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The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

On Aug. 11, the Office of Residential Life sent out an email to students, faculty and staff explaining the My ResNet Wi-Fi upgrade. Some students at the college have been struggling to connect to the new Wi-Fi system and have growing frustrations with the delays in the network.

IC Students have ongoing issues with new residential Wi-Fi

By Jadyn Davis, Staff Writer August 31, 2022
Since moving back on campus, junior Sophia Testani said she has had trouble with the new Wi-Fi system at Ithaca College, even after contacting IT.
What is your experience with roommates at IC?

What is your experience with roommates at IC?

By Frankie Walls October 21, 2021
Steph and I were, what some may jokingly call, perfect roommates. We were exact opposites, but we meshed together so well.
Senior Kendall Riley is a Martin Luther King (MLK) scholarship recipient and a Resident Assistant. Riley describes his difficult experience with the MLK program but he is hopeful it will improve.

Commentary: MLK Scholar discusses program issues

By Kendall RIley September 8, 2021
I’m hopeful that with a new director for the program, the program will begin to feel like a supportive community again just as it did my freshman year. 
From left, senior Conor Friend, vice president of business and finance for the Student Governance Council; junior SGC President Carlie McClinsey; and sophomore SGC Senate Chair Farwa Shakeel discuss the the carbon monoxide bill at the Dec. 11 meeting.

SGC passes bill on carbon monoxide transparency

By Ryan King, Staff Writer December 13, 2017
The carbon monoxide bill recommends that resident assistants and resident directors learn how to respond to carbon monoxide in the dorms.
Ithaca College senior, Hakeem Hopper-Collins, executive director of the Student Auxiliary Safety Patrol, knocks on a door as part of his patrol. SASP is a group of 25 students who provide assistance and support to the college’s Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.

Looking out for student safety: SASP celebrates 45 years at IC

By Ana Borruto, Staff Writer September 19, 2016
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.
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