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June 24, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Journey to Nationals: How an underdog club team made it to Daytona

By | May 2, 2018

The Ithaca College club cheerleading team trained the entire year to compete at the National Cheerleaders Association cheerleading championships.

Snapshot: Karaoke — The Musical

By | Mar 28, 2018

* Editor’s Note: The Ithacan‘s journalistic coverage of the campus often focuses on formal announcements and events.

WATCH: Ithaca College community has mixed reaction to Collado news

By , | Jan 24, 2018

An open letter in support of Collado with 275 signatures from faculty and staff was published online by The Ithacan Jan. 23.

Former IC professor sues the college for $1 million over termination

Michael Stuprich, a former professor in the Department of English, is suing the college, claiming that he was wrongfully terminated.

Ride-hailing services slightly less expensive than taxis in Ithaca

By | Sep 19, 2017

As students from Ithaca College and Cornell University return to campus, popular ride-hailing apps Uber and Lyft are a new addition to Ithaca.

Ithaca College under Title IX investigation by Office for Civil Rights

By | Jul 7, 2017

An Ithaca College student accused of sexual assault filed a complaint alleging that the college discriminated against them on the basis of sex and race.

‘We’re fighters’: Native American student driven by his roots

By | May 3, 2017

Ithaca College senior Victor Anthony López-Carmen has always fought for the rights and freedom of Native American people.

Q&A: Teaching fellow wins award for genetics research

By | May 1, 2017

Opinion Editor Celisa Calacal spoke to Rodriguez about her research, the findings of her paper and the importance of studying evolution.

Q&A: Ithaca College student wins two research awards

By | Apr 19, 2017

Junior Dallas Fonseca was awarded the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and was accepted to the Amgen Scholars Program for his biology research.

National Recap: Tensions escalate with North Korea

By | Apr 19, 2017

President Donald Trump sent a fleet of navy ships toward the Korean Peninsula April 8 in response to North Korea’s escalating of its missile tests.

Office Hours: History professor discusses labor movement

By | Apr 17, 2017

Ithaca College history professor Jonathan Ablard discusses a labor strike led by barbers in 1906 in Buenos Aires.

Tangled: How women of color are brushing away hair stigmas

By , | Apr 5, 2017

“Natural hair is intimidating to them — it signifies pride,” she said. “It puts them off because it shows how we have found beauty within ourselves.”