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Ithaca community protests draft decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Despite legal precedent and public opinion, the United States Supreme Court intends to overturn Roe v. Wade. May 3 the Ithaca community gathered in protest. 


After saying her salary would freeze, President Collado’s compensation rose

Despite claiming multiple times that she froze her salary during the 2019–20 academic year, former Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado’s monthly base compensation increased by $1,039 to $41,17


Holocaust survivor shares her story with Ithaca College

By | May 4, 2022

On May 3, Hillel at Ithaca College invited Hannah Wechsler to tell her story to about 150 members of the campus community.


SGC and VP of finance discuss college’s financial system

By | Apr 27, 2022

At the Ithaca College Student Governance Council’s April 26 meeting, Tim Downs, vice president for Finance and Administration, spoke to the council about the college’s financial health.


Ithaca Police Department reports multiple shots fired on South Hill

By | Apr 24, 2022

At 1:09 a.m. April 24, the Ithaca Police Department (IPD) responded to a multiple shots fired incident on South Hill according to a press release by IPD Lieutenant Barry Banfield.


Cornell’s Starbucks workers strike after grease trap failure

By | Apr 20, 2022

After experiencing understaffing and sanitation issues, and getting little help from management, the workers at Cornell’s Starbucks went on strike.


Q&A: IC student wins best oral presentation at Whalen Symposium

By | Apr 20, 2022

The paper, which Sepulveda-Rosado wrote independent of her coursework, examines the wastefulness and corruption that is endemic in the fashion industry.


IC community discusses labor issues in Chinatown

By | Apr 13, 2022

As the ongoing labor movement brings long-unaddressed labor issues into the political limelight, activists have been raising awareness for workers in Chinatown, New York City.


Ithaca’s Starbucks workers become unionized across entire city

By | Apr 9, 2022

Ithaca has become the first city to have all of its Starbucks locations unionized, after three nearly unanimous votes that were counted April 8.


IC Faculty Council discusses structure of shared governance

By | Apr 6, 2022

In recent years, the concept of shared governance has been an important part of discussions about how the college’s administration conducts business with the faculty.


IC civil rights groups voice support for Ketanji Brown Jackson

By | Apr 5, 2022

With Ketanji Brown Jackson on the verge of being the latest justice to join the Supreme Court, members of the IC community are voicing their support.


IC Health Badge requirement to be discontinued

By | Apr 4, 2022

Starting Monday, April 11, Ithaca College students will no longer have to fill out daily COVID-19 health screenings and show their IC Health Badge.