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THE ITHACAN

With the return to campus and Ithaca College relaxing COVID-19 guidelines, ICs student run publications are able to print in greater numbers.

Student-run publications make their return to IC

By Alex Hartzog and Eva Salzman September 8, 2021
With the return to campus and Ithaca College relaxing COVID-19 guidelines, IC's student-run publications are able to print in greater numbers.
Junior Allison Kelley, vice president of business and finance for the SGC, said all the magazines were given opportunities to voice their opinions at multiple meetings the SGC Appropriations Committee held.

SGC publications bill impacts magazines differently

By Ryan Bieber, Staff Writer February 26, 2020
A bill passed in Fall 2019 by the SGC that limits the number of copies on-campus publications can print impacted student publications differently. 
The event, hosted by the Students Today Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) as part of “I Love IC Week,” featured panelists Kylee Roberts ’19, Brandon Schneider ’17, Katrina Grein ’17, Imogen Mills ’18, Melinda McGill-Carlison ’15, MBA ’16, and Harmony Malone ’15. The panelists all graduated within the last five years and represented each of the five academic schools at the college.

IC alumni speak in panel about post-graduation experiences

By Julie Dannevig, Staff Writer February 19, 2020
Six alumni offered advice about preparing for life after graduation as they reflected on their past experiences at the college Feb. 18.
Junior Allison Kelley, vice president of business and finance for the SGC, said all the magazines were given opportunities to voice their opinions at multiple meetings the SGC Appropriations Committee held.

SGC encourages on campus publications to be more sustainable

By Anna De Luca, Staff Writer October 23, 2019
Some on-campus magazines were at the SGC Appropriations Committee meeting Oct. 9 to decrease the number of issues they print of their publications.
From left, sophomores Mori Pericon, Kylee Roberts and Annalise Haldeman launched the Passion Project on March 31. The theme of the magazine this month is New Beginnings.

Students’ passion project becomes a reality with magazine

By Brianna Ruback, Staff Writer April 4, 2017
The Passion Project is dedicated to self-empowerment, embracing youth culture, inspiration and social issues within and beyond Ithaca College.
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