Every year, The Ithacan produces a magazine called Year in Review that highlights stories and photographs that defined the academic year.
Students displaced by a flood in East Tower Monday are expected to start moving back into their rooms today. All 12th floor residents were forced to evacuate after a sprinkler was damaged.
After nearly a year of discussion and collaboration among many departments of the college, the IC20/20 Steering Committee wrote a final draft of the proposal and presented it to faculty, students and staff at Ithaca College this week.
Junior Jake Tenenbaum, a business administration major, applied for 37 internships this year. This summer, he will use his self-branding skills that landed him the job to market his employer.
It’s no New York City, but Ithaca certainly delivers when it comes to pizza. The Ithacan held blind taste-tests to find out which pizza students, faculty and alumni truly think is the best. Five cheese pizzas were ordered from places on The Commons, and 19 taste testers indulged in order to rate each pizza from…
One light bulb serves as the illumination for this display of athleticism. A homemade poster with quotes, “Suck it up” and “Squat till you puke,” provide the only inspiration. Pictures of Andrew Hollenbeck’s idols, Wade Hooper and Ed Coon, add reminders of what the future may bring.
After months of deliberations, the registrar is moving forward with a new process that will divide students into groups and stagger registration times based on credits earned.
As rain pours down on solar panel-covered roofs, EcoVillage at Ithaca, a small but growing sustainable development in west Ithaca, prepares to spread its roots a little farther this summer into the Ithaca community.
Purity Ice Cream has long won over those with a sweet tooth in upstate New York, but for owners Heather and Bruce Lane, celebrating the 75th anniversary of the ice cream hot spot is the cherry on top of a successful business venture.