February 28, 2021
Ithaca, NY | 29°F

Review: Indie album lacks lyrical substance

By | Feb 26, 2021

“Get a Good Look Pt. 1” is a cut-and-paste Sports EP with little experimentation. This EP is indistinguishable from the band’s previous works.


The abbreviated encyclopedia of Ithaca College student culture

The Ithacan’s Life & Culture section has compiled a list of stories, terms and traditions that students should know about the college’s culture as they settle into campus life.


Editorial: Is 10 seconds of fame worth years of damage?

By | Feb 25, 2021

It’s been obvious that over the last four months, the administration has not been open to discourse with the campus community.


Softball player spends gap year off the grid gaining experience

By | Feb 25, 2021

Sophomore softball player Miriam Maistelman left Kostrinsky Field behind this year to canoe, climb and hike through the wilderness out West.


Ithaca College approves plan for faculty cuts

By | Feb 25, 2021

The APPIC released its final recommendations for the APP in the “Shape of the College” document Feb. 18. The final recommendations recommend the elimination of 116 full-time equivalent faculty.


The Handwerker Gallery opens its doors once again

By | Feb 23, 2021

Art Preparator Brian Quan and senior Annie Shaw are working hard to prepare the Handwerker Gallery for its opening Feb. 24.


Open the Books Protest in the Snow

By The Ithacan | Feb 20, 2021

The Open the Books coalition held a “Protest in the Snow” on Feb.


Arbitrator rules against administration in contingent faculty case

By | Feb 19, 2021

The arbitrator found that Schneller’s actions did not warrant disciplinary warning. The college has been ordered to expunge the warning.


Review: Italian film paints story of love, loss and betrayal

By | Feb 19, 2021

“L’ultimo paradiso” is a melodramatic Italian film that lets intrigue take full control over the narrative with little semblance of realism.


Editorial: Administration casts aside college community’s voices

By | Feb 18, 2021

There is no denying that the college needs to make painful department and program cuts and layoffs, but the haste of the process is infuriating.


New platforms give athletes place to share their stories

By | Feb 18, 2021

Student-athletes have been given new platforms to speak their minds and opportunities to participate in activities they may not have before


Review: Dramatic film is filled with fits of rage

By | Feb 16, 2021

What role nepotism plays in the failure of “Malcolm & Marie,” Netflix’s latest awards-vying disaster, should be obvious.