohli

February 25, 2021

This week we sat down with opinion editor, Amisha Kohli.

The additional recommendations include: Create a streamlined undergraduate application process, increase flexibility of the curriculum, make the faculty workload more equitable, revise and implement the course schedule, establish centralized management of graduate programs and reevaluate course caps. 

Applications for positions on The Ithacan editorial board now open

By The Ithacan April 15, 2020
Applications for positions on the Fall 2020 editorial board of The Ithacan are now available.
Annette Levine, associate professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literature, discusses the work she did for Memoria Abierta.

Q&A: Professor translates guide for Memoria Abierta

By Meaghan McElroy, Opinion Editor August 30, 2017
Opinion Editor Meaghan McElroy spoke with Levine about the translation project, the importance of translation and her hopes for future work.
The 2016–2017 Student Government Association Senate, chaired by sophomore Carlie McClinsey, urges the Presidential Search Committee to create an open search for the next president of Ithaca College.

Open Letter: Presidential search must remain open

By SGA Senate May 24, 2016
If the search committee values a process that is transparent, engaging, and most importantly, inclusive, we cannot possibly have anything but an open process. We are trying to mend the wounds of our campus community, not forget them.

Letter to the Editor: Mental illness should not be sensationalized

By Gabriella Jorio May 13, 2016
It is problematic that a mental illness is being sensationalized in such a way and I am disappointed that my own struggles have been exploited to attract more readers.
From left, senior Natalie Dionne, junior Sean Phillips Junior and senior Brendan Davis wear clothes from Goodwill during a Habitat for Humanity trip during the group’s winter break trip this year.

Q&A: Ithaca College senior receives award for service work

By Celisa Calacal, Life & Culture Editor May 4, 2016
Senior Brendan Davis was recently recognized as a 2016 Newman Civic Fellow, an award given to college students and leaders dedicated to service work focused on seeking solutions for challenges faced by communities across the country.
Senior Jordan Cowell presented at the Whalen Symposium on the rhetorical differences between the administrations responses to the Blue Skies and the AEPi event.

Commentary: Rhetorical failure catalyzes campus crisis

By Jordan Cowell May 3, 2016
What language — what rhetorical strategies — do people in leadership positions use when they attempt to pacify the public during periods of crisis? Why were President Rochon’s rhetorical appeals to the campus community unsuccessful?
Snap Judgment: Kendall Day

Snap Judgment: Kendall Day

May 2, 2016

The Ithacan produces a weekly segment called “Snap Judgment,” which gathers students’ thoughts and opinions about a particular topic. For this week’s Snap Judgement, The Ithacan asked students: "How...

Letter to the Editor: Sport Studies can address campus issues

By James T. Gray May 2, 2016
Professor Mosher’s Sport Studies Program should be immediately reinstated given Ithaca College’s present campus environment.
Snap Judgment: Next School President

Snap Judgment: Next School President

April 20, 2016
The Ithacan asks students to share the qualities they hope to see in the school's next president.
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