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Students march at Take Back the Night after two years online

By , | May 4, 2022

April 29 Ithaca College students marched to The Commons for the 43rd annual Take Back the Night event in Ithaca after two years of online observation.


Giving Day creates mixed reactions within IC community

By | Apr 27, 2022

Some were frustrated by promotional materials like spam emails, while others enjoyed the opportunity to support specific organizations they care about at the college.  


Students create housing for transgender and nonbinary peers

By | Apr 27, 2022

Transgender and nonbinary students are able to live in the new Open Pages Residential Learning Community (RLC) starting in Fall 2022.


Cyberattack causes IC internet connection to cut out

By | Apr 20, 2022

The internet’s inconsistent function forced entities across campus to shut down temporarily or change their operations.


As effects of climate change begin to show, Ithaca starts preparing

By | Apr 13, 2022

As climate change-related weather events intensifies, infrastructure, farming and human life and property in the state of New York and the City of Ithaca are being impacted.


IC professors use virtual reality technology in classes

By | Apr 13, 2022

Virtual reality technology at Ithaca College is allowing students of all learning styles to grasp course concepts in a 3D environment.


Discussion panel held to bring awareness to Russian invasion

By | Mar 7, 2022

Over 550 people showed their solidarity with the people of Ukraine and their investment in the war waged by Russia at a discussion panel held by IC


Environmental film festival celebrates 25th year

By | Mar 3, 2022

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, primarily sponsored by Ithaca College, will return for its 25th year in March.


Beloved local thrift store on The Commons announces closure

By | Feb 24, 2022

Trader K’s, a used-clothing store on The Commons has curated a sense of community for its customers and employees alike and will close this spring.


Opera direction program to start at the college in January

By | Nov 17, 2021

An opera direction professional certificate program will be held for the first time at Ithaca College from January to May 2022.


Guest speakers discuss ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict

By | Nov 3, 2021

Experts whose lives have been shaped by the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine spoke about the conflict at an event on Nov. 2.


College discusses Family Weekend and commencement at gathering

By | Oct 27, 2021

The college discussed COVID-19 booster shots, Family Weekend, commencement and class registration at the All Student and Family Virtual Gathering Oct. 26.