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Editorial: Students call for empathy with mental health issues

By | Dec 2, 2021

Leniency shouldn’t have dissipated with the return to in-person classes. If anything, this is the time for extensions and sympathy.


Commentary: Fresh start for fall semester requires flexibility

By | Sep 2, 2021

We still have some COVID-19 regulations that we need to abide by, they are really quite minimal and make the campus experience feel less restrictive.


Editorial: Transgender athletes face added barriers to acceptance

By The Ithacan | Oct 24, 2019

We must remember that, at the center of these controversies, there are people who are going through a complicated, emotional time in their lives.


Q&A: Linda Petrosino discusses role as IC interim provost

By , | Aug 24, 2016

News Editor Sophia Tulp and Assistant News Editor Grace Elletson spoke with Linda Petrosino, who assumed the role as interim provost once before in 2014, to discuss her role, initiatives that will be continued this year and an idea of the leadership strategy for the college.


Prehistoric fish’s genome may show how fins turned to feet

By | Apr 19, 2013

Dinosaurs themselves may no longer roam the earth, but many of their relatives are still around today as birds, including birds and members of the Crocodilia family. Fish from the order Coelacanthiformes were thought to have gone extinct during the mass event that wiped out the dinosaurs until one was caught in the 1930s. Since…