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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 12, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Commentary: Stopping the opioid crisis starts with students

By | Mar 29, 2018

I implore the students of the college to educate themselves on the drug epidemic that is sweeping our community yet is sheltered from our eyes.

WATCH: Ithaca community rallies at March for Our Lives

By , | Mar 25, 2018

Ithaca’s March for Our Lives event was one of 846 marches to protest gun violence and promote legislative gun control on March 24.

Q&A: Government and community relations director discusses goals

By | Feb 13, 2018

Paula Younger discusses her goals for her new position as executive director for government and community relations after being appointed Dec. 20.

IC hires new executive director for community relations

By | Dec 22, 2017

IC hired a new executive director for government and community relations on Dec. 20, three months after announcing the creation of the position.

Dining Services holds food drive for children in Ithaca area

By | Oct 30, 2017

The BackPack Program will take the proceeds from the food drive and distribute food to children in need throughout Tompkins County within the next few months.

Softball team participates in the 23rd Annual CRC Walkathon

By | Oct 25, 2017

The softball team raised $6,516 for the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes. The four seniors on the team participated in the walk Oct. 21.

Editorial: Students must participate in local government

By The Ithacan | Oct 4, 2017

Participating in local elections is a way for students to exercise their democratic rights in the purest, most tangible way possible.

Tompkins County votes to raise tobacco purchasing age to 21

By | Apr 25, 2017

The Tobacco 21 bill would not make it illegal for those under the age of 21 to consume or possess tobacco, only to purchase it.

Violent crime increases past five years in Tompkins County

By | Apr 19, 2017

Early in the morning on April 9, two men got into an altercation, the likes of which sometimes occur on The Commons after a night of partying.

Editorial: College still susceptible to violence in Ithaca area

By The Ithacan | Apr 19, 2017

Despite what statistics show, many students are still lulled into a false sense of security at the college.

Musician Natalia Serna sheds light on immigration injustice

By | Mar 1, 2017

Natalia Serna also known by her stage name, “La Muna,” said she hopes her performances in Ithaca helped educate locals about the lives of immigrants.

Colleges strain Ithaca community resources

By | Feb 8, 2017

And while Ithaca College and Cornell University pose many benefits for the city, these can be accompanied by complicated problems for the community.