April 22, 2021
Ithaca, NY | 26°F

Commentary: Warm weather doesn’t negate pandemic safety

By | Apr 13, 2021

It’s easy to forget that we’re in a pandemic when the weather’s nice and you get to play lawn games, but I urge you to still follow precautions.


Commentary: Brain injury awareness needs to be illuminated

By | Mar 4, 2021

It is crucial to remember that those who have sustained brain injuries are valuable members of our communities too and deserve utmost respect. 


Editorial: Campus community must be more COVID cautious

By | Feb 12, 2021

It’s unfair to those respecting COVID-19 guidelines to be at risk because of others who are letting the thrill of being on campus go to their heads.


Commentary: Community Solidarity is a Necessity — A SHEL Perspective

By | Feb 9, 2021

As a community, I feel we need to do better. Coming home from a long day at work and seeing images of 50-plus kids at a party is a slap in the face.


New drone policy addresses privacy and safety concerns

By | Feb 5, 2020

Ithaca College will have a new policy that requires everyone who flies a drone on campus to have a license and an approved flight plan. 


Rowdy student behavior cause new safety initiatives for TCAT

By | Mar 21, 2017

This rowdiness, which had been occurring the past few months, led the college and the TCAT company to crack down through three new initiatives.


Football player continues to excel despite position switches

By | Oct 21, 2016

Junior Jordan Schemm has transitioned from wide receiver to safety to the cornerback position on the Ithaca College football team.


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

By | Sep 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.


Preventative measures recommended to students after break-ins

By | Feb 20, 2016

Another Circles resident, who asked to remain anonymous, was in her apartment when a man trespassed into her residence through the second-floor balcony over winter break.


Ithaca College students max out TCAT buses on weekend nights

By | Feb 11, 2016

The bus pulls forward, and then the driver hits the brakes. The mass of students lurches forward. One man loses his balance and stumbles toward the driver. A woman repeatedly says “I’m not drunk! I’m just tired,” and then promptly tries to fall asleep standing up…


Risky Business

By | Nov 16, 2014

My heart was pounding as I brushed the excess sand off the jar, and it wasn’t because I was risking trespass charges. It was because I knew there was a chance I was risking my life. Once I screwed the lid on, I frantically brushed my gloves off on my pant leg, and then did the best I could to shake the stuff off my pants. A little voice in my head told me that trying to decontaminate myself was futile, that if I had been smart I would have come here equipped with a mask. It could already be in my lungs.


Ithaca Civic Ensemble to bring controversial play to Ithaca College campus

By | Sep 24, 2014

“Safety,” an original play by the Ithaca Civic Ensemble about community-police relations, will be performed at Ithaca College at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 26 in Textor 101.