June 5, 2023
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Coursicle founder opens up about mental health

By | Feb 15, 2023

Joe Puccio, co-founder of Coursicle, experienced a mental breakdown but used it as an opportunity to destigmatize mental health.

Editorial: Artificial field will bring dreadful consequences

By | Feb 8, 2023

Ithaca “Green” College is planning to use a donation of $3 million to build an artificial turf football field

Planned turf field at IC to contain toxic chemicals

By , | Feb 8, 2023

According to oceanographers, ecologists and environmental policy experts, the life cycle of an artificial turf field has detrimental effects on human health and the environment.

Trans and nonbinary students find inclusive housing on campus

By | Feb 8, 2023

At Ithaca College, there are many resources for transgender and queer students to receive housing that is accommodating to their needs, but some students and staff at the college agree that there are still improvements to be made.

Historical theaters join forces to seek state support

By | Feb 8, 2023

To offset the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on live events, 13 performing arts centers in Upstate New York joined forces to create the Alive Downtowns! coalition.

Pentathlete lands atop D-III with program record score

By | Feb 7, 2023

At the Bomber Invitational on Feb. 4 and 5, graduate student Logan Bruce highlighted the second day of competition after setting a new school record in the pentathlon. 

Editorial: Cruelty free law is not as beneficial as some think

By | Feb 1, 2023

While signing the New York Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, Governor Kathy Hochul should have added another word — somewhat free.