Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

March 18, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Poor People’s Campaign promotes activism at Ithaca College

By | Mar 15, 2018

The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is a national organization built to fight systemic racism, poverty, ecological destruction and an economy built to fund war.

Editorial: The Protestant Community must find common ground

By The Ithacan | Mar 7, 2018

Religion often serves as something people can turn to when they need support, and the Protestant Community has failed to create that atmosphere among all of its members.

Student-made film receives prime deal from Amazon

By | Mar 7, 2018

Amazon offered junior Casey Schoch a five-year contract for her short film that she made in Advanced Cinema Production: Fiction, titled ‘Dead Weight.”

Ithaca college students take talents to PyeongChang

By | Mar 7, 2018

Students from Ithaca College interned for NBC and the Winter Olympics for the first part of the spring semester.

WATCH: Lone senior takes charge of men’s tennis team

By | Feb 28, 2018

Senior Lorenzo Viguie-Ramos has become a leader for the Ithaca College men’s tennis team as its captain and only senior.

Students get second shot at singing with new a cappella group

By | Feb 28, 2018

“Everyone who’s in it pretty much tried out for another a cappella group or didn’t get a chance to try out for one,” Damien McMillan said.

Women in Computing team wins award for community service app

By | Feb 28, 2018

The all-women computer science events allow the members to work in a supportive environment with many other women in the technology field.

Main Stage combines music with magic in fairy tale opera

By | Feb 21, 2018

Guest Stage Director Eric Pearson said the “Cendrillon” opera has undertones that shatter the stigma of the definition of “nuclear family.”

Editorial: Students need to stop burdening female faculty

By The Ithacan | Feb 21, 2018

After a while, burdens like these can lead to exhaustion and burnout. This unequal treatment, whether conscious or not, is unacceptable.

WATCH: Senior makes strides with less intense training

By | Feb 21, 2018

Senior distance runner Denise Ibarra changed the way she trains over the summer and has seen a noticeable improvement in her final season.

Legal Studies moving to School of Humanities and Sciences in Fall 2018

By | Feb 21, 2018

The college’s legal studies major will be moving from its current designation in the School of Business to the School of Humanities and Sciences in Fall 2018.

Artist discusses project to promote work by Mexican artisans

By | Feb 18, 2018

The project catalogs works of Mexican artisans and organizes them into collections, each collection inspired by a specific color palette.