February 28, 2021
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Q&A: OT Professor wins prestigious award

By | Nov 22, 2020

It’s really an honor. There are not all that many people per year across the country who are recognized, so it’s definitely an honor.


Cornell lowers COVID-19 alert level

By | Nov 20, 2020

As of Nov. 19, there have been 216 cases at Cornell since Aug. 19. This is the second time Cornell has raised and lowered its alert level.


Ithaca Music Forum to host lecture from ethnomusicologist

By | Nov 20, 2020

Stories in music paint a vivid musical picture for listeners. Ana Alonso-Minutti will give a lecture on the long, despondent history of La Llorona.


Q&A: Professor publishes article on current political climate

By | Nov 16, 2020

What surprised me was how many voters actually voted for Trump. This time around, I mean, he broke records.


Possible COVID-19 exposure at Texas Roadhouse

By | Nov 15, 2020

The Tompkins County Health Department announced a possible COVID-19 exposure at the Texas Roadhouse in Ithaca.


Q&A: Student qualifies for upcoming national pageant

By | Nov 12, 2020

Senior Jamela Wharton qualified for the upcoming National American Miss pageant. The pageant is set to be held in Orlando, Florida.


National Recap: Stacey Abrams makes significant gains for Democratic Party

By | Nov 10, 2020

Stacey Abrams, a one-time candidate for Georgia governor, has been credited with helping to garner more Democratic support in Georgia.


IC shares new move-in and residential life information

By | Nov 9, 2020

Ithaca College is anticipating allowing more students on campus for Spring 2021 than Fall 2020, given new New York state travel advisories.


Virtual classes fall flat for music students and faculty

By , | Nov 6, 2020

Online classes for Fall 2020 have posed difficulties in teaching and learning for faculty and students in the School of Music.


Review: Bruce Springsteen delivers disappointing album

By | Nov 5, 2020

Bruce Springsteen released his 20th album, “Letter To You,” composed of tracks both old and new.


NY trades travel advisory list for general travel guidelines

By | Nov 4, 2020

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Oct. 31 the state will no longer use the travel advisory list to determine who needs to quarantine before entering NY.


SUNY Cortland to continue remote learning for fall semester

By | Nov 3, 2020

In-person classes at SUNY Cortland will not resume this semester after the university stopped in-person classes Oct. 5 because of a rise in COVID-19 cases on campus.