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Angélica Carrington, director for the Center for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Social Change  (IDEAS), said by providing culturally validating spaces, the center works to empower marginalized students.

SGC talks student advocacy and hosts two guests speakers

By Lorien Tyne, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2022
Two guest speakers joined SGC at its March 28 meeting and imparted information about student advocacy, mental health and housing.

On the Quad: Pests in Dorms

September 23, 2021

The Ithacan asked students if they have experienced pests in dorms Sept. 21 on the quad. 

The college’s residency policy states that off-campus availability can vary for juniors because over-occupied residence halls can negatively affect the community. Seniors will still be allowed to live off campus for the 2021–22 academic year. 

Students respond to housing changes for 2021–22

By Jay Bradley, Contributing Writer April 15, 2021
Lower enrollment projections at Ithaca College have resulted in the elimination of the off-campus application process for juniors for the 2021–22 academic year.
New York state officials agreed to the Ithaca Tenants Union (ITU) and the Tompkins County Workers’ Center (TCWC) request to halt evictions during the COVID-19 outbreak. The photo shows housing on South Hill.

Zoning laws prevent building of student housing on South Hill

By Laura O'Brien, Staff Writer December 6, 2017
The overlay zoning district prohibits properties in South Hill neighborhoods from constructing buildings that are usually rented out by students.
Editorial: Students need guidance with off-campus housing

Editorial: Students need guidance with off-campus housing

By The Ithacan October 5, 2016
Given the housing crisis in Ithaca, the college should become more proactive in assisting students in finding appropriate housing.
A study conducted for the city of Ithaca has presented city officials with a plan to help alleviate the housing crisis afflicting Ithaca residents — by building more purpose-built student housing.

Study presents improvements for student housing in Ithaca

By Madeline Veneziano, Contributing writer October 5, 2016
Over 14,000 students live off campus, constituting about a third of the population of the City of Ithaca during the academic year.

College changes off-campus application deadlines

By Nicole Ogrysko, Senior Writer October 4, 2012
The Office of Residential Life will now approve students for off-campus housing during the fall semester.

Video: Snap Judgment – How to improve housing

By Tiffany Ruff September 26, 2012
Student Government Association elections are coming up. We asked students what issues SGA should focus on to improve housing.
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