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Explosive materials found in hate crime suspect’s home

By | Oct 30, 2020

The Ithaca Police Department said a hate crime suspect is no longer in the community. Anti-Semitic and racist posters and vandalism were found on local businesses.


IC announces return to campus plans for Spring 2021

By | Oct 28, 2020

Ithaca College is preparing to allow students, faculty and staff back on campus for Spring 2021.


IC students will not get excused absences for Election Day

By | Oct 26, 2020

Ithaca College students will not be able to have an excused absence on Election Day if they are voting or working as poll workers.


Ithaca College Los Angeles program canceled for Spring 2021

By | Oct 21, 2020

Ithaca College students who were planning to take part in the ICLA program can take part in the program over the summer or next year.


Administration discusses Spring 2021 and faculty cuts

By | Oct 16, 2020

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado said that the college fully intends to return to an in-person semester for the spring.


First Tompkins County resident dies of COVID-19

By | Oct 12, 2020

The elderly individual was admitted to Cayuga Medical Center Oct. 6 and died Oct. 12 due to coronavirus complications.


SUNY Cortland shifts to remote instruction for two weeks

By | Oct 9, 2020

The State University of New York at Cortland is transitioning to remote instruction for two weeks because of a rise in COVID-19 cases on campus.


Fall 2020 enrollment drops as hundreds take leaves and defer

By | Oct 1, 2020

Hundreds of admitted and returning students have decided not to attend the college for Fall 2020. Enrollment at the college decreased by 14.55%.


Prospective SGC senators share goals for Fall 2020

By | Sep 27, 2020

Freshmen Liza Dhameeth and Aubren Villasenor are running uncontested for the two Class of 2024 senator seats.


Students ask IC to change its Title IX policies after new regulations

By | Sep 11, 2020

IC students are advocating for the college to make changes to Title IX policies following the changes made by the U.S. Department of Education.


Ithaca College holds virtual commencement ceremonies

Graduates from the Class of 2020 popped bottles of champagne and celebrated with their families and pets over Zoom at commencement ceremonies.


IC students create documentary about COVID-19 experiences

By | Jul 18, 2020

“What COVID-19 Taught Me” is a student documentary created by the Spring 2020 Nonfiction Production class that aired on WCNY, the Syracuse PBS branch.