March 22, 2023
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Teammates build chemistry in off-campus housing

By | Mar 21, 2023

Alongside three of their former teammates, six members of the Ithaca College men’s lacrosse team have shared an off-campus duplex home since August 2022. 

Faculty Council reviews syllabus policies and search committees

By | Mar 8, 2023

Faculty Council convened March 7 and revisited the Title IX climate review and discussed syllabus policy changes and faculty search committees among other topics.

Short horror film spooks 1 million on Youtube

By | Mar 8, 2023

“Portrait of God,” a seven-minute short horror film with one character and a small production team, has received 1 million views on YouTube.

Editorial: Strict visa regulations are hindering peoples’ dreams

By | Mar 8, 2023

For many students, there are no visa expiration issues because they did not even get a chance to move abroad in the first place.

Ithaca College rowing teams bolstered by walk-on athletes

By | Mar 7, 2023

Ithaca College often goes above and beyond to recruit high-profile, elite athletes from all over the country. But for the men’s and women’s rowing teams, team building looks a little different.

Late free throws sink women’s basketball in NCAA tournament

By | Mar 5, 2023

In the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament, the Ithaca College women’s basketball team lost 44–42 in a nailbiter against the Marieta College Pioneers on March 4. 

Women’s basketball advances over La Roche in 58–42 win

By | Mar 4, 2023

In the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament on March 3, the Ithaca College women’s basketball team cruised past the La Roche University Redhawks in a 58–42 victory.

Former gymnasts find new home with swimming and diving team

By | Mar 1, 2023

The Ithaca College gymnastics team has been known to be extremely selective with its recruits. Unfortunately, the program does not have enough space to keep everyone on the roster.

Ithaca College students join the YikYak herd

By | Mar 1, 2023

No Names. No Faces. No Hate. YikYak’s ideology is slowly becoming the mantra for college students online, and the culture of the platform is hard to explain. 

Editorial: People need to talk not around but about periods

By | Mar 1, 2023

Menstruation is viewed as a taboo around the world that stigmatizes people who menstruate and harms their mental and physical health.

County works on ordinance to regulate ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By | Mar 1, 2023

Activists and leaders in the City of Ithaca are drafting legislation that, if passed, would regulate and provide oversight on anti-abortion centers.