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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 23, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Q&A: IC junior launches magazine to bridge political divides

By | Feb 1, 2017

Staff Writer Daniel Hart spoke with Justin Henry about his new magazine, political divides in the community and his experiences as a journalist.

‘Over It!’ brings together IC alumnae for political podcast

By | Jan 31, 2017

Two Ithaca alumnae took their passion for journalism and social justice to create the politically charged “Over It!” podcast.

Dana Spiotta to speak about relationships and technology

By | Nov 16, 2016

To conclude this semester’s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series, the Department of Writing will welcome fiction writer Dana Spiotta.

Environmental journal Alluvian plants its roots on IC campus

By | Nov 9, 2016

Alluvian, which is published each season, is Ithaca College’s only online student-run environmental journal.

Small businesses flee as big construction returns to The Commons

By | Oct 26, 2016

“It’s not just a business,” Pichel said. “It’s also been a social experiment both for those of us behind the counter and those on the other side of the counter.”

Business school trading room renovated to embody Wall Street

By | Oct 17, 2016

The Center for Trading and Analysis of Financial Instruments has been renovated this year to more closely resemble a Wall Street trading room.

IC volunteers: Sophomore fuses volunteer work into daily life

By | Oct 3, 2016

“She understands not only the value of service to community members,” he said, “but Anna also understands how service is integral to a student’s learning process.”

Ithaca College community weighs in on trigger-warning debate

By | Sep 14, 2016

“I had no way of knowing who in my class maybe had survived rape, had been subjected to some kind of sexual assault, who maybe had been subjected to something they had forgotten about,” Plante said.

Severe drought persists in Ithaca as students return to campus

By | Aug 31, 2016

With over 25,000 students returning to the Ithaca area, Ithaca College is in the process of assessing long- and short-term water conservation efforts in the midst of the worst drought in Tompkins County since 1999. Despite recent rain, the drought is still in effect.

One year later, some concerns remain about CAPS

By | Apr 29, 2016

In Spring 2015, many students needing services at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services had to wait two to three weeks to see a counselor. A year later, the wait time has diminished, yet students still have concerns in other areas.

Hours for student employees could decrease as wages increase

By | Apr 26, 2016

Gerald Hector, vice president for finance and administration, said the college does not yet have a comprehensive plan for how the future minimum wage will be factored into the budget.

Ithaca College peer mentors assist in the Office of State Grants

By | Apr 25, 2016

After benefiting greatly from financial aid, many Ithaca College students have been prompted to assist their peers in similar circumstances succeed academically as peer mentors in the Office of State Grants.