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The Ithaca College Republicans posted a now-deleted tweet, saying, “Whatever goes around comes back around,” at 3:35 p.m. Jan. 6, in reference to the rioters orchestrating a violent insurrection against the federal government and storming the U.S. Capitol Building, forcing it to go into lockdown.

SGC condemns IC Republicans for post supporting D.C. riot

By Alexis Manore, News Editor January 7, 2021
Ithaca College Republicans are receiving backlash after the organization’s Twitter account voiced its support for pro-President Donald Trump rioters.
Senior Bronzert Pedulla Smith was arrested Jan. 20 after allegedly riding an electric scooter past a restricted White House checkpoint.

Student arrested after entering White House checkpoint

By Alexis Manore, Assistant News Editor January 22, 2020
An Ithaca College student was arrested Jan. 20 after he allegedly rode an electric scooter past a restricted White House checkpoint.
Senior Sarah Horbacewicz poses in front of Cornell University’s Wolpe Center, a residential building located in Washington, D.C. She interned in Washington, D.C. in Fall 2019.

Ithaca College discontinues Cornell DC program partnership

By Maia Noah, Staff Writer September 11, 2019
Ithaca College discontinued its partnership with Cornell University’s Cornell in Washington domestic program due to the high cost of the program. 
Ben Strauss 08 and former Ithacan sports writer and columnist speaks to Ithaca College students about his recently published book April 6.

Alumnus Ben Strauss ’08 discusses problems with the NCAA

By Kristen Gowdy, Senior Writer April 12, 2016
Alumnis Ben Strauss visited Ithaca College Campus April 6 to discuss his book, Indentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion Against the NCAA.

Editorial: College should send students to historic events

October 7, 2015
It is clear that connecting students with important historic events is beneficial to their college experience.
​Ithaca College students sit by their completed railing system for a nature trail at Historic Ruby, Tennessee, at the 2014 Alternative Spring Break trip.

Volunteer opportunities for Spring Break 2015 announced

By Evan Popp, Staff Writer October 29, 2014
While many students enjoy spring break at home, others use their time off to volunteer for a variety of causes through Ithaca College.
Alumni in the New York City area celebrate the 2012 Cortaca Jug with the NYCortaca event at Brooklyn Bowl, a bar and center venue in Brooklyn, N.Y. More than 700 people attended.

The coast-to-coast Cortaca connection

By Haley Costello, Staff Writer November 14, 2013
The Cortaca festivities aren't just limited to the South Hill

Commentary: Red Cross broadens students’ international perspectives

By Jonathon Cummings October 10, 2013

When we think of the Red Cross, often the first thoughts that come to mind are disaster relief and blood donations. Part of its mission is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies....

From left, freshmen Natalie Dionne and Lauren Gervais hold signs in protest of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Dionne and Gerveis traveled with a group of about 50 Ithaca College students to Washington, D.C., to join what some are calling the largest climate change protest in American history.

Students rally for environmental justice at nation’s capital

By Sabrina Knight, Assistant News Editor February 21, 2013
IC students joined about 35,000 people in Washington, D.C. Sunday to participate in what is known as the largest environmental protest in American history.

A week in photos — Feb. 21, 2013

By Ithacan Staff February 21, 2013
Click to enlarge and view captions.

Video: Forward on Climate rally

By Michelle Boulé February 21, 2013
About 50 Ithaca College students traveled to Washington D.C. to take part in what is being called the largest environmental rally in history.
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