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August 22, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Administrative departures create uncertainty for academic year

By | Aug 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.

City of Ithaca will hire gorge patrols for summer 2016

By | May 1, 2016

Incidents of drug use, alcohol consumption and injuries at locations along Six Mile Creek have prompted the City of Ithaca to implement a new plan to crack down on illegal swimmers. However, some Ithaca College students question the impact the plan will have.

Ithaca College student pursues English teaching degree at 57

By | Mar 30, 2016

Steve Whiting goes about his day like most Ithaca College students: He studies in IC Square, walks to class through Textor Hall and says hello to his peers. However, at 57 years old, with trimmed gray hair and a briefcase, Whiting could easily be mistaken for a professor.

Ithaca College still behind on renewable energy usage

By | Mar 22, 2016

Ithaca College is still behind on using renewable energy compared to other colleges and universities nationally, despite its recent adoption of solar energy to cover 10 percent of the college’s energy needs.

Baseball seeks strong spring season

By | Mar 2, 2016

The baseball team enters the 2016 season hoping to rely on its veteran talent to help them win back-to-back Empire 8 Championship titles.

Ithaca College ICC theme helps transfer students stay on track

By | Feb 17, 2016

With the addition of a new credit-accommodating theme, the college has designed its unique Integrative Core Curriculum program to help transfer students pick up where they left off.

Junior captain pins down path to successful wrestling career

By | Nov 30, 2015

Junior wrestling captain Jimmy Kaishian has become one of the top wrestlers at the college and leads his team through his hard-working example.

Local Black Lives Matter event draws new people into movement

By | Oct 28, 2015

“Black lives matter.”
“I can’t breathe.”
“No justice, no peace, no racist police.”
Around 300 people chanted these phrases during a Black Lives Matter solidarity march Oct. 24 that started from the Bernie Milton Pavilion on The Commons and went down Seneca and Tioga Streets to Beverly J. Martin Elementary School.

Ithaca College faculty and students join Seneca Lake protests

By | Sep 16, 2015

Activists protest the use of caverns for storage of natural gas and blockade the entrance to the Crestwood plant.

New Ithaca bistro brings education to the kitchen

By | Dec 10, 2014

Students are breaking into the culinary world in Ithaca’s new bistro, Coltivare.

TC3 adjunct professors seek support for unionization

By | Nov 12, 2014

The push by a segment of part-time instructors at Tompkins Cortland Community College to form a union is still without resolution.

Ebola outbreak prompts local health facilities to prepare for emergencies

By | Oct 29, 2014

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is causing the international community to react to the spread of the virus and local communities are following suit.