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Student dance organizations boogie for books

By | Nov 7, 2022

Music blasted from Emerson Suites as students, faculty and family members walked in for the “Moving Together Ithaca” Charity Event on Nov. 4.


Volleyball comes out victorious over Clarkson for conference title

By | Nov 6, 2022

After defeating the Rochester Institute of Technology in the semifinal game, the Ithaca College volleyball team defeated Clarkson University 3–2 in an epic Liberty League championship match.


International students must be respected on campus

By | Nov 2, 2022

“I feel myself in a zoo while watching you guys speaking in Portuguese.”


Fall on Film

By | Nov 2, 2022

To commemorate 90 volumes of publication, The Ithacan photo staff decided to honor traditional photography practices and capture the autumn season on film.


College announces commencement plans for Class of 2023

By | Nov 2, 2022

Melanie Stein, provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs, announced plans for the 2023 undergraduate commencement and graduate hooding and commencement ceremonies.


Club encourages students to reach for the stars

By | Nov 2, 2022

The astronomy club’s goal this fall semester is to diversify its members by making astronomy more accessible for non-STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) majors.


Field hockey preparing for postseason push

By | Nov 1, 2022

The Ithaca College women’s field hockey program scored its way into a third consecutive Liberty League playoff berth following an impressive 14–5 regular season.


Men’s soccer team loses on Senior Day to end the season

By | Oct 30, 2022

The Ithaca College men’s soccer team fought hard, but fell to the Vassar College Brewers in a 2–1 loss on their its Senior Day game Oct. 29 at Carp Wood Field. 


Editorial: College community needs to address antisemitism

By | Oct 26, 2022

Five separate incidents of vandalism depicting swastikas have been reported on Ithaca College’s campus since January 2022.



IC Percussion Ensemble performs outdoor concert

By | Oct 26, 2022

Stretching from Campus Center to the Dillingham Fountains, the 20-person Ithaca College Percussion Ensemble performed “Inuksuit” on Oct. 22.


Women’s soccer first-year students making statement on the field

By | Oct 25, 2022

First-year students Ali Amari and Kaelyn Fernandez have made the most of their debut seasons for the Ithaca College women’s soccer team, stepping into big roles as the season began