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The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

The Student News Site of Ithaca College

THE ITHACAN

In a Nov. 8 statement, Tompkins Cortland Community College announced that it will be going completely remote from Nov. 9 to 15. There are currently 11 positive cases, all of which are students.

TC3 holds weeklong remote instruction due to COVID-19 cluster

By Alexis Manore, News Editor November 8, 2020
Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3) has transitioned to remote learning for a week after a COVID-19 cluster was discovered. 
Ithaca College will not be making any changes to its mask guidelines for the remainder of the spring semester.

TC3 announces new COVID-19 cases and potential exposures

By Alexis Manore, News Editor October 24, 2020
Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3) announced three new positive COVID-19 cases, as well as potential exposures. 
The college has administered 5,466 tests and had seven positive cases as of Sept. 22, according to the dashboard. There are two active cases in isolation, and five have recovered and were released from isolation by the Tompkins County Health Department.

IC creates dashboard to track COVID-19 testing and cases

By Alyshia Korba, Assistant News Editor September 24, 2020
Ithaca College launched a COVID-19 dashboard earlier this month, a tool that tracks testing and positive COVID-19 cases at the college.
Ithaca College will not be making any changes to its mask guidelines for the remainder of the spring semester.

Cornell lowers COVID-19 alert level after two days of no new cases

By Alexis Manore, News Editor September 16, 2020
Cornell University has lowered its COVID-19 alert level to green, which means that cases are rare and transmission of the virus is controlled.
Ithaca College will not be making any changes to its mask guidelines for the remainder of the spring semester.

New positive COVID-19 case at IC, TC3 extends remote learning

By Alexis Manore, News Editor September 7, 2020
A third member of the Ithaca College community tested positive for COVID-19 and TC3 has extended its remote learning period to Sept. 11.
Freshmen Nathan Guay and Allison Hillebrandt work together to build a snowman on the Dec. 2 snow day. Approximately 6–12 inches of snow were expected in Ithaca during this time as the storm blew through the area.

Winter disrupts students’ return to campus

By Emily Hung, Staff Writer December 4, 2019
A storm that swept across the United States caused major travel difficulties for students returning to Ithaca College after Thanksgiving break.
Ithaca College’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee held a forum with the town community April 9 at the Tompkins County Public Library to discuss facilitating partnerships with health organizations.

Steering committee looks to partner with health organizations

By Cody Taylor, Staff Writer April 10, 2019
The Strategic Planning Steering Committee held a meeting with the community April 9 at the Tompkins County Library about how Ithaca College could better connect with health partners in the community.
Cast members of Celebration! rehearse the first act, Birthday. The act depicts a woman, covered in fake blood, giving birth and a sadistic doctor beating and slapping babies.

A peek behind the curtain of Ithaca’s most bizarre play

By Kate Nalepinski, Senior Writer May 2, 2018
“So I decided to write a play where the goal was to make the audience uncomfortable."
Junior forward Miles Herman hands off the ball to senior guard Carroll Rich in the Bombers’ 86–84 win over SUNY Cortland on Nov. 28.

Transfer student joins Bombers and makes immediate impact

By Max O'Neill, Staff Writer December 14, 2017
After transferring colleges twice, junior forward Miles Herman has found a place on the Ithaca College men's basketball team.
From left, Johnny Bello ’16 and senior Justin Bober presented their business, 360 Properties LLC, at the second annual Startup Idea Demo Day hosted by Rev: Ithaca Startup Works. It provides property owners with a virtual three-dimensional tour of a property and was awarded $700.

Students win funds for business idea pitches at local competition

By Laura O'Brien, Staff Writer November 15, 2017
Rev: Ithaca is business incubator and workplace downtown that offers guidance and resources for local entrepreneurs and students interested in entrepreneurship.
From left Lee Ellen Marvin, executive director for Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service; Scott MacLeod, donor advisor for The Sophie Fund; Anna Kelles, Tompkins County legislator pose as MacLeod recieves a proclamation from the Tompkins County Legislature.

Local organization aims to help students on leaves of absence

By Bianca Mestiza, Staff Writer September 30, 2017
The proposal seeks to create an Ithaca community–based program to help college students who on are on mental health leaves of absence.
From left: Benjamin Rifkin, former provost and vice president for educational affairs at Ithaca College; President Tom Rochon; and Gerald Hector, former vice president for finance and administration, observe a student protest Dec. 11 at Free Speech Rock. All three administrators pictured have since announced they are stepping down from their respective positions at the college.

Administrative departures create uncertainty for academic year

By Sophia Tulp, News Editor August 25, 2016
Ithaca College's senior leadership has seen a significant number of administrative departures, leaving the college with uncertainty about what will be accomplished throughout the remainder of his tenure.
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