December 2, 2020
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IC freshman self-publishes poetry book

By | Feb 12, 2020

Ithaca College freshman Greta Unetich self-published a book of her own poems.


Free Mauna Kea

By | Oct 9, 2019

For centuries, native and indigenous communities have been rendered invisible at the hands of white “explorers” and colonizers.


Q&A: Professor publishes book about eating disorders

By | Dec 12, 2018

Cris Haltom, a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Ithaca College, has published a book about eating disorders.


Can your heart skip a beat?

By | Sep 25, 2018

It got me thinking about heart anatomy and what it means to say that your heart skipped a beat.


Commentary: Renewable energy marches onward

By | Mar 21, 2018

But then Trump wouldn’t be Trump — that’s the unfortunate reality. In the meantime, however, the renewables march forges ahead.


Science cannot be partisan

By | Apr 26, 2017

Attempting to politicize science by saying one political ideology has a monopoly on it, however, goes too far.


Review: HBO original film lacks artistic purpose

By | Apr 26, 2017

It isn’t the job of art to answer questions, but to ask them — “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” does the bare minimum.


Easing up on our emotions

By | Apr 19, 2017

The extent to which one can navigate a mixture of emotions and rebound from stressful situations is a useful predictor of health outcomes.


Q&A: Nick Sagan pushes beyond his father’s legacy

By | Apr 12, 2017

Everyone looks to find their own path — but you’re also the product of where you come from.


Environmental journal Alluvian plants its roots on IC campus

By | Nov 9, 2016

Alluvian, which is published each season, is Ithaca College’s only online student-run environmental journal.


Q&A: Ithaca College biology students research gene mutations

By | Oct 5, 2016

C. elegans, a specific type of roundworm, have been the subject of careful study for sophomore Leah Larsen and junior Jacqueline Alexander.


Ithaca College students monitor return of black bears

By | Apr 14, 2016

Menges and Miller are animal trackers. They said tracking is more than just following animal footprints through the woods — it is about being aware of their surroundings, and the body language and signals from nearby animals, including other people.