February 26, 2021
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Cornell lowers COVID-19 alert level after cases decrease

By | Feb 22, 2021

Cornell University lowered its COVID-19 alert level Feb. 22 from yellow to green, meaning cases are rare and transmission is controlled.


New COVID-19 vaccine and quarantine guidelines released

By | Feb 20, 2021

Ithaca College students with certain medical conditions are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, according to new New York state guidelines.


Appeal denied in murder case of former IC student

By | Feb 20, 2021

Nagee Green’s appeal was denied Jan. 14 in the 2016 murder case of a former Ithaca College student.


College relaxing COVID-19 related restrictions

By | Feb 19, 2021

Ithaca College is relaxing some COVID-19-related restrictions due to a low positivity rate on campus.


Students and professors adapt to hybrid instruction

By | Feb 18, 2021

Ithaca College students are adjusting to taking classes in person again for the first time in approximately 10 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Terrace 13 COVID-19 office closed due to winter storm

By | Feb 16, 2021

Update, Feb. 16 — Ithaca College will delay opening until 10 a.m.


Services suspended at Ithaca Urgent Care due to COVID-19

By | Feb 15, 2021

Cayuga Health Systems (CHS) is suspending services at the Ithaca Urgent Care starting Feb. 15.


‘Shape of the College’ draft met with criticism

Faculty, students and alumni share their reactions to the “Shape of the College” draft.


Students express concerns about long dining hall lines

By | Feb 10, 2021

Ithaca College dining hall lines have caused some concern among students trying to get their meals.


IC introduces mask, quarantine and testing policies

By | Feb 10, 2021

Ithaca college has released extensive quarantine and isolation plans, contact tracing and testing plans as part of the Return to Campus Plan.


College announces reports of COVID-19 guideline violations

By | Feb 8, 2021

At the end of a phased move-in process for Spring 2021, Ithaca College has received multiple reports of COVID-19 guideline violations.


Cornell raises COVID-19 alert level after cluster identified

By | Feb 5, 2021

Cornell University changed its COVID-19 alert level from green to yellow, which means there is a low to moderate risk of transmission.